Time Management training – provisional course outline

Time Management training

All our Time Management training outlines can be adapted to the needs of the individual or organisation. We provide:

Towns in which we train Time Management include Salisbury, Bournemouth, Poole, Ringwood, Sherborne, Wimborne, etc.

This is a one-day course and is run at your site.

Number on coursePrice per day
1 - 1 training£395 + VAT
2 - 4 people£795 + VAT
5 - 8 people£1095 + VAT

Objectives of the course

On completion of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Define time management
  • Recognise their productivity cycles
  • Set SMART goals
  • Manage priorities under pressure
  • Create time management plans
  • Influence others who impact on your time
  • Organise their time using technology
  • Utilise tool and techniques to handle disruptions
  • Become more productive
  • Cope better with information overload

Course Outline

What is time management?

  • Understanding what is meant by time management
  • Identifying the benefits of time management
  • Identifying personality types
  • Procrastination
  • Productivity cycles
  • Pricing your time
  • Conducting a time audit
  • The Pareto principle
  • Time Management mistakes

Goals and priorities

  • Goals and objectives
  • The SMART approach to generating goals
  • Identifying goals
  • Prioritising work – Urgent Vs Important

Time management plans

  • Developing time management plans to identify goals
  • Creating a weekly plan
  • Organising your day by creating daily plans
  • Avoiding obstacles
  • Prioritising tasks on the plan
  • Effective scheduling

Time Management and technology

  • Using computer technologies to save time, not waste time
  • Microsoft Outlook time management including Flagging emails, Making an email into a task, Making an email into an appointment, Colour categorising emails and tasks, Using the To-Do List
  • Using telephone technologies to save time, not waste time

People skills

  • How to say ‘no’, where appropriate
  • Delegating work
  • Handling disruptions
  • Conducting meetings
  • Listening and questioning skills

Coping with information overload

  • Identifying causes of information overload
  • Screening information
  • Creating a productive filing system
  • Communicating effectively to increase productivity

To request further details of any of our courses, or to make a booking, please contact us by ringing 07477 578417 or by sending an email to info@archwayct.co.uk or filling in our contact form.