Training Programmes

Training programmes can offer much more than a one or two day course. They provide detailed and thorough teaching, alongside continued support and peer learning. As the sessions are often half a day over several months it takes little time out of a busy diary, whilst providing the delegates with an engaging commitment to their organisation.  

All Cambridge Network courses and programmes are open to members and non-members, with members attending at preferential rates.  

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Available Programmes

Essentials of Management

We recognise that managing people on a day to day basis is challenging and often the most difficult part of a managers’ role.  Managing people effectively requires a very different skill set and this 6-month programme is aimed at focusing on four key areas which are fundamental to the success of an effective manager: 

  • Communication
  • Performance Management
  • Team Work 
  • Motivation and Engagement   

  

 

 

Sales Growth Programme

This programme is designed to develop and enhance existing skills, and introduce new skills to those who are unfamiliar with business development.  The learning contains a combination of practical workshop learning and one-to-one tutoring from others who have earned the right to tutor in this arena.

The programme runs over a 5 month period and is divided into 3 key learning areas:

  • Developing Yourself
  • Developing your Skills
  • Developing the Business

Management Skills to Support and Promote Mental Health at Work 

A series of 6 half-day workshops to address management competencies to help identify poor mental health, confidently talk about concerns and support employees with mental health concerns. 

This series of workshops aims to give you an understanding of the importance of line managers in addressing concerns around mental health at work. The training provides practical guidance and an environment to openly discuss issues and concerns.