MiTraining’s micro training courses are just that – a short, affordable and immediate skill update in a practical skill area. Each course is full of tips, takeaways and reflective questions to test and build your knowledge.
- Complete the courses in around 3-12 hours for a fast skill update
- Receive a Certificate of Completion to add a new credential to your bank of skills
- Engaging learning in an easy to understand format
- Courses include activities and reflective questions
- Self paced (learn in your own time)
- Enrol online for immediate access
How is Micro Training different?
Micro Training is also referred to as micro learning or micro credentialing. It deals with small learning units that focus on a particular skill. The difference between some types of micro learning is the learning outcome.
A number of international providers such as Coursera and Udemy offer micro learning in a video-based format. That means the courses may be a series of “talking heads” sharing their expertise. In comparison, MiTraining’s Micro Training is designed to train and teach you so that there is a tangible, practical learning outcome.
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To achieve important outcomes in the workplace it is important to communicate assertively utilising a full range of communication mediums while sustaining robust and productive working relationships.
Basic Business Budgeting
Budgets are one of the most important financial statements for your business. Developing and maintaining a budget supports key decisions around the performance, growth and direction of your business. This course will provide you with the foundation knowledge needed to develop a basic understanding of budgets and the budgeting process.
Being a Mentor
This self-paced short course provides a detailed insight into the role of a mentor and how a successful mentor/mentee relationship can be fostered.
Business Networking Basics
This practical short course is full of tips, advice and tactics to help you succeed at business networking. You’ll develop an understanding of how to use networking as a business development tool, and some techniques for approaching networking situations.
Creating a Safety Culture
What is a safety culture? A workplace culture that promotes the safety places a high level of importance on the beliefs, values and attitudes towards safety issues within the organisation.
Deliver Training in Your Workplace
Whether you’re a manager, supervisor or a trusted member of the team, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be asked to train others. It could be a new staff member, apprentice or a current team member who needs to learn a new skill set, business procedure, technical software or machinery.
Developing Customer Loyalty
This self-paced short course will provide you with strategies to improve customer loyalty and deliver these through your organisation.
Love them or loathe them, when run well, meetings can help bring a team together and get things done.
Handling Conflict at Work
Conflict can rear its head in any aspect of your personal or professional life. Avoiding conflict might feel like a safe option, but can often leave the issue unresolved and simmering away.
Handling conflict well is a skill anyone can learn – and getting it right can even turn difficult relationships into positive ones.
Handling Customer Complaints
This self-paced short course is designed to give you a better understanding of why it is not only important to respond to customer feedback but equally important to help them complain.
Health and Safety Leadership
This self-paced short course provides you with the tools you need to be a workplace saftey champion and safety leader.
Influencing and Negotiation Skills
Become and effective influencer and negotiator in your workplace with this introductory short course.
Innovation in the Workplace
Innovation is about using creativity to enhance the performance of a process, person and teams which leads to a more productive and successful organisation.
Managing a Sales Team
This self-paced short course offers an introductory guide to key elements of the sales management process for newly appointed sales managers.
Managing Off-site Staff
This course will help you develop approaches to successfully leading off-site teams. You’ll develop an understanding of the procedures and structures required to ensure remote teams are safe, productive and performing at their best.
Managing Work Stress
The short course will help you better understand the causes of stress and how you it can be managed in a work environment. You’ll develop ways to identify stressors and tactics to help deal with how stress manifests in you.
Manual Handling Awareness
This short course is a practical refresher for staff who engage in manual handing practices in the workplace and is ideal to include as part of an employee induction program.
Microsoft Excel Essentials (2013)
This self-paced, online course will take you through the essential tools and functionality of Excel 2013 with easy to understand examples.
Microsoft PowerPoint Essentials (2013)
This online short course will teach you the basics for using Microsoft PowerPoint 2013.
Microsoft Word Essentials (2013)
This self-paced, online course will take you through the essential tools and functionality of MS Word 2013 with easy to understand examples.
Plan and Implement Employee Inductions
Induction programs are the formal process of ensuring new hires, or workers moving from one job to another, are introduced comprehensively to the business. This self-paced short course will provide you with a step by step guide to establishing a customised induction program in your business.
Planning and Delivering a Conference
This self- paced short course will step you through the business conference organising process. From identifying the purpose of the conference to confirming budgets this is a must do course for anyone that has been asked to bring a conference together and needs a place to start.
Promote Your Small Business
There’s no doubt that small business owners are pulled in different directions. Your focus might be split between keeping the books, getting back to customers and, if you’re a sole trader, actually carrying out the service yourself. When things get busy, it’s often marketing and promotions that tend drop in priority.
Skills for Conducting Interviews
Knowing what to ask, things to look out for and information to gather from an interview will lead to employing the right person with the right skills.
The Confident Communicator
You’ve heard the phrase ‘walk the talk’, but what about ‘talk the walk’? It’s what some of the most successful people do at work…they’re able to explain and communicate in a way that is compelling, inspiring to get people moving in the same direction.
The Smart Project Planner
Knowing how to coordinate a project – large or small, from go-to-whoa – is a job skill that can really take you places. Tackling any job of any shape or size with a project management approach can produce better results faster, more cost effectively and with a team that feels valued.
Time Management at Work
The challenge of managing your time at work is…well…as old as time.
Dealing with multiple, competing tasks and priorities can leave you feeling stressed and unproductive. It can also have a knock-on effect to other aspects of your work and personal life.
Understand Customer Needs
Most people understand the importance of providing good customer service, but this course can help you deliver it.