People Powered Learning: Free engagement masterclasses for managers and leaders in FE and Skills
Osca is offering a limited number of free places for managers and leaders in the Further Education and Skills sector on an upcoming Engagement Masterclass training delivered by an award winning provider.
This training is funded by The Education and Training Foundation, who have been listening to the professional development needs of the managers and leaders in the Further Education and Skills sector. As a result, we are delighted to announce that we have been invited to deliver some new and different management training before the end of this academic year.
Partnership working requires effective Engagement skills and this training will provide a fresh set of skills and approaches for the leaders and managers in the F.E. and Skills sector to support them in embracing the policy reforms and required new ways of working.
Two dates are available. You and/or colleagues are very welcome to attend one or both.
Day One – Engagement and Skills building – 30th June, 9.30am – 4.30pm, central London venue
Covering a range of advanced skills for effective influencing and negotiation, coaching and challenging, to maximise the potential of others and build positive cultures.
Day Two – Engagement and Systems creation – 1st July, 9.30am – 4.30pm, central London venue
Covering key tools and processes to effectively engage diverse audiences, including learner communities, community groups, the voluntary sector, businesses and employers, politicians and members, resulting in effective partnerships with mutual benefit and outcomes
Plus, post-event and ongoing support including access to more tools and virtual support from peers and experts in the implementation of these skills.
Interested? Follow the link to book via Eventbrite at: http://bit.ly/1o359DG to find out more and book your place.
Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you think might be interested and if you do have any questions, please contact: [email protected]. We appreciate, and apologise for, the short-notice. If you are unable to attend the dates but think that either yourself or a colleague would be interested in attending a future masterclass course, please email: [email protected] to let us know.
Many thanks and we look forward to working with you