Minute Taking For Meetings (D1)

Summary

THIS COURSE IS ACCREDITED TO UNIT STANDARD: 

Title: Plan and Prepare Meeting Communications 
Unit Standard ID: 13934 
NQF Level: 3 
Credit Value: 4 


INTRODUCTION 

The Minute Taking for Meetings workshop has been developed to prepare office professionals with the skills they need to be effective in running meetings and keeping accurate minutes.


WHAT THIS COURSE CAN DO FOR YOU… 

 

  • The purpose and objectives of minutes 
  • Identifying different types of minutes 
  • Planning and preparing communications prior to meetings
  • Producing a well-constructed agenda in the correct time frame.
  • Optimising resources
  • Preparing correct and sufficient equipment required to take minutes
  • Understand the importance of accurate recording and producing of concise minutes that reflect proceedings.
  • Distributing minutes to the correct list, different methods of distribution and the importance of keeping to a timeframe 


TARGET AUDIENCE 

The workshop is aimed at office professionals who are responsible for meeting notification, agendas, procedures and minute taking.



TRAINING APPROACH 

The primary objective of our training is to ensure that the knowledge acquired is applied successfully, adding real value and making a visible difference to work performance in the business environment. The courses have a strong focus on an outcomes based approach and are facilitated on a highly interactive basis encouraging active delegate participation using:


 • Role-plays
 • Break-away sessions
 • Relevant business exercises
 • Presentations
 • Demonstrations
 • Questionnaires
 • Discussion activities and 
 • Case studies 

High emphasis is placed on learning through ‘doing’ where learners are presented with real life and workplace case studies ensuring delegates develop knowledge and confidence to take their enhanced skills back into the business environment and apply them successfully. The group leaders are trained to create a comfortable atmosphere where delegates can evaluate themselves and their skills, generate ideas and solutions to problems and plan suitable growth in the workplace.



POST COURSE ASSISTANCE

“On-Line Knowledge Hub”

All delegates attending Kwelanga Training public courses now have FREE access to post course on-line resources.  Up-to-date, convenient and easily accessible information, relevant to the programme attended, is available.  Tools include case studies, articles, exercises and other valuable articles which will reinforce course content and assist in transferring knowledge and skills to the workplace.

“Contact the Coach” – Post Course Support

Kwelanga Training strongly believes learning should include on-going assistance following training. Delegates can “Contact the Coach” via email or telephonically if they need support with additional queries/questions regarding the application of theory covered during the course at any time following the course.

Details

  • When

  • 20 January, 2017
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    South Africa Time

  • Where

  • The Hilton Hotel
    12-14 Walnut Road
    Durban 4001
    South Africa
    +27 31 336 8100

  • Capacity

  • 20 (20 remaining)

Additional Information

Kwelanga Training will provide: 
  • Course facilitation by subject expert
  • NQF aligned comprehensive user guide
  • Framed certificates for each delegate
  • Corporate venue, Lunch and refreshments 
  • Pens / Pencil case sets
  • Name card / Attendance register / Evaluation forms 
  • "Contact the Coach" - post course support
  
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