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Good Time Management features highly in the strength of a team to ensure tasks are completed effectively. It can be the key to success and many managers will be conscious that 'Time is Money!' We often hear that 'there is not enough' time, however in reality we are not utilising the time available in the best way and could benefit from a more planned and controlled approach. Managing time means getting more control over how we spend it and there are simple techniques that can be applied.

Essentially Time Management is about conditioning our environment rather than the reverse and to prevent time pressures to build up from the interruptions, questions or demands of others.

This course is designed to help you develop skills in;

  • Recognising time styles, prioritising and scheduling tasks
  • Recognising and handling time-wasters and procrastinators
  • Delegation and setting objectives
  • Case studies, moving forward with time management

The objective for this course is to enable you to plan time effectively in order to increase productivity. You will learn techniques to help you prioritise and schedule tasks, handle time-wasters and deal with procrastination.

  • Recognise time styles
  • Prioritise and schedule tasks
  • Handle time-wasters
  • Recognise and deal with procrastination
  • Understand how to delegate
    • Set objectives

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements of this course.


This course is designed for individuals who need to schedule their time or that of others in an effective and productive way.


A certificate of attendance is awarded.


This is a non-accredited short course. Delegates will be able to self-assess their own achievement through their ability to carry out the skills they learn during the course.

Home Study

This is a one-day course and no home study will be required. Delegates are however encouraged to continue practicing the skills they learn and put them into practice.

Work Placement

Work placement is not included on this programme.


Additional Management courses offered: - People Management - New to Management - Managing Difficult People and Challenging Situations - Building High Performance Teams Through Coaching - Delivering Motivational Appraisals - Developing Leadership and Management Skills for the 21st Century - Building Better Relationships Through Assertiveness - Managing Conflict Through Building Emotional Intelligence - Time Management - Communicating for Influence using NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) - Presentation Skills - Delivering Excellence in Customer Service

Fees and Additional Costs

There are no additional costs associated with this course.

Additional Information

This course will provide knowledge base and activities, plus action planning for using new skills.

BDT19208 192002 12/05/2020 12/05/2020 09:30 - 17:00 £250.00
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