About Online Training - Business Skills

You would think that one-on-one business training would cost a fortune and be time-consuming to organise. Well, it isn’t! Our one-on-one tutor led interactive online training goes at precisely the pace required by each individual. It provides an opportunity to go over the learning content as often as required so every employee gets the optimum learning experience that’ll be retained and applied to keep your business safe and compliant.

At a fraction of the cost and fraction of management time than you’d expect, this business skills training course has the added bonus of a minimal loss of productivity because it’s really efficient and flexible.

Please note that listed course prices do not include VAT.

only £65

Social Media for Business

The Internet has changed our lives, both personally and commercially. The boundaries between personal and business communication are now much less define. Three-quarters of us in the develop world use the internet, and social media has become a serious business marketing technique. Over 90% of businesses with an in-house marketing department use social media for marketing and commit up to 20% of their marketing time to that direction. As far as your social media audience is concerned, 43% of people aged 20–29 spend more than 10 hours a week on social media sites.

This course is designed to assist people in business to understand how social media techniques can be used as an effective business marketing tool. The object is to provide sufficient information to enable you to develop a social media strategy for a business. Also, implement that strategy personally or through the informed engagement of third-party specialists.

Social Media for Business - £65

only £35

Twitter for Business

Twitter is a social media platform that is used by a wide range of people, from celebrities. Who use it to communicate with their fans, to companies and brands who can use it to engage their customers and attract new ones. It is also used by people for its social aspect – to chat and share information with friends. In fact, there is no restriction to who or what can have a Twitter account, and often a larger company. Such as Starbucks will also have individual accounts for each product, such as Frappuccino’s, and even individual store locations.

Using Twitter successfully requires a significant commitment of time – being active is key to your success. It’s all about the image you create, and the best‐viewed companies are the responsive ones.

Twitter for Business - £35

only £35

LinkedIn for Business

LinkedIn is a very well-established and respected social network with over 259 million users in more than 200 countries. It’s known as “Facebook in a Suit,” or the most professional level of social networking for businesses.

Linkedin is a very valuable tool to find the key decision-makers within certain companies. It’s used for finding the best point of contact and gaining familiarity with their background before a call or sales pitch. Making such contact much more effective.

It’s a social networking site for professionals. Normally, a person would create a LinkedIn profile. That would include career details and would update their information periodically as to their current appointment. It would often include a personal statement, a personal website address, and possibly testimonials from employers and members of staff. If the person has particular interests both professionally and personally. They may subscribe to one or more interest groups to receive updates and discussion opportunities.

LinkedIn for Business - £35

only £35

Facebook for Business

Facebook is the world’s largest social network. With over a billion users, it’s very likely that a proportion of your target customer audience will have a Facebook account. In the ‘Social Media for Business’ course, you’ll have been encouraged to research and investigate the preferred social media platforms used by your target audience. So you should have a good idea at this point if Facebook is one of the right platforms for you.

Using Facebook in your business is about providing an effective means for your customers to interact with you and connect their friends to your business. A recommendation is the most powerful way a potential customer can be connected to a business, particularly when it’s being recommended by a friend. So if you know that a trusted friend likes a particular brand, you’re much more likely to engage with that brand.

Facebook is essentially a platform designed to facilitate social interaction between people with whom you’ve already established some mutual recognition.

Facebook for Business - £35

only £35

Time Management

Good time management will improve and enhance the time spent in the workplace and can even go a long way to improving the quality of the work you produce. For most people, however, this is easier said than done. We’ve all experienced that feeling of having more work to do than we can possibly complete in the time we have. This can lead to increased stress… dissatisfaction… and demoralization…

This course can help, by introducing you to some of the theories and techniques of time management that can really make a difference.

Time Management - £35

only £35

Stress Management

The Health and Safety Executive states that “work-related stress develops because a person is unable to cope with the demands being placed on them”. This can come from any aspect of their life. But it often comes from demands placed on them at work.

So why is stress a problem in the workplace? Well, the latest estimates show the total number of cases of work-related stress, depression, or anxiety accounts for 39% of all work-related illnesses. Some occupations may be more susceptible to stress, but it can affect anyone and can impact health. The ability to function effectively at work, at home, and in relationships. This course will cover an introduction to stress and why it’s a problem. Some of the causes of stress, and some ways to minimize the risk of stress.

Stress Management - £35

only £35

Equality, Diversity, and Discrimination

We’ve all heard and used the words ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’ before, but what do they actually mean and how do they affect you as an employer or employee? Well, if you take the words on their own, they are actually quite different. Equality is the state of being equal, especially in rights and opportunities. Diversity is the state of being different or varied.

However, these 2 things should not be seen as opposite to each other. After all, people can be different but they still have the same rights. When it comes to places of work, there is legislation in place to ensure that we all meet our responsibilities in relation to equality and diversity… And one way to make sure we meet these responsibilities is through training.

Equality, Diversity and Discrimination - £35

only £35

Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

‘Unmanaged conflict is the largest reducible cost in organizations today, and the least recognized.” Our society, and therefore our workplaces, is full of individuals with very different backgrounds, beliefs, values, and attitudes. With such diversity, conflict, at some point, is inevitable.

Conflict in the workplace is not only inevitable, it can actually be valuable. That is if it is handled correctly and focused on the right areas. This course will consider what conflict is as well as its impact and role in the workplace. We will consider some of the triggers for workplace conflict. How it develops before looking at a number of different ways of managing it.

Conflict Resolution in the Workplace - £35

only £35

Data Protection in the Workplace

If you or your organisation handles personal information about individuals you have legal obligations to protect that information. The benefits of good data safety are numerous and include, good business practice, the protection of people’s rights and the protection of your organisations reputation.

In recent years some companies and individuals have experienced serious legal consequences for data protection breaches and this highlights why it is so important to get it right.

Data Protection in the Workplace - £35

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