First-line managers operate their departments. They assign tasks, manage work flow, monitor the quality of work, deal with employee problems, and keep the middle and executive managers informed of problems and successes at ground level in the company.
This training is ideal for those who manage projects now or who will do so in the future. It reviews a variety of approaches to project management.

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This training is ideal for users who need to develop reports that include complex formulae & functions and users who need to manipulate large volumes of data in order to produce accurate results.

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This training is ideal for users who wish to develop their understanding of the complex layout, text, colour and print options within InDesign.

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This training is ideal for experienced Adobe Illustrator users who wish to exploit this software to a fuller extent in order to produce professional, complex illustrations.

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This training is ideal for managers and administrators with existing financial knowledge who are looking to develop a better understanding of common financial terms and conventions in order to make better use of financial information.

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This training is ideal for users who will act as SharePoint Site Managers, who will create and administer lists, libraries, sub-sites and control access for their team.

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This training is ideal for users who create and manage multiple project plans who need to enter costings and create custom plans.

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Union Customs Code (UCC) and Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - Impact on Exporters & Importers The changes that were introduced by the Union Customs Code (UCC) in May 2016 mean that achieving Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status is more relevant than ever to International Trade business and it will continue to be relevant whatever happens when we exit the EU. The UCC affects the way many companies involved in international trade do business and some of the changes introduced include mandatory guarantees and the requirement for all businesses applying to use customs regimes or special procedures to meet the AEO criteria making AEO status even more important
Do you ever get the feeling you are just the passenger when it comes to managing time and that somebody else is driving? If so then this one day course is a definite must for you! How would it be if we put you back in the driver€™s seat €“ put you more in control of your time?
Union Customs Code (UCC) and Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - Impact on Exporters & Importers The changes that were introduced by the Union Customs Code (UCC) in May 2016 mean that achieving Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status is more relevant than ever to International Trade business and it will continue to be relevant whatever happens when we exit the EU. The UCC affects the way many companies involved in international trade do business and some of the changes introduced include mandatory guarantees and the requirement for all businesses applying to use customs regimes or special procedures to meet the AEO criteria making AEO status even more important
This course will lead delegates through the procedures and documentation required to successfully complete an import transaction. Delegates will learn about the import process from initial contact with potential supplier to the import customs clearance process to ensure receipt of goods in time and within budget
his one day seminar provides a detailed information on how to be pro active in opening a letter of credit, how to work with the documents and present to the bank correctly. The course is designed for staff within the organisation that are exposed to Letters of credit not only from an admin point of view but for Sales and Purchasing departments too.
The service sector continues to flourish in the UK, representing approximately 80% of the economy. Service industries such as finance, project management, installation and maintenance and customer service continue to grow. However, extensive advances in technological development, including the internet and cloud-based communication, have enabled information and related services to flow freely across country borders. It is not surprising, therefore, that the export of services is a growing trend in global markets. In the UK, services account for almost 45% of exports. Is your company exploring export for the first time, or perhaps increasing export activity as part of a wider business strategy? There are many positive benefits from selling to international markets €“however there are some essential things you need to understand about the export process in order to do this both profitably and successfully. This interactive course explores the key considerations for selling services into international markets.