Project Description

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Effective Stakeholder Engagement

This highly interactive three-day workshop is designed to develop strategies to communicate and negotiate effectively with a focus on engaging effectively with stakeholders. It will investigate the various stakeholder engagement strategies and how to effectively use them in the workplace through the different negotiation styles and will show how conflicts can be effectively managed by negotiating with stakeholders.

Canberra: 29 June-1 July
Canberra: 23-25 November

Probity Essentials

This course consists of a range of valuable information and practical tips aimed at procurement professionals undertaking procurement activities. It will cover the fundamentals of probity, including your legal obligations, requirements of probity, and how to address the common probity pitfalls and mistakes.

Canberra: 14 August
Canberra: 26 October

Procurement Essentials

This one-day course is aimed at people that are responsible for procuring goods and/or services from suppliers/vendors. This is an introductory course into government procurement with information that are essential to procurement officers and those responsible for authorising and making purchases.

Canberra: 23 March
Canberra: 21 August

Mentoring Professionals

This two-day course is ideal for people who are wanting to learn the skills and techniques that will assist in their mentoring session. This is aimed at anyone wanting to not only understand the important aspects of mentoring people within the workplace, but to also use practical skills that can be used in their work and personal lives.

Canberra: 7-8 September

Manage Contract Performance

It is important for anyone involved in procurement and contract management functions to understand what constitutes a contract and how they are formed. Officers responsible for managing a contract should also have a reasonable understanding of contract law.

Canberra: 7-8 December

Dealing with Risks

This practical workshop will assist you to develop and apply a risk management plan. Using a methodology based on AS/NZS 4360 Risk Management and your organisation’s risk guidelines, you will learn to identify, assess, evaluate, and treat risks from your working environment. This program can be tailored to suit specific projects, procurement processes, OH&S and many other common workplace activities.

Canberra: 30-31 July

Effective Stakeholder Engagement

This highly interactive three-day workshop is designed to develop strategies to communicate and negotiate effectively with a focus on engaging effectively with stakeholders. It will investigate the various stakeholder engagement strategies and how to effectively use them in the workplace through the different negotiation styles and will show how conflicts can be effectively managed by negotiating with stakeholders.

Brisbane: 15-17 July
Brisbane: 28-30 October

Probity Essentials

This course consists of a range of valuable information and practical tips aimed at procurement professionals undertaking procurement activities. It will cover the fundamentals of probity, including your legal obligations, requirements of probity, and how to address the common probity pitfalls and mistakes.

Brisbane: 14 August
Brisbane: 26 October

Procurement Essentials

This one-day course is aimed at people that are responsible for procuring goods and/or services from suppliers/vendors. This is an introductory course into government procurement with information that are essential to procurement officers and those responsible for authorising and making purchases.

Brisbane: 23 March
Brisbane: 21 August

Mentoring Professionals

This two-day course is ideal for people who are wanting to learn the skills and techniques that will assist in their mentoring session. This is aimed at anyone wanting to not only understand the important aspects of mentoring people within the workplace, but to also use practical skills that can be used in their work and personal lives.

Brisbane: 7-8 September

Manage Contract Performance

It is important for anyone involved in procurement and contract management functions to understand what constitutes a contract and how they are formed. Officers responsible for managing a contract should also have a reasonable understanding of contract law.

Brisbane: 19-20 November

Dealing with Risks

This practical workshop will assist you to develop and apply a risk management plan. Using a methodology based on AS/NZS 4360 Risk Management and your organisation’s risk guidelines, you will learn to identify, assess, evaluate, and treat risks from your working environment. This program can be tailored to suit specific projects, procurement processes, OH&S and many other common workplace activities.

Brisbane: 30-31 July

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