Gardiner Centre is a professional development and training link between the Faculty of Business Administration, Memorial University, and the business community in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond. Gardiner Centre is committed to advancing the professional and management competencies of private and public sector organizations, leaders and employees. Our network of instructors, practitioners and industry partners allows us to offer forward-thinking training, custom solutions and business events to help your organization grow and compete in today's business environment.
The Institute for Corporate Directors (ICD), Crown Director Effectiveness course is coming to Gardiner Centre on May 10. This one-day short course, introduces directors to the unique circumstances and challenges that often exist when serving government controlled entities.
A new 5 Module program designed to address challenges that arrive as a result of differing views, goals and objectives.
A revision of the Human Resource Development program this new program is more comprehensive, incorporating the key knowledge areas and competencies necessary to meet the demands of the ever-changing Human Resource profession.
A new program designed to focus on the core communication skills that professionals and employers are seeking. This program includes 4 modules that will enhance your verbal, written and presentation skills, as well as your ability to adapt your communication style to the audience.
If you register 5 or more individuals from the same organization in a *seminar, receive one free registration!
Contact Jackie Collins at email@example.com or 709-864-2131 for further details.
*Seminar applies to any 1-3 day seminar, as well as Supervisory Management Skills modules.
The Canada – Newfoundland and Labrador Job Grant Program provides financial assistance to private and non-profit employers to offset the cost of providing training to new or current employees. Employers can access to up to $10,000 in government support for employee training per trainee! More information on the funding application can be found at www.aes.gov.nl.ca .