Register of Landscape Operatives
The online ROLO courses are proving to be a hit, though it is always important to ensure good internet connection! We would not say that remote learning is our favourite means of training, but our trainer works hard to keep everybody involved and enthusiastic. We are now able to run the course over one day instead of two half days. The next date with spaces is:-
23rd February (online - 3 spaces)
Here’s what some of our participants had to say;
'I would just like to add that the course coordinator facilitated in making this task rather enjoyable and applicable to each participant, not an easy task, especially on a zoom call. Thank You’
‘I found the trainer very engaging and the course content was useful’
‘The course was well structured and engaging. The trainer did a great job of making it interesting and highlighting important areas’
The online course is a great option for someone who is working from home, or who feels uncomfortable presently in a classroom environment. Candidates need to register with ROLO Online (we send you the link), then are enrolled on a specific course.
The test is completed at the end of the course. Candidates will need a quiet space and access to a PC/laptop and a stable internet connection for the duration. Cost is £145 + VAT
One day ROLO dates for 2024 are as follow:-
(All online unless stated otherwise)
January 12th & 26th
February 2nd & 23rd
March 4th and 15th
April 2nd and 19th
May 1st and 21st
June 7th and 19th
July 4th and 26th
September 4th and 27th
October 11th and 25th
November 6th and 22nd
December 4th and 20th
Please email to register your interest
Management & Supervisory
There are courses available to help with business planning, productivity, leadership, communications, to name but a few. Please let us know what is needed so we can build them into the course programme. We are aiming to run the Effective Manager 5 day programme in February, content below. Maximum of 10 participants on training course. Cost £750 + VAT per day. Venue - Central to participants.
To be an effective manager
Management Skills; Defining the essentials
Motivation in theory and practice; How behaviour affects others. Identifying actions to improve motivation in the workplace
Managing the performance of others; Planning, allocating work, and monitoring performance. Setting objectives.
Management style; Preference and options. The use of power and influence. The use of delegation.
Leadership and teamwork; Role of the leader and working in a team
Communicating effectively; Creating, maintaining and enhancing effective working relationships with staff, colleagues and more senior managers. Handling difficult situations including grievances and discipline. Exchanging information to solve problems and make decisions, for example, in meetings and discussions.