College of Business Management and Newton College invites high school students who are preparing for graduation, an interactive seminar on „How to effectively learn.“
Under the guidance of an experienced professional to learn how to increase the efficiency of your study and effort to train memory, learning how to relax, how to select from a large number of curriculum material and other useful hints and tips. Some of the techniques You try and train the right at the seminar.
** Practical tips for effective teaching / training memory and mnemonic / Ability to select the material / graphic tools for learning / Energy concept of „flow“ Working with internal energy / Internal Account and unfinished shapes / Daily rhythms / Mental / sense of things and what actually goes in life **
The seminar aims to help maturantům successfully handle challenging time to wait before leaving examination and entrance exam to university.
** Dates **: Tue – 15th ** March 2011 ** 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday – 22nd ** March 2011 ** 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thu – 24th ** March 2011 ** 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location: ** University College, Newton, Rašínova 2 **, Brno (4th floor, room No. 5)
** How do I apply? ** Participation is free, the capacity of participants in a seminar is limited. Determines the order of (date) log. Therefore should be reported as soon as possible but no later than Friday before date of event (ie 3rd to the 11th, 18th or 25th 3rd 3rd), email: firstname.lastname@example.org Registration for the seminar include your name and the date on which you are applying. The subject of the email write "LEARN HOW TO EFFECTIVELY.
** About the lecturer – Ing. Milan Bobek, MSc .** British CTP certificate holder for lecturers and organizers of the CIPD training, graduate training, three coaches, a number of postgraduate management courses focused on the effectiveness of group work, team building, team leadership and communication. Founding member of Czech Association of Coaches. He has more than 10 years of managerial experience in human resource management. On the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies in cooperation with the Technical University of Sheffield Hallam University, received his MSc. in the field of strategic human resource management. Currently a partner and consultant at Newton Focused Solutions, Inc. to Newton College lecturer since 2004, where he teaches courses focusing on personal growth and work effectively with people. He specializes in coaching, moderating, working with individuals and with groups and team building.
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