Taking minutes involves more than simply writing notes, especially during virtual and remote meetings. Being able to keep up, turn notes into concise minutes and cascade the relevant action points to the right people are all critical skills that minute takers must master now more than ever.
Through the use of virtual breakout rooms that facilitate interactive writing sessions in smaller groups, gain the confidence to take better minutes.
Attend this virtual Advanced Minute Taking course, led by communications expert Sue Calthorpe, to maximise your listening and writing capabilities and gain invaluable practice and feedback.
Take part in a series of tutor-led sessions and interactive exercises aimed at the public sector, and leave the day confident in your abilities as a minute taker and generate tangible results in your role.
Course materials and resources will be distributed online to aid your learning during day.
Unlocking the Power of Virtual
Our virtual courses have been designed with you in mind. From group exercises in breakout rooms to live chat, whiteboards and interactive polls, we use a range of tools and techniques to ensure that you can connect with your trainer; network and share best practice with your peers and leave the day with the skills you need.
Our courses provide you with an interactive and engaging learning environment that can be accessed from any location, helping you to continue to connect, learn and grow. Click here to discover more!
Please note we will be using Zoom to deliver this training course.
Please see below testimonials of this virtual course:
“Fantastic course, trainer and facilitator. I am really pleased I attended the course and have learned new skills and techniques. The course was very informative, interactive and well organised. It was great to hear how the other delegates work and all help each other to improve our skills.”- Executive Assistant, Saint Francis Hospice
“I really enjoyed this course. I found many of the activities useful and the trainer was very good at delivering information whilst keeping my attention. I have certainly learnt some new skills that will make me a better minute taker going forward.” – Executive Assistant, University of Cambridge