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Events Management Expertise

Events Management Expertise

Minor events don’t always take place at the office.  There are times when teams will be required to be offsite for many different reasons such as team building exercises, workshops, conferences, specialized meetings, promotional campaigns, client entertainment functions, golf days and training exercises.  In these circumstances the general idea is to ensure that over and above the necessary travel and accommodation arrangements, all delegates are provided with the normal facilities that they have become accustomed to at the office.

This practical course will introduce you to the art of events co-ordination.  You will learn how to effectively liaise with meeting or event attendees regarding availability and final arrangements whilst observing specific individual needs such as special dietary requirements; make travel and accommodation and car hire arrangements, identify a suitable date, time and venue, book catering and venue as well as process and distribute any documentation that may be required for the event.

BOTI offers secretarial training programmes, marketing courses and events training.  Book your seat now on BOTI’s Events Management Expertise course.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Course duration

2 days

In any event, you will excel when you learn how to:

  • Make travel, car hire and accommodation arrangements.
  • Identify a date, venue and time for the meeting or event.
  • Process and distribute all documentation required for the meeting or event.
  • Liaise and/or negotiate with meeting or event attendees regarding availability.
  • Book venues and catering.
  • Finalise meeting room arrangements.
  • Notify and confirm arrangements with attendees, delegates or stakeholders.
  • Confirm final arrangements with attendees, delegates or stakeholders.

BOTI offers secretarial training programmes, marketing courses and events training.  Book your seat now on BOTI’s Events Management Expertise course.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Benefits of attending:  Events management expertise course

Upon successful completion of this course you will have acquired an in-depth understanding of how to manage and event and will have developed your skills in the following areas:

  • Arrange a date, time and venue for the event based on responses to range of dates provided.
  • Book and confirm meeting/event to all attendees in writing.
  • Forward all event related documentation to attendees.
  • Arrange venue and catering requirements taking into account any religious and special dietary requirements.
  • Forward agenda for the event to venue provider and caterers to ensure that correct times for means and breaks are incorporated.
  • Make travel, car hire and accommodation arrangements.
  • Process invoices relating to travel, car hire and accommodation.
  • Process relevant advance disbursements for travel, car hire and accommodation.
  • Assemble and distribute documentation for the event to all attendees timeously.

BOTI offers secretarial training programmes, marketing courses and events training.  Book your seat now on BOTI’s Events Management Expertise course.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Who is this course suitable for?

This course is aimed at those individuals who are involved in a secretarial, administrative or marketing function and who are responsible for co-ordinating small events.

This Unit Standard course is aligned to Unit Standard 13929:  Co-ordinate meetings, minor events and travel arrangements

Testimonials

Nomakhosi Khoza – Multichoice (Pty) Ltd

‘I gained good knowledge on how to prepare different types of events.  All went very well as Lynnaire was very clear on each topic and made me understand things need to be done.  The best thing about this course was one on one undivided attention.’

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BOTI offers secretarial training programmes, marketing courses and events training.  Book your seat now on BOTI’s Events Management Expertise course.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Apply a range of project management tools and techniques

Apply a range of project management tools and techniques

(This Unit Standard course is aligned to: Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management)

SAQA I.D. 50080 NQF Level: NQF Level 04

Unit Standard: 120385

Number of credits:  7

Introduction

Get the project management certification and project management qualifications you need to move forward.  Enrol now on pmp certification or book your seat on BOTI’s Unit Standard course: Apply a range of project management tools and techniques course. BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Course outline

  • Learners accessing this standard will be involved in project management teams or involved in building small project management teams. These projects may be technical projects, business projects or developmental projects and will cut across a range of economic sectors. This standard will also add value to learners who are running their own business and recognise that project management forms an integral component of any business.
  • Learners accessing this standard will be working as a leader in the context of a small project / sub-project involving few resources and having a limited impact on stakeholders and the environment or working as a contributing team member on a medium to large project when not a leader.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Applying corrective action steps where project management tools and techniques usage problems occur.
  • Demonstrating an understanding of project management tools.
  • Using a range of project management tools.

Get the project management certification and project management qualifications you need to move forward.  Enrol now on pmp certification or book your seat on BOTI’s Unit Standard course: Apply a range of project management tools and techniques course. BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Prior learning requirements

  • Learners accessing this qualification will have demonstrated competence in mathematics and communication skills at NQF level 4 or equivalent.
  • Learners accessing this qualification will have demonstrated competence in computer literacy and applicable software at NQF level 4 or equivalent.
  • ID 120372 – Explain fundamentals of project management.

Unit standard range

  • Policies and procedures may be organisation specified systems, policies and procedures or where these do not exist, accepted industry best practice.
  • Project level may include but is not limited to working as a leader in the context of a small project / sub-project involving few resources and having a limited impact on stakeholders and the environment or working as a contributing team member on a medium to large project when not a leader.
  • Projects may include but are not limited to all projects including technical, developmental and business related projects.
  • Tools are tangible such as a computer, spreadsheet program, template.

Get the project management certification and project management qualifications you need to move forward.  Enrol now on pmp certification or book your seat on BOTI’s Unit Standard course: Apply a range of project management tools and techniques course. BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

  • Techniques are systematic procedures using one or more tools to produce a deliverable.
  • The range of project management tools and techniques may include but are not limited to Gantt charts, network diagramming, spreadsheets, budget administration, documentation management, e-mail and internet usage and word processing, presentations, desktop calendar, computerized applications (software).
  • Project tools may include but are not limited to tools where only knowledge is required to support a project manager.

 

Course outcomes

  • Demonstrate an understanding of project management tools and techniques.
  • Use a range of project management tools and techniques.
  • Apply corrective action steps where project management tools and techniques usage problems occur

 

Get the project management certification and project management qualifications you need to move forward.  Enrol now on pmp certification or book your seat on BOTI’s Unit Standard course: Apply a range of project management tools and techniques course. BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Apply a range of project management tools and techniques

SAQA I.D. 50080 NQF Level: NQF Level 04

Unit Standard: 120385

Course duration

3 days

 

Who should attend: Apply a range of project management tools and techniques course

This course is aimed at those aspiring towards or already engaged in activities involving project management and will also add value to those who are running their own business and recognise that project management forms an integral component of any business.

BOTI also offers:  Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management

Read, analyse and respond to a variety of texts

Engage in sustained oral communication and evaluate spoken texts

 

QUALIFICATIONS UTILISING THIS UNIT STANDARD:

 

  ID QUALIFICATION TITLE PRE-2009 NQF LEVEL NQF LEVEL STATUS END DATE PRIMARY OR DELEGATED QA FUNCTIONARY
Fundamental 50080 Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management Level 4 NQF Level 04 Reregistered 2018-06-30 SERVICES

 

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Workplace Violence Course

Workplace Violence Course: Introduction

Workplace violence is a very serious matter. We invite participants to our workplace violence workshop and teach them the skills to recognise a potentially violent conflict, the skills to mediate a potentially violent conflict and what to do both on the spot and legally after such an incident has occurred.

Workplace Violence Course :Course Outline

Left unchecked workplace harassment can escalate into workplace violence. We addressed workplace harassment in our workshop on workplace harassment and we strongly urge participants who attend the harassment workshop to attend this workshop as well, since the two overlap each other. We examined the definition of harassment, as well as the employer’s responsibilities and the recourses available to victims in that workshop, in this workshop we will learn the implications harassment and violence have to business costs, the legal consequences if an employee should sue a company and the psychological repercussions. As the saying goes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It is worthwhile knowing what normal behaviour is and what is not, however mental health is very subjective to the lay-man, and we should never try to diagnose our colleagues. Bullies and people with personality disorders don’t always check all the boxes and it would be wrong to make sweeping allegations against people with or without psychological disorders. Very often people with mental health issues are the victims of violence or harassment, and seventy percent of bullying is perpetrated by women against other women. Having said that, there are common distinguishing behaviours that have no place in the workplace and can only lead to a hostile working environment, such as: Non conformance to laws, policies or authority, incessant deceit, disregarding their own safety and that of others, irresponsibility, arrogance, exploiting fellow employees, a sense of entitlement, self-importance, jealousy, belittling others and spreading gossip and rumours. It is important to target the behaviour and not the person, difficult as it may be. Part of that ounce of prevention is implementing an action plan to discourage and root out harassment and violence from the workplace and to ensure that all employees are aware and trained in company policy. Companies conduct risk assessment for various reasons, in this workshop we will focus on risk of harassment and violence. We will discuss anger and aggression, the de-escalation or defusing strategies when faced with a violent occurrence. Communication skills and tactical options, the risk assessment will cover identifying the hazard, assessing the risk, controlling the risk and evaluation and review of the incident.TIP: Employer’s checklist: The four step process – List the risks of taking or not taking action Determine the severity, the likelihood and possibility of early detection Prioritise the risks Develop action plan and assign responsibility Employers should make all employees aware of the company policy on harassment and violence and if it changes all employees should be made aware of changes. The company policy on violence should be included in its code of ethics. We wrap our course up with a module on identifying bullies in the interview process, the investigation process of a violent incident and the scope and philosophy of a policy on violence and harassment. 1. Introduction
Workshop objectives

2. What is workplace harassment
Identifying harassment
Cost to business
Legal
Psychological
Case study

3. Identifying the bully
Abusive workplace behaviours
Bullying and personality disorders
Narcissism
Case study

4. How to handle workplace violence
Types of behaviour
Target the behaviour, not the person
Implement an action plan
Case study

5. Risk assessment
Understanding anger and aggression
Defusing and De-escalating situations
Communication skills
Tactical options
Case study

6. Risk Assessment (2)
Identifying the hazard
Addressing the risk
Controlling the risk
Evaluating and review
Case study

7. Being the victim
What is not considered bullying
Steps to take
Case study

8. Checklist for employers
4 Steps Process
Addressing all employees
Code of ethics
Policy and procedure
Case study

9. Interview Process
Identifying a bully
Warning signs
Case study

10. Investigation process
Advising your supervisor
Lodging the complaint
Initial response
The Investigation
Finding
Review and closure
Case study

11. Developing a harassment policy
Scope and philosophy
Principles
Intent
Options
Informal complaint process
Formal Investigation Process
Case study

12. Topics not discussed
Lessons learned
Post workshop overview

Workplace Violence Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Workplace Violence Course

This course is intended for anyone who works in human resources.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

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Procurement Supply Chain Management Training – BOTi Advanced Course

Procurement Supply Chain Management Training: Course Introduction

All business, at it’s core, is a matter of supply meeting customer demand… All successful businesses do this effectively and efficiently. This course is an asset for any business wanting to improve their Supply Chain Management.

Our course in Supply chain Management is intended to give employees and managers the skills to lower production costs, improve efficiency and increase productivity. All of these things equal greater customer satisfaction.

 (Procurement And Supply Chain Management Courses, Procurement Conference, Strategic Sourcing Training, Supply Chain Short Course, Procurement Officer Training)

Procurement Supply Chain Management Training: Course Outline

Supply chain management can be summarised as the management of interconnected businesses involved in providing goods or services to consumers. It involves the finances, logistics and delivery of products or services and necessitates integrated conduct and co-operation among the chain’s respective firms to be successful.

Key outcomes of the course include:

BOTi’s Program Outline  (Procurement And Supply Chain Management Courses, Procurement Conference, Strategic Sourcing Training, Supply Chain Short Course, Procurement Officer Training)

 

Component 1: Starting Out

  1. – Activities to break the ice
  2. – Housekeeping matters and administration
  3. – The Parking Area
  4. – program Objectives

Component 2: Why Supply Chain Management?

  1. – Customer Satisfaction
  2. – Enhancing Performance
  3. – Lowering Costs
  4. – Product Development
  5. – Training Example

– Component 2: Assessment Queries

Component 3: Essential Terms (I)

  1. – Procurement
  2. – Upstream as well as Downstream
  3. – Raw Material
  4. – Forecasting
  5. – Carrying Cost
  6. – Training Example

– Component 3: Assessment Queries

Component 4: Essential Terms (II)

  1. – Inventory
  2. – Order Generation
  3. – Order Taking
  4. – Order Fulfilment
  5. – Returns Management
  6. – Training Example
  7. – Component 4: Assessment Queries

Component 5: 3 Levels of Supply Chain Management

  1. – Strategic level
  2. – Tactical level
  3. – Operational Level
  4. – Bullwhip influence
  5. – Training Example
  6. – Component 5: Assessment Queries

Component 6: 5 Stages of Supply Chain Management

  1. – Plan
  2. – Deliver
  3. – Source
  4. – Make
  5. – Return
  6. – Training Example

– Component 6: Assessment Queries

Component 7: The Flows of Supply Chain Management

  1. – The Information Flow
  2. – Data Warehouses
  3. – The Product Flow
  4. – The Finances Flow
  5. – Training Example

– Component 7: Assessment Queries

Component 8: Inventory Management

  1. – Levels of Inventory
  2. – Just-In-Time Inventory
  3. – Keeping Accurate Records
  4. – Inventory Calculator
  5. – Training Example

– Component 8: Assessment Queries

Component 9: Supply Chain Groups

  1. – The Suppliers
  2. – The Producers
  3. – The Customers
  4. – The Customer’s Customer’s
  5. – Training Example

– Component 9: Assessment Queries

Component 10: Tracking as well as Monitoring

  1. – Dashboard
  2. – RFID’s
  3. – Alert Generation
  4. – Stock Keeping Unit (SKU)
  5. – Training Example

– Component 10: Assessment Queries

Component 11: Supply Chain Event Management

  1. – Inventory Alerts
  2. – Supplier Alerts
  3. – Bottlenecking
  4. – Being Proactive
  5. – Training Example

Component 11: Assessment Queries

Component 12: Concluding

  1. – Wise Men’s words
  2. – Assessment of Parking Area
  3. – Key Learnings
  4. – Evaluations as well as Completion Of activity Plans

Procurement Supply Chain Management Training: Course Duration

2 day/s

Procurement Supply Chain Management Training Course: Who should attend

(Procurement And Supply Chain Management Courses, Procurement Conference, Strategic Sourcing Training, Supply Chain Short Course, Procurement Officer Training)

This course is a Managerial course and is perfectly suited for those supervising the production process.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

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