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Collaborative Insight June 2015 - ISSUE 37

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Training & Development Programme

Following a review of its training arrangements and research on client requirements ICW have launched a new range of training and development programmes. We have teamed up with Warwick Conferences, based at the University of Warwick, which lies on the outskirts of Coventry. Situated at the very heart of England it is easily accessible by road, rail and air and provides a 1st class training environment with accommodation for delegates overnight. The new range includes:

Executive Briefing (1/2 day)

This briefing will enable senior management to appreciate in their business context the potential opportunities, benefits, challenges and development processes to ensure maximum return on investment. Fee £750 + VAT + tutor travel expenses. "In company" only.

BS 11000: Awareness (1 day)

Introducing any new initiative to an organisation can be challenging this course is focused on providing high level insight for those individuals who may be initially impacted by any changes or are being assigned to collaborative programmes. Fee: £495. Current schedule: 30 July, 3 September, 19 November, 14 January 2016.

BS 11000: Collaborative leader’s Course (4 days)

Effective implementation of any organisational initiative and embedding change requires internal ownership and leadership. This flagship fully residential programme is designed to equip internal champions to implement the BS 11000 standard and integrate solutions within the context of their organisations. Successful candidates will additionally qualify for automatic membership of ICW. Fee: £2500. Current schedule: 29 June - 2 July, 20-23 July, 10-13 August, 7-10 September, 5-8 October, 9-12 November, 7-10 December.

BS 11000: GAP analysis Workshop (2 days)

Implementing BS 11000 will impact many functional groups within an organisation. This workshop, run in company, provides both insights to the drivers of the standard and a common cross functional understanding for organisations to assess current processes and understand how to achieve BS 11000 certification. This is an "in company" programme, delivered by 2 highly qualified ICW tutors. Fee for up to 12 delegates £8000 and Tutor travel expenses.

Auditing BS 11000 course (2 days)

For those organisations seeking to adopt the British standard and seek certification by one of the ICW validated certification bodies (e.g. BSI, LRQA or SGS) they will be required to periodically undertake internal auditing of their processes. This fully residential course provides internal auditors with the knowledge to assess this unique behavioural based standard. Fee: £1200. Current schedule: 16-17 June, 15-16 September, 27-28 October, 30 November - 1 December.

Risk Management in collaboration (2 days)

Collaborative relationship risk management is an integral part of BS 11000. Understanding what constitutes relationship risk and how effective mitigation strategies can be implemented is fundamental. This fully residential course looks at the role of the Joint Risk Manager and the techniques and tools that can be used to understand the potential for relationship risks throughout the relationship life cycle. Fee: £1500. Current schedule: 17-18 November, 23-24 February 2016.

Collaborative Culture and behaviours (2 days)

The foundation for robust and effective collaboration relies on both the operating processes and the interactions of the parties involved. This two day course focuses on providing insight to the impacts cultures and behaviours have on performance, how to identify, monitor, measure and address both positive and negative behaviours. Fee: £1500. Current schedule: TBA.

Realisation of collaborative benefits (2 days)

The adoption of strategic collaborations can support of a wide variety of business objectives. This two day course is aimed at firstly providing a basis to assess the potential benefits based on numerous case studies and then realisations of these throughout the life cycle of a relationship. Fee: £1500. Current schedule: TBA.

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