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Employee Wellbeing in the Workplace

Thursday 1st March 2018, USW Treforest Campus, 9.30am – 1pm

Mental health is an emotional state we feel in our everyday living experience. This session will look at why it is your responsibility as an employer to be aware of the mental health and wellbeing of your teams and employees and what the impact on your business will be if you aren’t. We will discuss how to create a healthy workplace, prevention and interventions.

£50 per half day, contact us to book on [email protected]

Soft Skills to Tackle Data Issues

Tuesday 20th March, USW Treforest Campus, 9.30am – 1pm

Have you made investments to get more value out of data? If so, have you seen the value yet? These days, when we hear so much about big data and data science, it’s easy to think that all businesses need to do is buy the right technology and employ clever analysts. In this workshop, customer insight expert Paul Laughlin shares the missing ingredient that can make all the difference. It is the softer skills needed to tackle data issues. Paul will help you identify these skills, understand why they matter and know how to invest.

£50 per half day, contact us to book on [email protected]

I’m really glad I chose USW Commercial Services so wanted to let you know and also thank you for providing me with the tools for a completely new career

Project Manager, NHS Strategic Health Authority, South of England

I can definitely recommend the course and USW Commercial Services Ltd

Claire James, Training Officer, Memory Lane Cakes

Good level of discussion throughout. Nice and informal, relaxed debate generated by the tutor

Delegate, FA Wales