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Training news: courses offer sales and interviewing methods

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first_img Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Training news: courses offer sales and interviewing methodsOn 21 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today The Recruitment and Employment Confederation is to run two one-day training courses in Belfast on telephone sales and interviewing techniques. They are aimed at those new to recruitment or who want a refresher course. The workshops are the beginning of a development of further training programmes in Belfast by the company. For information, call 020-7462 3270.www.rec.uk.com Businesses must not let ‘super-users’ teach ITThe National Computing Centre has warned businesses that they may be jeopardising their future by leaving IT training in the hands of “super-users”. These skilled computers staff are filling a gap but are guiding colleagues through informal training and then leaving the company when they realise the value of their skills. The organisation says that as businesses become increasingly IT-dependent, responsibility for training is falling between IT and HR. It advises managers to work with IT and HR to plan the content of training courses, together with staff development programmes to enhance other skills.www.ncc.co.uk Link drawn between low skills and low trainingThe training of carers for very young and older people is a national priority, according to the Training Standards Council. In a report for the DfEE, the council says there is a correlation between poor workplace practice and poor training. It also says there are too few qualified supervisors in residential care homes, a lack of staff with management and skills, and insufficient help and guidance for trainees. In social care, 80 per cent of the workforce is unqualified and in domiciliary care, the figure is 93 per cent. The council’s chief inspector, David Sherlock, said many of its recommendations were being addressed by the Government after it drew attention to serious problems last year, but further action was still needed.www.tsc.gov.uk  Orchestra highlights parallels with businessThe City of London Sinfonia orchestra has launched a music-based management training programme. Drum Street provides an innovative training approach which draws on the parallels between how a world-class orchestra and an efficient business operate.last_img read more

Essequibo skittled for 145, Select U-17 on 77-3 in reply

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first_img… Hand-in-Hand U-19 3-Day Inter-CountyDESPITE a late start on day two of their third round Hand-in-Hand U-19 3-Day Inter-County encounter at Everest Cricket Club ground, the Select U-17s turned in an impressive all-round bowling effort to skittle out Essequibo for 145 just before the lunch interval.In response, at stumps the U-17s were on 77-3 trailing by 68 runs with a couple of batsmen getting starts but failing to carry on.After Wednesday’s heavy rainfall washed out most of day one, play started yesterday at 12:40hrs. However, all of the Select U-17 bowlers chipped in and eventually bowled out the Essequibians for just 145 off 53.1 overs.Only opener Orlando Jailall (30), Ameer Singh (29) and Azim Mohamed with 24 managed any innings of substance.The pick of the bowlers for the Select U-17 was once again off-spinner Chandrapaul Ramraj, who bagged an astonishing 3 for 6 from his 10 overs which included six maidens. He received support from Mervan Prashad who took 2 wickets without conceding a run from his 1.1 overs.When U-17 took strike, opener Rampertaub Ramnauth was run-out for just one. However, Matthew Nandu and Zeynul Ramsammy built a partnership of 42 before Nandu also fell victim to a run-out, for 24, which included two boundaries and a maximum.Ramsammy was next to walk back to the pavilion trapped lbw by spinner Lance Roberts for 28 (4×1). At the close Mavindra Dindyal was unbeaten on 21 with Andre Seepersaud not out on one.Play resumes today at 09:30hrs.last_img read more

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