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Supervisory skills training


I'm looking to design and deliver training in supervisory skills to first-line supervisors in a transport company. Any ideas where I can find relevant material, including ideas for activities and videos? Has anyone done something along these lines who wouldn't mind sharing some pointers with me?
Tina Berry

3 Responses

  1. Try ILM
    The Institute for Leadership and Management would be ideal for this – they have materials for two accredited courses which might suit you – Team Leader or First Line Manager. Their website will give you lots of info. Good luck

  2. Self Employed Training consultant
    Hi Tina
    I have some new supervisory level self study materials for sale. They are excellent and I am using them to deliver Team Manager training for several groups in Scotland.
    I combine the self study units with discussion groups and skills development workshops.
    The materials are very easy to use and are getting superb reviews from the 60 Team managers that are suing them.
    E-mail ([email protected]) or ‘phone 01925-225135 for a chat and more info.
    Best wishes
    Damien O’Leary

  3. considerations
    I would just add that your audience are a real consideration in the sourcing of materials – experience would suggest that for real success you should consider a bespoke/tailored solution in order that the skills are translated into very practical activities for the workplace to underpin the application of learning – too often recently I am experiencing skills programmes that go no further than identifying areas to develop without any real support in the means of doing this! E-mail me on [email protected] and I would be happy to discuss further.


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