Night School Sessions in Plymouth

By 30th April 2019park news
Night School Sessions in Plymouth
  • Are you looking to better motivate your team or attract new customers?

  • Would you like to improve your business’ financial planning?

  • Do you have lots of data but don’t know how to use it?

The University of Plymouth is working in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses help businesses across Plymouth and Devon with these issues through FREE night school training sessions taking place at Plymouth Science Park.

Making Data Work for Your Business – Tuesday 30th April and Tuesday 14th May, 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm.

These sessions will equip you with the skills needed to use data for the benefit of your business. Whether it’s improving how you use existing data or knowing more about what data there is to access, these sessions will be ideal for owners, managers and other staff involved in business planning.
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Mastering E-Commerce – Tuesday 7th May and Tuesday 18th June, 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm.

These sessions will provide a comprehensive introduction to all the different elements of e-commerce. It will help you to decide on the best way for your business to exploit the internet to maximise your sales.
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Improving your Team’s Performance – Tuesday 21st May and Tuesday 4th June, 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Suitable for both new and experienced managers, these sessions will examine how you can create a more engaged workforce and develop effective performance management techniques.
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Management Accounting – Accounting for non-accountants – Tuesday 25th June and Tuesday 9th July, 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Designed specifically for those from a non-accounting background, these sessions with help owners and managers to improve financial planning in their business, and will cover budgets and investment appraisal.
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These courses are being delivered by tutors from the University of Plymouth, with private sector business experience, in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses. The training forms part of the Hidden Talent in Devon and Strategic Employer Engagement in Devon projects which are funded by the European Social Fund.