Non-accredited training

Creative Corporate Solutions has crafted a boutique range of practical programs focussing on the knowledge, skills, behaviours and language required by today's changing and challenging workplace.

With the work environment becoming more uncertain, unpredictable and risk prone, along with constantly changing expectations from diverse stakeholders, learning and development must focus on; what the learner needs to know and not what the trainer knows. As a result, we do not publish generic course outlines, preferring instead to work with our clients in developing outlines that meet their objectives and expectations.

All our non-accredited courses have been independently certified by the Institute of Learning Professionals (ILP).

Project Management Fundamentals

Not everything we do is a project. But when it is a project, a specific set of processes, methods, tools and documentation are required to manage the uncertainty, complexity and risk. Projects produce change over time, and they must be managed throughout the project lifecycle (initiate, plan, execute and close) to ensure both initial objectives and final outcomes (and their subsequent changes) match.

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Applied Project Management

Project reporting is one thing; project control is quite another. Projects seldom go to plan or budget, so specific techniques are required to not only measure and report progress and status, but to also assess, analyse and control outstanding work and completion forecasts using scope, schedule and cost baseline comparisons, and adjustments.

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Microsoft Project

The leading software in project planning and management, MS Project enables project managers, schedulers and project team members to develop any number of provisional and/or final project schedules, each fully resourced and costed. With the added advantage of real-time tracking, reporting and updating, the software is an invaluable tool for any project, regardless of size or complexity.

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Contract Management Fundamentals

Standard form or bespoke contracts mandate an underlying legal framework creating legally binding agreements between the parties. One party has the obligation to provide something (perhaps a service) and the other party the obligation to provide compensation (perhaps a payment) in return. To minimise risk and to maximise profits (why else are you in business?), there are seven key elements to any contract.

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Writing Scope of Works & Technical Specifications

If only these two documents were the same thing - sadly, some people think they are. The scope of work is what you want, the specification how you want it easy, isn't it? And they both require clear, concise, complete language that is unambiguous, transparent and detailed. And let's not forget which one carries the risk, and for who.

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Managing Workplace Change

While change has an ongoing presence in everyone lives, not everyone copes equally with change. Change, and its impact can be both constructive and destructive. With over 81% of people change resistant, it must be proactively managed to be successful.

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Presenting Powerful & Engaging Presentations

Challenging other historical approaches to presentation design and many people's perennial favourite: death-by-PowerPoint, presentations must be adapted for different audiences using high impact design that is visually engaging and persuasive that not only grab people's attention, but (and more importantly) to drive them to action.

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Negotiating Joint, Amicable Outcomes

Everyone wants something; let's call it a win's. But winning has a down side; losing for someone else. While you can't afford to lose sight of the end game (outcome), you can chart another course that gets an outcome for both sides that they can live with. So it isn't about who won more; rather that each side walks away satisfied.

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Developing and Energising Teams

The reality is that teams are not naturally occurring entities they are created, developed, nurtured, tasked, and terminated. Involving both critical skills and knowledge around leadership and management, team performance needs to be cultivated from the start, recognised and rewarded. Sure, the destination is crucial, but so is the journey.

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Business Analysis

Ensuring the business has the processes, systems and people in place to perform optimally is at the heart of business analysis. The challenge though lies in accurately and completely capturing, documenting, communicating and refining the true requirements (capability) needed. Combining (a little) technical know-how, people skills and modelling techniques, the analyst is one of drivers of change.

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