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Management & HR Training

Project Management Training CourseOpen I.T’s 3 Step comprehensive Management training is second to none. Whether you have been recently promoted to a management position or are looking to enhance your leadership skills, we have the correct courses for you that will grant you powerful leadership and management skills for life.


Our Management training reflects the evolving needs of individuals, managers, leaders and organisations within this challenging and changing environment. Whether it’s a workshop to embed a new skill or a cross cultural leadership programme, we have the experience and know-how to ensure that time invested brings about an improvement in the workplace.

  • Management Development Training Package
  • £500.00
  • Management (Videos)
  •  5 Hours
  • £249.99

Your contribution and success as a manager is vastly important to your organisation. In small to medium size companies, it's survival could rest on the choices that you make. Being a manager means you are going to have to lead as well as to manage. You need to hire, develop, motivate and retain the right talent. If you're an experienced manager on the move or a new manager, you need answers and solutions, and you need them now. That's what our management programs are all about. This course is for Front Line Managers, Mid Level Managers and even Exec level Directors.


This series is presented using streaming video.


Interactive questions appear periodically during this video to engage the learner and reinforce key concepts. An index lists the key sections of the video, with the ability to select sections to play. Slides accompany the videos and reinforce the learning topics. These slides can be downloaded for reference after the course is completed. A full-text transcript of the video can be viewed. Text in the transcript is selectable to choose a point to play the video.


• Attracting Key Talent (Interview)
• Bringing The Workplace to Life (Interview)
• Delegation Strategies
• Fire Up and Motivate Your Employees
• Handling Performance Problems
• Interviewing for Organizational Fit
• Interviewing for Success
• Knowledge Management (Interview)
• Making 360 Degree Feedback Work
• Managing Performance
• Managing Telecommuters
• Motivate to Retain (Interview)
• Recruiting Top Talent
• Retaining Top Talent
• Retention for the Long Haul (Interview)
• Succession Planning
• The Costs of Attrition (Interview)
• The Diversity Manager
• Working Wounded: Becoming a New Manager
• Working Wounded: Counselling an Employee
• Working Wounded: The More You Give, The More You'll Get

  • Management Skills Introduction
  •  7 Hours
  • £249.99

While this course is geared toward new managers, it's appropriate for anyone who wants to learn more about management skills. The Management Skills Introduction Training course teaches learners core management skills. Learners will be able to apply their knowledge to the successful management of projects, people, and time.


• Planning
• Communication
• Getting Input
• Dealing with Challenging People and Times
• Building Success

  • Management Fundamentals
  •  13 Hours
  • £299.99

This training course is for anyone currently working in management or for anyone who wants to develop the skill set needed to be an effective manager. The Management Fundamentals series provides learners with basic theories, skills, and tools they can use to improve their performance as managers.


• Management in Perspective

  Describe the attributes Socrates believes are important to management
  Define the position of management
  Identify the contributions of different management theorists
  Identify the informational, interpersonal, decisional roles a manager should
  assume to be successful
  Identify areas to improve your skill set
  Describe skills common to managers

• Functions of Front-Line Management

  Productivity through people
  Foundations of human relations
  Creating a productive climate
  Quality control and improvement
  Building effective teams
  Communicating privately
  The formal appraisal
  Delegating authority
  Planning and prioritizing
  Making sound decisions

• Managerial Finance and Accounting

  List rules and regulations related to financial reporting
  Identify types, reductions, and costs of sales
  Classify assets and liabilities
  Create depreciation schedules
  Outline how equity is affected by different types of ownership (sole

  proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations)
  Calculate and monitor budgets

  Financial reporting
  Reduction of sales
  Costs of sales
  Expense classifications
  Equipment acquisition
  Balance sheets
  Equity and ownership
  Corporate equity
  Budgeting and planning
  Budget reporting

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