Limited spaces remain for Training Now’s free 2-hour FUEL (Free, Upskill, Educate & Learn) session for Health and Social Care professionals taking place 13:00-15:00 on Tuesday 7th February at the MacAlister Suite at AFC Bournemouth.
The FUEL session focuses on coaching within leadership, looking at its benefits in the workplace and how coaching can successfully impact employee retention. The session is led by professional trainer Imogen Sayer, who has over two decades’ experience working as a trainer in both the public and private sector, including many years with the Dorset Police.
The session also gives a taster of what to expect from Training Now’s newly launched Leadership and Management programmes – developed to make organisations more effective, innovative and productive.
Managing Director of Training Now, Tara Roudiani, is delighted to be announcing the first in the series of FUEL sessions:
“We are so pleased to be launching the first of our FUEL sessions – where Health and Social Care professionals can take away important skills and techniques to motivate and retain staff during these uncertain times.
“Those wanting further support and guidance are encouraged to look at our Leadership and Management programmes, where we can tailor bespoke solutions to meet different business needs.”
Having recently been rated ‘Good’ by OFSTED and now an endorsed Skills for Care provider, Dorset-based Training Now is an expanding nationwide training company that specialises in practical social care, education and business apprenticeships. Training Now also delivers a wide provision of short courses and professional qualifications, all of which can be adapted to the needs of employers.