Learning Collaboration ramps up to take training online


25-03-2020
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Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration is now offering a full programme of online support, as the team reacts quickly to changing circumstances caused by coronavirus.

Sarah Gleadell, who heads up the Learning Collaboration, says: "Now that most of us are working remotely from home, it's more important than ever that we keep people connected, stimulated and motivated. There is a silver lining in that many people can now find the time to enhance their skills or learn new ones, and we are delighted to be working alongside so many talented trainers.

"Most of our existing courses can be taught remotely, so please do have a look through and get in touch if you would like to book a session for a group of your staff.

“We are also running a series of online webinars, free to all, on various topics throughout the coming weeks."

This week: Getting the Best out of Virtual Teams - Thursday 26 March, 12.30pm

New Online Courses

"We are also pleased to bring you a selection of new online workshops which are more tailored to this particular climate. The following courses can be booked for a group of your staff," adds Sarah.

  • Reducing the impact of coronavirus on employee mental health

This two-hour training session will help you to recognise the risks posed by enforced home working during a pandemic and provide simple solutions to improve motivation and engagement.

  • Video Conference Communication Skills

This online workshop takes you through the skills needed to ensure effective human communication via digital conferencing tools.

  • Building resilience in times of uncertainty
  • Designing a virtual team alliance
  • Effectively leading remote teams
  • Running successful virtual meetings

To find out more or book onto one of these courses, please contact the Learning Collaboration here.

 

 

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration works on behalf of local employers to organise training and management development for their staff. Set up by the Network in conjunction with local HR Directors, our aim is to provide all Cambridge Network members and organisations with improved access to high quality, shared training courses at value-for-money prices.

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration