Training is more than knowledge; it is the practical transfer of industry-based experience and skills for daily use.
Does your staff need in-house training?
Gwen has lectured in marketing for IMM students, journalism for Damelin students and on conferences, events and exhibitions for Damelin and Tshwane University of Technology. She has run commercial training courses in Botswana, South Africa, Mauritius and Namibia under the name of Skywalkers.
- Get Eventing offers practical one-day courses that produce memorable conferences & events suitable for in-house staff or professional event organiser’s requirements – modules can be combined to create tailored courses for corporate or government requirements over two days. More advanced courses enhance experienced event organiser’s skills and introduce professional risk management; budgeting for profit; project management; greening; and exhibition management.
- Get Managing workshops identify successful management characteristics and attitudes and address specific management issues. They cover empowering techniques for business and personal use, including body language, positive thinking, goal setting, time management and business presentation proficiencies. Many concepts based on world-renowned neuro-linguistic programming techniques, of which Gwen is a Master Practitioner.
- Get Marketing covers practical sales, marketing and communication advice for small and medium businesses wanting to outrival their competitors and stretch their marketing budget. It includes public relations tips.
- Get Writing lets Gwen, as a seasoned journalist, clue you up on all the tips you need for professional writing – workshops cover writing press releases, company brochures and report writing. Delegates can have their written work evaluated after the course.
- Get in Front workshops enable frontline staff to enhance telephone answering and messaging, writing, filing and electronic diary skills. Further workshops address meeting arranging and standard business communication.
Her training manual ‘Starting your own farming business’ has been translated into Setswana.