Giving direction to your career training
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Workplace Learning means that you learn exactly what you need. With the trainer you determine your specific objectives. Over a period of maximum 3 months and within your day-to-day work, you develop the competences you need through specific assignments and feedback. Check the Spoken Language on the left for language info.
What is Giving direction to your career
Do you recognize yourself in the following? You do your work and you arrange what your manager asks you, but you do not feel that you give much direction to your career. In addition, you do not know exactly what you would want if you were given a free hand. Or you know what you want, but before you know it, another year has gone by and you have still not have come closer to your goals. We can imagine that you want to be better able to find out how you can take full control yourself. In this training we offer you that opportunity. You examine the many ways in which you can give direction to your career. You discover how you, both now and in the future, can decide what is important to you in your life and career. You get advice on how to formulate your targets and how to determine the steps required to achieve your goals.
You want to have focus in your career. In this training you will start with the preparation of a personal mission statement. On that basis, you determine your personal goals, you give priority to the goals that must be achieved first and then translate them into concrete actions. At the end of the training, you have techniques to give direction to your career and you have also put the first steps in place.
After completion of the training:
- You can write and update a mission statement, that is, make a list of things that are important in your life.
- You can define and prioritize goals for the future.
- You know how you can deal with beliefs and feelings that are blocking you from reaching your objectives.
- You know how to make your goals SMART.
- You know how you can find resources for achieving the goals.
- You can determine the steps required to achieve your objectives.
- You are able to draw up an action plan and take the necessary steps.
Who should attend the Giving direction to your career
The training is designed for employees who want to give direction to their work and private life.
The individual character of the training will ensure that it corresponds to your own experience and learning goals. You work with practical tasks, assignments with colleagues, and practice in your own work situation, perform self reflection and spar with your tutor.
Every week you discuss the completed assignments with your tutor by phone or mail. The total study is approximately three (working) days within a period of up to three months, depending on your learning objectives and time.
The training is tailored to the needs of the participants, whether you join a group course, or if you join an individual course like Workplace Learning.
No specific prior knowledge or prior education is required for participation in the training.
You want to give direction to your career. In this course you start by drafting a personal mission statement. Based on that, you determine your personal goals, give priority to the goals that must first be realized and then translate them into concrete actions. At the end of the training you have techniques to give direction to your career and you have also taken the first steps for this. After completing the training: you can write and update a mission statement, ie make an overview of the things that are important in your life, you can formulate goals for the future and you know how to deal with the beliefs and feelings that it has. reaching the goal getting in the way you know how to make the goals SMART you know how to find resources for achieving the goals you can determine the steps required for the goals you are able to draw up an action plan and steps to put.
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