BEST Training Days
The BEST Training Days are the days when our very efficient trainers offer students of the Polytechnic of Milan training on soft skills (teamworking, teambuilding, virtual teamwork, communication, project management, time management, problem solving, IT, leadership, strategic networking, strategic planning…).
BEST TRAINING DAYS 2013
Even in the course of 2013 BEST proposes three editions the inevitable Best Training Days, missed opportunities to improve their Soft Skills.
- The first of the three editions will be held on 12 January 2013 N in the classroom 1.3 (Leonardo Campus). The topics of this edition will be: SELF MANAGEMENT in italiano (09:30-13:00) & PUBLIC SPEAKING in inglese (14:00-17:30)
- The second edition, in which there will be a training on PUBLIC SPEAKING, is scheduled forSaturday, March 9 2013 in B.5.1 (Ship Building – Leonardo Campus) pm 9:00 all 18:00.
Any changes or at times of the meetings will be posted on the website and communicated via e-mail to members.
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- In the Second Semester followed by another two editions of BTD, further information on this page soon!
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Want to gain a clearer? It is precisely the students who participated in past editions tell:
INITIATIVE – “I am satisfied with all the courses I followed: I think the proposals are fundamental issues and I wish that these courses were already there when I joined the Poles. Finally, the staff deserves a round of applause as they were explained to the subjects, for the organization in general and the availability!”
TIME MANAGEMENT – “The course in time management is particularly useful for those who study and finds it difficult to manage themselves: have seen the major causes of loss of time and how to organize various activities to be performed on the basis of urgency and importance. It was interesting to see then explained the criteria to define their personal goals. Finally, two techniques were presented rapidly, “Getting Things Done” and “Pomodoro Technique”, useful to better organize their time.”
LEADERSHIP – “In this course we have seen that has characteristics of a leader and what types of leaders exist. As in other sessions there has been limited to theory but have been made party games (very funny) which allowed to actually see what it means to be a leader.”
PUBLIC SPEAKING – “The course was interesting: was explained as the communication is mostly nonverbal, Some techniques for better mastering your body and voice, as well as how to structure a speech. The practical part, in which each had the opportunity to speak in front of other participants, was useful because it was recorded so that everyone could see and correct their “errors” the use of gestures and voice. It would have been nice to have more time, to be devoted especially to the practical part.”