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CILIP courses January 2007 - Last few remaining places still available

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CILIP Training Courses - Places still available in January

Places are still available on the following CILIP training courses in January. Email [log in to unmask] or call 020 7255 0560 to reserve your provisional place. Or download a booking form from our website and fax your form today! <http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/bookingform.htm>


WORKING WITH AND IN GROUPS
16 & 17 January 2007, London

Many professionals find themselves in, or leading groups across the workplace without any training in or understanding of group dynamics or how to make the group work effectively. This two-day course will look at the different approaches to being both a member of and leading successful groups.

For more information see: <http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/md/workingingroups.htm>


ESSENTIAL LAW FOR LIS PROFESSIONALS
17 January 2007, London

This one-day course will give participants an overview of the main areas of the law that are likely to be encountered by library and information staff, or that are likely to have a significant impact on their work.

For more information see:
<http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/copylic/essentiallawforLIS.htm>


REPACKAGING YOUR RESEARCH: ADDING VALUE TO YOUR ANSWERS
18 January 2007, London

By presenting answers that are both well expressed and visually attractive, information professionals can add value to their services. This is a course suited to anyone responsible for providing extended answers to enquiries, presenting the results of desk research or creating reports

For more information see:
<http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/libinfo/repackagingresearch.htm>


DEALING WITH DIFFICULT SITUATIONS IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
23 January 2007, London

The course will help you deal more effectively with users who are angry or upset and will play a vital role in reducing your stress levels at work, increasing your confidence and providing a smooth and professional service.

For more information see: <http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/persdev/dealingdifficultacademic.htm>


VENTURING OUT OF THE LIBRARY: MANAGING OUTREACH IN THE HEALTH SECTOR
24 & 25 January 2007, London

Outreach is taking a bigger role for those health service libraries trying to encourage new users, but many LIS staff are untrained in taking the service out into specific non-user communities. This two-day course will provide participants with a way of thinking about and managing outreach.

For more information see: <http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/mp/Venturingouthealthservice.htm>


HOW TO DELEGATE EFFECTIVELY
31 January 2007, London

Delegating is not always easy when it feels like it's quicker to do it yourself. But this is not an effective use of a supervisor's time. This practical one-day course will help you learn to work smarter not harder.

For more information see: 
<http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2007/persdev/Howtodelegateeffectively.htm>

We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you.   
Happy New Year from all the CILIP Training & Development Team

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