PA Life Training Day packs useful content into one day

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Our fourth Training Day takes place on 12 November at the ILEC Conference Centre at the Ibis London Earls Court. It’s bigger and even better than before, with more sessions, more speakers, more experts, more choice and more learning opportunities.

New speakers for November include Lindsay Taylor, Director of Your Excellency; Training Consultant Candy Bowman; Shelley Fishel, Founder of The IT Training Surgery; and Dr Clare Howard of Academy28. Meanwhile, popular demand spells the return of Heather Baker of Baker Thompson Associates and Adam Fidler of Adept Executive Consulting.

Morning sessions include Moonwalking bears – an introduction to neuro-linguistic programming; Assertive and confident communication; and Be an exceptional PA.

In the afternoon, PAs can attend sessions such as Further perspectives and strategies for a successful PA/boss working relationship; Workflow and productivity for PAs; Using social media to build your personal brand; Create excellent spreadsheets and show Outlook who is boss; The skills and value of today’s PA; and Making appraisals work for you and your career development.

Attendees also have the chance to network with other PAs and a selection of useful suppliers. Black cab app Gett is once again the headline sponsor for the Training Day and its representatives will be on hand to discuss your company’s transportation needs.

Assistants from companies such as BT, Bupa, HM Treasury, HSBC, KPMG, Mercedes-Benz, Red Bull Technology, BBC and Lloyds Banking Group have already signed up. With only a week to go, PAs are encouraged to sign up now to secure a place in their choice of topics.

Attendance costs £295+VAT for a full day, (including a networking buffet lunch) or £175 for half. To register, visit palife.co.uk/trainingday, email trainingcourses@palife.co.uk, or call Jack Risley on 01992 374064.

 

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