Management Training Programme for DEFRA

Management Training Programme for DEFRA

The core requirements for management training include • Training of all existing managers across all levels. This includes team leaders, managers and senior managers.

Management Training Programme


Contract summary



Location of contract


Value of contract (£)

£180,000 – £240,000

Published date

29 June 2015

Closing date

31 July 2015

Contract start date

02 November 2015

Contract end date

01 November 2019


The core requirements for management training include • Training of all existing managers across all levels. This includes team leaders, managers and senior managers. • Training of any new managers and any staff who have been promoted to management level or new staff with management responsibilities. • Compulsory content of training includes; Leadership/Personal Leadership Style (understanding self and others) Effective Management Skills (planning and organising, delegation, time management, effective meetings, managing conflict, managing difficult conversations, optimising performance, managing under performance) Team Building for Effective Performance (building and maintaining effective teams, motivation, coaching) Effective Resource Management (planning, organising, utilising monitoring and controlling resources) Effective Communication (giving and receiving feedback) Change Management (taking teams through change programmes) • Ability to access the following on a modular basis – employment law (awareness level); equality and diversity Other relevant areas related to creating an inclusive organisational culture which empowers and enables managers to maximise their own performance and that of their teams in line with business objectives.

About the buyer

Contact name

danielle woodall


Stonleigh Park







Other information


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How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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