CORE is established as the leading blended supervisory management process in South Africa. Never before have competent supervisors mattered so much. Employees struggling with the impacts of the pandemic as well as personal and economic stress need strong leadership and direction. The programme equips supervisors with the confidence to lead in a crisis and provides them with the skills to consolidate customer relations and to navigate production challenges. Learners participate virtually from their individual computer or as groups from your IT/boardroom

Programme details

Title: CORE Supervisory Skills Programme
Qualification ID: SAQA 57712
NQF Level: 4
NQF Credits: 51
Duration: 6 days training (3 phases of 2 days)
*Optional Summative Assessment: Learners wishing to earn a Certificate of Competence need to complete a Summative Assessment (portfolio of evidence).
Completion fee: As per area, Refer to registration form
Venue: Refer to registration form

Learning outcomes

  • Lead teams to achieve targets
  • Use time optimally
  • Clarify roles and authority
  • Present and motivate ideas
  • Use a people-centered approach
  • Use appropriate leadership styles
  • Build teams in a changing environment
  • Improve two-way communication
  • Plan to improve efficiencies/reduce waste
  • Planning for team performance
  • Assigning & prioritising tasks
  • Understand motivational indicators & what motivates
  • Understand the leader’s role in motivation
  • Resolve Conflict
  • Provide constructive feedback
  • Develop a problem solving attitude
  • Engage stakeholders in analysing problems
  • Select, plan and implement solutions
  • Analyse effectiveness
  • Provide practical performance coaching
  • Lead and motivate diverse teams
  • Manage self and emotional intelligence

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“This is the perfect opportunity for supervisors to consolidate their process manufacturing experience into a nationally recognised management qualification.”