||5 Days, 9:00am to 5:00pm.
|Number of Places
||475 per Skillnet Member
||Unit 1 Supervisory Management
Unit 2 Operational Planning
Unit 3 Team Leadership
Unit 4 Organisational Skill
||L32199: Supervisory Management
|Enrolment and Start Dates Comment
||13th, 20th, 27th, June 4th & 18th July 2013
||This Supervisory Management Skills programme is ideal for those who are working as supervisors and line managers who wish to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudes to motivate, lead and support teams in the future.
||National Vocation Certificate Level 1, Leaving Certificate or equivalent qualifications and / or relevant life and work experiences. Generic literacy and interpersonal skills are required to successfully complete the programme.
Tel: 051 311 139
|| Understand the key concepts, principles and practice in supervisory / line management.
Build a pattern of effective communication and problem solving to give great flexibility
Relate supervision theory to planning and evaluation practice
Undertake a training needs analysis and appropriate initiation of training plans
Understand relevant legislation (Employment Equality Acts 98/04 and Data Protection)
Recognise the benefits of using interactive management.
|Methods of Assessment
Skills Demonstration 70%
Complete a skills demonstration template based on supervisory / management activities undertaken, with a personal reflection on your own learning and progress. The template is based on operational planning skills, organisational skills and team leadership skills.
Complete a 1000 word assignment on how Supervisory Management could develop a productive and motivated team through good work practices and effective communication.
||Charlie Mernagh, College of Progressive Education
|Location of Course
||Waterford Chamber, 2 Georges Street, Waterford