Management and People Skills Development

Batalas specialises in providing management and people skills development training for private and public sector organisations by the means of:

  • Indvidual Training Courses
  • Professional Management Qualifications
  • Bespoke Management Development Programmes

Our management training courses and programmes will enable your managers, supervisors and team leaders to gain new skills which maximise their potential.

Investment in training is a serious business, but we also believe that training should be fun, and therefore we have developed a training approach which is highly interactive and deals with “real world” issues and practical techniques, which can be used back in the workplace.

Individual Training Courses

Batalas provides a range of courses to increase the effectiveness of your staff. Our training courses focus on real world issues, and are supported by practical exercises and role-plays. Our open course schedule features a range of short courses which are supplemented by more in-depth, tailored programmes, held in-company.

  • Creative thinking & problem solving
  • Effective communication skills
  • Presentation skills training
  • Leadership skills training
  • Supervisory & team leader skills training
  • Time management training
  • Team building training
  • Delegation skills training
  • Change management training

Professional Management Qualifications

Batalas is an Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) approved training centre offering programmes for team leaders (level 3) and managers (level 4). Successful completion of these programmes leads to a recognised management qualification. ILM programmes can be designed to provide a tailored solution for an organisation’s staff, meeting the training requirments of the individual and of the the organisation as a whole.

Bespoke Management Development Programmes

Batalas will design and deliver a solution that suits your specific needs and which best fits your culture, learning style and ways of working. Whilst each programme is different, a typical programme would include a range of ‘soft’ skills with more analytical and business improvement techniques.

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