Course Description

This short course will help you to learn about how to use resources efficiently and effectively within the workplace. You will learn about the following:

  • Different types of resources used in the workplace
  • Importance of sufficient resources, and the implications of shortfalls
  • Methods to plan and procedures for obtaining the necessary resources
  • Methods of resolving problems/shortfalls in supply
  • Simple measures to ensure the safe and efficient use of resources within the team
  • Concepts of capital, consumable, fixed and variable costs as indicators of where team leader can make a difference
  • Compliance with organisational, legal and regulatory standards

Course curriculum

    1. Video 4 - The safe and effective use of resources

    2. The safe and effective use of resources slides

    1. Video 5 - Using resources efficiently - part 2

    2. Using resources efficiently - part 2 slides

    1. Video 6 - How to monitor the use of resources

    2. How to monitor the use of resources slides

About this course

  • £49.99
  • 14 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content
  • £335.00

    ILM Level 2 Award in Leadership and Team Skills

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Tutor Marie O'Donnell

I have over 10 years’ experience of managing and leading together with over 20 years’ experience in teaching leadership, management and teacher training. My experience ensures that I can relate to your workplace issues and offer realistic, practical solutions. I have taught extensively across the three sectors; public, private and voluntary which enables me to understand issues facing all three sectors.I have a strong background in managing and developing others and my goal in life is to see others thrive.I don’t teach from the textbook. Yes, they are important however life doesn’t always work like it does in the movies and work doesn’t always work the same way as it does in books. That said, reading is important therefore I try to bring management models to life using my own work experience so that they make more sense and can be applied to improve your working practice. I also realise that some learners are daunted by what I call ‘management babble’. I will help you to understand this ‘babble’ but more importantly, I won’t be using it in my sessions.