Learn how to manage your time and priorities better. Relax, confident that you are getting more of the right things done.

Time management teaches you how to use your time most effectively. This is especially useful at work where the pressure to achieve more than is possible in the time available is never-ending.

Learning to manage your time will increase your productivity and reduce your stress levels. You will be able to relax, safe in the knowledge that you are focused on your most important tasks.

Our expert trainers can show you how to make sure that you are focusing your time and energy on your most important tasks. They will also show you how to spot and avoid ‘time vampires’ that consume your time.

They have many years of experience and will help you develop a system to make lasting improvements to how you manage your time.


By the end of this course, you will be have learned a variety of strategies to get control of your time when you return to the office.

You will understand where you are currently going wrong and what the underlying causes of this are.

You will return to the office with a plan for how to manage your time effectively while remaining flexible to the inevitable changes that life will throw at you.


You don’t need any particular skills or experience in order to attend this course.

It is very useful if prior to the course you could keep a time diary for a week or so. This will simply contain what you have spent your work days doing and also note any particular issues that came up.


Our courses run from 9.30am to roughly 4.15pm.

You don’t need to bring anything with you and there is no dress code.

Please come wearing whatever you are most comfortable in.

They include:

✔ Refreshments throughout the day and plenty of biscuits
✔ A tasty, freshly prepared lunch
✔ Comfortable, fully air-conditioned classrooms
✔ Expert instructors


  • Understanding what’s important to you – how your personal values impact your time management
  • How you currently spend your time
  • Urgent vs important
  • Dealing with time vampires
  • Avoiding distractions
  • Using to Do/Memory lists
  • Being fair to yourself and others
  • Fixed and movable items
  • Prioritisation
  • Planning your time whilst remaining flexible
  • Keeping deadlines and promises
  • Diary management
  • Delegation
  • Effective meetings