MINUTE TAKING COURSE
Well over 100 courses run so far
One-day. Up to 12 of your
delegates at your premises.
Minute Taking courses at your premises for up to 12 people.Taking the minutes can be tough and many people try to avoid what they see as a thankless task, especially when they barely understand some of the topics. However, minute taking can be made easier (though not necessarily easy) if you understand the processes involved and learn how to use them to help you.
"I've been on three minute taking courses in the past and this is by far the best one; so many practical tips".
COURSE AIM - Minute Taking Course
To help delegates to take and write better minutes of meetings and to do so faster and more easily.
taking course covers various styles of minutes and the lessons
learned are applicable to most types of
meeting. The course is popular in both the public and
private sectors, and with both
junior and more senior staff.
Organisational benefits of the Minute Taking course include: better minutes, better communications and a saving in time for chairs, committee members and minute takers.
COURSE CONTENT - Minute Taking Course
FORMATTING THE MINUTES
RESPONSIBILITIES AND PREPARATION
LISTENING AND NOTE TAKING
WRITING UP THE MINUTES
APPENDICES INCLUDED IN THE COURSE NOTES
WHO IS IT FOR? - Minute Taking Course
The course is for anyone who needs
to take the minutes of meetings and write them up afterwards. Previous
delegates have ranged from beginners to experienced PAs.
IS THERE A TRACK RECORD? - Minute Taking Course
The course has been presented over 100 times including at the following organisations as well as many others:
Please email or phone for a quotation. Email direct to Tony Atherton or phone 07976-390960.
TRAINING STYLE - Minute Taking Course
The training style uses talks, discussions, group work and practice sessions in a mix that is as appropriate as possible to the delegates. We will need to discuss your priorities with you beforehand, which may lead to your course differing slightly from the details above so as to match as accurately as possible the needs of your delegates. Full course notes are provided which also serve as reference books for later. The normal maximum number of delegates is 12.
THE TRAINER Minute Taking CoursesAs a training consultant and published writer, Tony draws on a long career in both the public and private sectors. He still takes minutes at meetings, every month. As a published writer he has four books and around 90 articles to his name.
SOME DELEGATES' COMMENTS
E-mail direct to Tony Atherton
Covers: United Kingdom
Minute Taking course: Last updated 10 Aug 2018