1800 429 266

STEP UP Training Opportunities 

StepUp Leadership Management

Are you looking to improve your organisation's leadership and management skills? Free training is available!

StepUp Leadership and Management (StepUp LM) is working in partnership with HAZCON and is now delivering three new (non-OHS) training courses. 

As a HAZCON client we are pleased to offer you free places on upcoming training courses as part of an introductory offer.

Currently free training places on several training session are being offered. These short training programs are aimed at:

  • People managers, line managers and supervisors;
  • Teams and work groups aiming for a more dynamic and effective work environment; and
  • Business professionals who want to develop practical skills and approaches to problem solving, creative idea generation and utilise decision making tools.
Course Title: Dates: Location: Cost: Enrol:
Problem solving and decision making        

Problem solving and decision making

Wednesday 14th August 2019

Notting Hill FREE

Enquire

 

Thursday 12th September 2019 Notting Hill  FREE Enquire

 

Tuesday 22nd October 2019 Notting Hill FREE Enquire
Lead, motivate and inspire        
Lead, motivate and inspire Monday 26th August 2019 Notting Hill FREE Enquire
  Wednesday 9th October 2019 Notting Hill FREE Enquire
Building High Performance Teams        
Building High Performance Teams Wednesday 19th June Notting Hill FREE Enquire
  Friday 16th August 2019 Notting Hill FREE Enquire
  Friday 20th September 2019 Notting Hill FREE Enquire

If you are interested you can call us on 1800 429 266 or via email: training@hazcon.com.au

 

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