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Course Introduction: Team Development
Come along to a free introduction meeting at the Pitman Training Centre in Ipswich, Suffolk. The meeting will give you the chance to find out all you need to know about the Team Development course and how to enrol.
What is the course about?
Successful teams are often the cornerstones of successful organisations. If you’re looking for promotion, additional responsibility or to broaden your opportunities, then team development will be of great importance.
This course focuses on how to create and develop a successful team – from getting the most out of existing team members to recruiting new ones. During this course you will explore what makes a successful team, team development, and ways of communicating with a team.
The course is highly practical in nature – it is packed with hints and tips to solve real-life work problems including quizzes to help reinforce your learning as you go.
Who is the course for?
This course is for: -
- Anyone who needs to know what makes a winning team
- Experienced individuals being given, or looking for, more responsibility
As the course is delivered online, you will need broadband internet access. You will need Microsoft Word 97 or above (or a word-processing program fully compatible with Word) on your computer.
What will you gain from the course?
This course is CPD accredited by The CPD Standards Office. 21 CPD points can be gained upon successful completion of this course.
Once you’ve successfully completed the course, you’ll also get a Pitman Training Certificate to confirm your newly learnt skills.
Where and when will you study?
The course can be studied at our Ipswich Centre or alternatively, if you prefer you can do your training online, using our distance learning system. Either way, you’ll have the full support of our Course Advisors for the duration of your studies.
How long does the course take to complete?
How much does the course cost?
To find out more about course costs and information, please contact Pitman Training Ipswich on 01473 852 575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org