Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Training Courses

Training Courses

 
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TERTIARY COURSES
  • Certificates are evidence of your increasing knowledge, experience and value in your workplace.
  • This qualification is aimed at people looking to become Health and Safety Managers, or people who want to operate as external consultants responsible for health and safety management.
  • Managing a business, or business unit, requires a broad skillset. This Diploma allows you to learn these skills in a practical, cohesive way. You’ll study a range of topics and apply your learning in your business throughout the programme to achieve measurable results.
SHORT PUBLIC COURSES
  • Good health and safety in the workplace is not only a legal requirement, it’s also fundamental to operating a good business.
  • Our Human Resources and Employment Law workshops will show you how to provide direction and shape your workplace culture and environment using the correct processes and procedures.
  • Our Management and Leadership programmes are based on real issues facing New Zealand businesses. You will gain knowledge of the key functions of management and the super leadership skills necessary to develop highly efficient teams.
  • Discover how our committed team of customer service and sales facilitators will not only help you achieve and/or build on a successful career in customer service or sales, but will inspire you to be super!
  • Using a non-technical approach, our practical workshops give you a thorough understanding of the various components of better business management, arming you with the latest techniques to help give your business a competitive edge.
  • Our workshops are specifically designed to boost self-confidence and maximise your potential or the potential of a team member. A crucial part of building better businesses is by investing in the personal development of yourself and your team.
  • EMA Learning provides training in common computer applications used by businesses today. We also provide training on digital media and web-based technologies that are shaping the modern workplace.

Training sessions range from half-day to 1, 2 or 3 full-day training ​sessions.

Half- day sessions typically run for 3 hours either in the morning (9.00am - 12.30pm) or in the afternoon (1.00pm - 4.30pm).
Full-day sessions start at 9.00am and end at 4.00pm.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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