CILIP TRAINING& DEVELOPMENT: training courses for 2009
Don't leave it too late - get your January courses booked in. With no financial commitment from you, CILIP will hold you a place for 10 working days to give you time sort any paperwork. Here's our full January course round up:
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING: ACADEMIC SECTOR
14 JANUARY 2009, LONDON PM
A popular CILIP half-day training course - learn more about copyright and licensing as it applies to the academic library. Gain sound knowledge of copyright exceptions, library privilege, copyright declaration forms and the range of licences available for the FE and HE sectors.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/copylic/Copyrightandlicensingacademicsector.htm
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING: COMMERCIAL AND LEGAL SECTOR
14 JANUARY 2009, LONDON AM
Gain a good understanding of copyright law and exceptions, the distinction between copying for commercial and non-commercial purpose and look at licensing as a way of expanding permissible copying. A popular half-day course that covers copyright and licensing specifically for those working in the commercial or legal sector.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/copylic/copyrightandlicensingcommercialandlegalsector.htm
ASSERTIVENESS FOR MANAGERS
15 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
Explore the use of assertiveness in management to feel more confident in work. The day will involve lots of practical work including delegating difficult tasks and resolving conflict and the opportunity to assess your own behaviour in a variety of circumstances on this well-established CILIP training course.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/md/assertivenessformanagers.htm
FINDING AND UNDERSTANDING (FREE) HEALTH INFORMATION IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES
20 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
A new CILIP course which offers a practical guide to satisfy common health-related enquiries often encountered by staff in public libraries. Gain confidence in using the Internet to give informed and reliable answers, being aware of the various health websites out there, knowing your way around them and understanding their strengths and weaknesses.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/research/findingandunderstandingfreehealthresourcesinpubliclibraries.htm
TEACHING SKILLS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LIBRARIANS
21 JANUARY & 10 FEBRUARY 2009, LONDON
All school librarians teach; either one-to-one in the library or to small groups or whole classes working on assignments. This course focuses on the knowledge, skills and strategies needed to make that teaching as effective as possible.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/tl/teachingskillsforsecondaryschoollibrarians.htm
LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: PROCUREMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
22 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
The role of the library management system (LMS) in information provision is increasingly under question. Many organisations are stuck with poor systems that no longer meet business requirements. This course evaluates the current library systems landscape and assesses some of the risks involved.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/libinfo/librarymanagementsystemsprocurementandimplementation.htm
ADVANCED DESK RESEARCH SKILLS
27 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
An essential CILIP training course for anyone who is required to undertake in-depth desk-research. You will have the opportunity to research your own topic of interest during the day, developing your own project plan, preparing reports and presenting findings. An advanced course for researchers who want to refine their skills.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/research/advanceddeskresearchskills.htm
BOYS AND READING
28 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
Boys' reading is back in the headlines! This new CILIP course provides an opportunity to explore boys' reading, how to identify effective strategies for encouragement and the role of the library in supporting this in school and public libraries.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/childyoung/boysandreading.htm
MARKETING PLANNING: ACADEMIC SECTOR
28 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
Marketing planning brings together specific activities to meet an academic library's marketing objectives. How does this process unfold and is it worth the effort? Who does what and when? Gain a sound knowledge of marketing planning best practice and learn the quick wins needed to help keep energy in your planning processes.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/mp/marketingplanningacademicsector.htm
PROFESSIONALISM IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PRACTICE
29 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
A new CILIP one-day workshop that offers an opportunity to reflect on the topical and controversial issues that fundamentally affect LIS work, actively challenging you to consider models of professionalism and their relevance to your roles and responsibility - clarifying and scrutinising principles, concepts and values.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/md/professionalisminlibraryandinformationpractice.htm
SETTING UP AND DELIVERING AN INFORMATION SERVICE
29 JANUARY 2009, LONDON
A step-by-step lively and participative CILIP training course that will help make best use of your resources as you set up or revive your existing information service. On the day you will learn how to maximise your effectiveness with time and budgetary constraints.
FULL DETAILS: http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2009/libinfo/settingupanddeliveringaninformationservice.htm
You can browse our full selection of courses for 2009, online. See what we have in store: http://www.cilip.org.uk/trainingcourses
Don't forget, all CILIP members receive up to 40% discount on all CILIP Training courses.