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The Web-based seminar is a relatively new concept. It is a presentation or workshop delivered over the Web, allowing staff to participate from their desks.

The Webinar is fully interactive so while watching the presentation on screen and hearing the lecture, attendees can ask questions and enter into discussion with the lecturer. Sessions typically last 60 minutes, and supported by course notes, downloads and reading just like more conventional training.

Standard topics

Change and Transition – how to manage it  View

Time Management – doing more, simply View

Work-Life Balance – keeping a healthy perspective View

Understanding and Coping with Loss View

Caring for a Dependent – practical and emotional issues View

Developing Personal Resilience – top tips for everyone  View

Raising Resilient Children View

Maintaining Healthy Workplace Relationships View

Dealing with Stress – and the pressure of daily demands View

Planning for Retirement View

Other topics by arrangement

Better Communication with Children and Teenagers

Elder Care – supporting someone you love

Caring for the Carer – how to avoid burnout and compassion fatigue.

Webinars offer a cost effective and accessibly way to deliver training to groups of any size. Used correctly they are an engaging medium, and increasingly popular with employers and their staff. The above titles are available as existing products; I have been delivering them via the Webex platform for the past two years. Contact me to see how I can deliver these topics to your staff.

Please note:

These titles can also be delivered as Lunch and Learn sessions if face to face training is required.

 

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