Performance Management in Work Placement Schemes

This workshop provides non-profit supervisors and managers, with insight into how best to motivate and performance manage trainees participating in work placement schemes.

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Course Description

This workshop provides non-profit supervisors and managers, with insight into how best to motivate and performance manage trainees participating in work placement schemes.

By the end of the workshop supervisors and managers will:

  • Understand how to conduct the trainee induction process
  • Explain the challenges to be overcome when training work placement participants in a limited time frame
  • Understand the keys ways in which people are motivated to perform effectively in a work setting
  • Be able to create a role descriptor for work placement positions
  • Identify the key areas of employment law that must be considered when managing work placement participants
  • Identify the range of ways that progression can be achieved within a work placement   setting

About Instructor

Alice Quinlan

Alice Quinlan

Manager Mobile IT

PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) Graduate Diploma Advanced Materials BSc Applied Physics Alice has over 10 years’ experience as a trainer and has been the manager of Mobile IT for the past two years. During that time, she has been responsible for organising courses, curriculum design and recruiting and pre-screening for courses, running courses and ensuring sufficient support post course.

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