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PLEASE NOTE - this is now delivered remotely via MS Teams over four half day sessions. See Additional Information below for detailed times and dates.
Have you learnt coaching skills through our one day Coaching Skills (previously An Introduction to Coaching) or the two day Coaching for Managers course? Would you like to improve your skills and gain more practice?
If so the ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching could be for you. This course is designed to give you an in depth knowledge of coaching skills and of the tools you can use in your coaching practice. You will also be required to complete 12 hours of supervised coaching to practically apply the tools and skills. Completion of this course will qualify you to become a member of the workplace coaching pool and we will be able to refer potential "coachees" from across the organisation to you.
Typically it can take between six months and one year to complete the course.
By attending our 2-day Coaching for Managers programme, managers will have covered some of the knowledge element of the Level 3 coaching programme and a considerable amount of the skills element.
Therefore all managers who have completed the 2-day programme or the 1 day Coaching Skills are invited to fast track through the ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching.
As part of this course you will be required to find a "coachee" to practice your skills with. Before starting please identify someone that you can either work with yourself, or that you can swap with another person in the group.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||27 September 2021||09:30 - 12:30||Remote Corporate Training||Map|
|2||28 September 2021||09:30 - 12:30||Remote Corporate Training||Map|
|3||13 October 2021||09:30 - 12:30||Remote Corporate Training||Map|
|4||14 October 2021||09:30 - 12:30||Remote Corporate Training||Map|
Induction for ESCC Managers provides an opportunity to virtually meet Chief Officers and pick up on any queries relating to your new role as a Manager at ESCC. During the event you will 'meet' with managers from other departments in the Council making some useful contacts and establishing networks to help support you through the early months of your management career.
The training will be delivered via Microsoft teams. Delegates will receive a calendar invite in order to attend.
It is recommended that managers also complete the following elearning "Brief Bite" sessions
Our LA Ladder and Step Ladder User & Inspection Training Course provides training for users, supervisors and managers wanting to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to use and formally inspect ladders and step ladders legally and safely.Essential Information
The forum represents LGBTQ council employees in the local authority and provides networking and social opportunities, support and mentoring, information and events for LGBTQ people who work for the council at all levels. Forum members will talk about the history of the Forum, its achievements, challenges and what it hopes to achieve next. Essential viewing for anyone interested in staff networks.Essential Information
Liz Tretheway has been a disability consultant, equalities manager, employment adviser, and trainer and has worked in the NHS, education, with Adult Social Care and local government. Liz has been disabled since birth. A graduate of Sussex (M.A. Sussex), she has run post graduate careers guidance training and has a range of Occupational Health experience in the workplace, making adjustments for disabled staff.Essential Information
In a youth-led presentation delivered by Ed Peasgood, College Student and Part-Time Participation Worker at East Sussex Community Voice, we will explore the following topics, using evidence, insight, examples and solution-focused, practical tips to embed youth voice into your work:
• How can young people be involved in strategic leadership? Key Focus: Youth Trustees
• How can young people be involved in local/grassroots engagement activity? Key Focus: Young People as Leaders in their community
• How can young people be involved in logistically delivering activities? Key Focus: Young People to support communications and social media
Today retirement is more of a process rather than an event and this seminar provides a range of information and guidance for those who are approaching this time in their lives.
Your workplace might well be looking a little different at the moment, but there are still some things that stay very much the same.
Retirement, or early retirement, will be one of the biggest lifestyle changes, both financially and culturally, that we face; and planning ahead for this change will certainly help to make the transition easier, and indeed make this part of life something special to look forward to.
East Sussex County Council are working with Close Brothers to provide this valuable support if you are approaching this next chapter of life; whether that is in a few years, or perhaps even in just a few months, we would like to offer you access to a valuable set of tools within the new virtual retirement service, that will help you to think about and prepare for your future retirement.
You will have an opportunity to explore issues and discuss the range of opportunities available to you within a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
As a part of the booking you will also be given access to an online virtual retirement hub full of information and downloadable resources, which you will be able to access at your own convenience.Essential Information
This course raises awareness of the political environment and decision making processes in East Sussex County Council. It explores the broader political environment in which we work and live. Interactive exercises focus on the varied roles of elected Councillors (Members) and explore the relationship between Members and officers.Essential Information
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