Business In The Community -Training Day

June 18, 2013

‘Business in the Community’ and Bank of Ireland are running an exciting training day open to community groups and charities. Following on from the success of previous training days, Bank of Ireland, through their learning and development department – the Learning Zone – is once again partnering with Business in the Community to offer places on one-day training courses to community groups and charities. This is an excellent opportunity to avail of dynamic, professional and personal development training.

The courses will be delivered by Bank of Ireland’s training partner Accenture.

The courses available are:
1. Presentation Skills
2. Negotiation Skills
3. Influencing Skills
4. Leaders Edge – People Management Fundamentals
5. Microsoft Office 2010
6. Core Project Management

For more details on the courses, click here

Where & When:
Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2 on Friday July 12th 2013. Registration from 9am.

Nominal Cost: €30

A nominal fee of €30 is suggested in order to secure your place. However, this fee will be used in an innovative way. On the day of training one of the organisation’s attending will be randomly selected and will receive the total amount collected as a donation, meaning one community group or charity will walk away with a cheque in excess of €1,000.

Register NOW
Places are limited per course. To register your interest in a particular course please email smulchrone@bitc.ie or call Shane Mulchrone on 01-8743823.

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