In an overwhelming response for the need for soft skills and workforce skills training, the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce has partnered with AIDT to offer several different courses. These courses are one day sessions and will be offered on two different days due to demand.
October 13 or October 15:
Interpersonal Communication/Business Communications – “How to communicate with your coworkers, supervisors and customers”
The learning objective of this course is to help participants become better communicators. We seek to introduce participants to a wide array of perspectives on interpersonal communication and encourage them to increase their understandings of the practice of effective interpersonal communication to improve relationships. Also, participants will learn the value of good written communication and how to write so their message is clear concise, complete and correct. They will understand the proper format for memos, reports, and electronic communication.
- Verbal Communication
- Non-Verbal Communication
- Business Writing
November 3 or November 6:
Workforce Behaviors/Workforce Challenges – “How to keep your job”
The learning objective of this course is to help participants learn how to collaborate with others. By understanding personality styles, diversity, workplace ethics and managing conflict will help teams work together instead of against each other and can make a huge difference in how successful a company is. Also, this course will focus on common workforce challenges relating to stress management, handling change and time management. Each of these challenges is common in most teams on an almost continual basis. Participants will increase their ability to make the most out of these challenges so they become a benefit rather than a negative.
- Personality Profile
- Workplace Ethics
- Conflict Management
- Stress Management
- Change Management
- Time Management
December 17 or 18:
Facilitation/Critical Thinking Skills
“How to present, remain calm under pressure and problem solve”
The learning objective of this course is to provide commonly used facilitation tools that will make meetings easier and more productive. Participants will identify competencies linked to effective small group facilitation and practice applying the competencies in a brief presentation. This course will also expose participants to the concepts, benefits, and processes related to following directions, critical thinking, problem solving and continuous improvement. Classroom activities will be provided to allow participants the opportunity to apply the concepts, reinforce learning, and aid in retention.
- Basics of Presenting
- Practice Sessions Presenting
- Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- Following Directions
- Continuous Improvement
Space is limited to the first 20 registrants!
The training will be held at the
Small Business Resource Center
600 South Court St., Room 460
8 am to 5 pm (lunch provided)
Cost: $15 per person
Please contact Jessica Horsley at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration