Browsed by
Tag: Training

Fostering Leadership: A Look At Internships And Apprenticeships Offered In The UK

Fostering Leadership: A Look At Internships And Apprenticeships Offered In The UK

Guest Post by Roslyn Tam The youth in the UK have been facing an all-too-familiar problem in recent months: a growing struggle to find jobs. The lion’s share of UK firms, especially the large firms that provide many of the hiring placements that the nation needs, are looking for experienced workers who already come in with certain skills. While those creating policy in educational leadership doctoral programs can improve upon the material students are presented with, more will be required…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Engaging the Social Web for Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)

Engaging the Social Web for Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)

The Social Web for Personal Knowledge Management. A one-day training course that provides a practical and detailed introduction to social media and social/professional networks that will enable delegates to achieve a greater understanding of their context for use and deployment within their organisation and for personal and professional development.

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Pitfalls and Advantages of Accredited Online LPN Programs

Pitfalls and Advantages of Accredited Online LPN Programs

Guest Blog from Jennifer Smith Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) play some of the most vital roles in our healthcare system today.  They are responsible for a wide range of patient care, including dressing wounds, giving injections, monitoring temperature and heart rate, and gathering patient information. Some LPNs are even responsible for performing laboratory test and assisting in an infant’s delivery. While most LPNs work in hospitals and other major healthcare centers, many are also employed in nursing homes, doctor’s offices, and…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Social Media: Exploiting Knowledge In Networks

Social Media: Exploiting Knowledge In Networks

There are still some places available on the “Exploiting Knowledge in Networks” training event next week, Tuesday 4th October. The training focuses on use of Social Media tools to support Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) and self development. The following is brief synopsis of the training and what will be covered: Introduction: There is a desire to develop more effective knowledge sharing and a culture of collaboration in most organisations, but little recognition of what this means in terms of staff…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Exploiting Knowledge in Networks (training event)

Exploiting Knowledge in Networks (training event)

I’ll be running the above mentioned training course next week in Edinburgh for delegates from Scottish Government and the (Scottish) Improvement Service. The training has been commissioned through TFPL, and details of the event are on the TFPL training pages. It is perhaps worth noting that – as far as I am aware – this is one of the few training events that focus on social media and social networks for ‘Personal Knowledge Management‘ as opposed to the many and…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Web 2 Tools for Facilitating Knowledge Management

Web 2 Tools for Facilitating Knowledge Management

Doing final prep today for the Web 2 tools training course that I’m running on Tuesday 29th March. Key outcomes for the training are: An understanding of social networks and social media and the overlap between personal and professional identities. An understanding of the barriers to knowledge sharing and collaboration and how these can be overcome. Creation of a personalised social computing toolkit to support on-going learning and development in collaborative tools and techniques. This will be highly practical, hands-on training…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest
Web 2.0 tools for facilitating knowledge management

Web 2.0 tools for facilitating knowledge management

Having run a number of social media workshops for UK Local Government over the past few months, I will be focusing specifically on how social media and social networking (Web 2.0) can support the development of personal learning – ‘Knowledge Management’ at the forthcoming TFPL training event on 24th March 2010 – open to both public and private sector organisations. There has been considerable interest in this training so I’m anticipating that there may be a few more courses shceduled…

Read More Read More

Feel free to share...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pagePin on Pinterest