Business Skills

Small Business MOT

This course can be booked online.




09:30 - 12:30


3 hours x 1 session

a half day workshop to look at where the business is currently in relation to their goals and where they want to be in the future – using coaching techniques asking useful questions to keep small businesses motivated and the opportunity to see what they are doing well and what they adjust to enable them to do even better.

An Introduction to Writing Case Studies and Reports

This course can be booked online.




12:30 - 14:30


2 hours x 5 sessions

The aim of the course is to introduce you to the basics of writing case studies and reports. This course will cover a wide range of techniques, including some English language practise and other 'tools' which students would find useful to include. You will be taught using a variety of different techniques, such as classroom discussion, worksheets, some independent research, power points and much more. You can expect to have a greater understanding of how to write case studies and reports with the techniques given to you by the tutor.

You will be asked to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) at the beginning of the course/workshop. The ILP is a way for you to identify your strengths, challenges and interests and set your own personal targets. This, in turn, will inform the tutor of your starting point and ensure you will get the best out of your course. With your tutor you will revisit the ILP regularly so that progress and further actions can be discussed, agreed and recorded.

E-Presentation (Powerpoint)

This course can be booked online.




10:00 - 12:00


2 hours x 4 sessions

This course is an introduction course and aims to develop your working knowledge and confidence of Microsoft PowerPoint, for use at home or in the workplace. The course is designed at an introductory level. By the end of the course you will be able to use Microsoft PowerPoint to create vibrant and fluent presentations.