Capital training courses and schools
Capital Markets and Derivatives programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 19 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.



RMIT Training

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: 03 9925 8111

Management of Intellectual Assets

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students will acquire an understanding of the&,nature of intellectual assets and&, their significance to growth, performance improvement, value creation and competitive advantage in biotechnology and high technology organizations.&, Students will learn the importance of good managment of people, processes and physical systems to sustaining information and knowledge based activities and achieving organization objectives.

Futures and Options - Instruments and Markets

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course is intended to familiarise you with the concepts of derivative securities, their nature, how they are priced, and how they are used. Derivative securities are so called because they are derived from an underlying asset. The most familiar derivative securities are futures and options (call and put). In recent years there has been an explosion of applications of derivative securities in portfolios. The concepts of derivatives is becoming more important to understand these applications, There are several advantages of using derivative securities, for instance transaction costs in derivative markets are usually less that those prevailing in cash markets. The volume of trading in derivatives often exceeds the volume of trading in the underlying asset. Derivatives are used for hedging, speculation, and managing risk profiles. It is now difficult to imagine how modern financial and commodities markets could function without the availability of efficient, liquid, derivati... [Read More]


Holmesglen

Training Centres/Campuses: Chadstone, Melbourne, Moorabbin, Waverley, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: 1800 800 007

Investing In The Stockmarket

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Understand stock market terms such as diversification, risk, stock types, blue chip, speculative investments and market indices. Discover what they are and how they work on a day-to-day basis. Investigate what to look for in new share floats and discuss stockbroker services, dividend imputation and dividend reinvestment plans, gearing, taxation issues (including capital gains tax), income splitting and more.

Students will: Gain knowledge of stock market terms Develop an understanding of diversification, types of risk and types of stock Develop an appreciation of market indices, price and value of shares, gearing, investment and speculation Gain knowledge of how the Stock market operates on a day to day basis Understand the implications of dividend imputation and capital gains tax plus income splitting Gain knowledge of dividend reinvestment plans


Capital Careers Pty Limited

Training Centre/Campus: Canberra, ACT, Australia
Phone No.: (02) 6253 0682

The Workplace Coach Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This workshop will enable workplace coaches to plan their
coaching role more effectively so they can motivate staff
members to set goals, develop new skills, enhance their
performance and/or develop personally and professionally. It
covers topics such as positive behaviours and coaching styles.
Many workplace coaches also need to instruct, demonstrate and
assess workplace skills. The workshop covers a range of basic
instruction and assessment techniques and provides an
opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and
receive feedback on their performance.
Content ?What is coaching?
?Planning your activities
?What coaching style works best?
?Positive behaviours
?Your legal responsibilities as a coach
?Organising your instruction and demonstration
?Instruction, demonstration, feedback and practice
?Assessing performance
?Reviewing the process

Windows 7

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course aims to provide the participants with the ability to
use and operate the software to perform tasks that include
starting applications, creating folders, copying and moving files,
performing searches and personalising Windows.
Content ?Gain an overview of Windows 7 including windows and
menus
?Use the Start menu and Taskbar to open and manage
programs
?Understand data storage and navigate your computer’s
drives, folders and files
?Navigate the folder hierarchy and work with folders
?Manage files on the computer
?Create short cuts
?Work with the Recycle Bin to manage deleted items
?Use the search facility to locate files on your computer
?Personalise your computer and the desktop
?Work with desktop icons, including creating, selecting,
arranging and deleting
?Learn how to use Windows Help and Support

Microsoft Excel 2010

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course aims to give the new spreadsheet user a thorough
grounding in the basics of spreadsheeting and using Microsoft
Excel 2010. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of
accuracy, good formula building techniques, and sound
formatting and design principles.
Content ?Navigate your way around Microsoft Excel 2010
?Create a new workbook
?Open and navigate within workbooks and worksheets
?Understand and work with ranges in a worksheet
?Understand, create and work with formulas and function
used to perform calculations
?Copy and paste date in Excel
?Understand and use formula cell referencing to create more
complex formulas
?Use font formatting techniques to enhance the spreadsheets
appearance
?Align the contents of cells
?Format rows and columns
?Understand and use number formatting features
?Print your workbook data
?Create effective charts

Microsoft Outlook 2010

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course aims to give the learner the ability to manage email,
schedule appointments, and keep track of contact information.
Content ?Gain an overview of the benefits of email
?Start Outlook 2010 and navigate the various features
?Create and send email messages
?Receive emails in your inbox
?Competently work with file and item attachments within
email messages
?Work with message flags and reminders
?Work effectively with junk email
?Work with the calendar feature
?Create and work with contacts
?Create and work with tasks

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course aims to give participants the skills and knowledge to
create real-world presentations. Learn how to run a slide show,
print and publish presentations.
Content ?Work with the basic features of PowerPoint
?Work with a presentation
?Create a new presentation
?Work with the various slide layouts
?Insert text onto a slide and apply basic formatting
?Create and work with SmartArt graphics
?Draw and format shapes
?Navigate a slideshow
?Use a range of printing techniques
?Find the information you need in Help

Microsoft Word 2010

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course aims to give the learner a very good basic
understanding in the use of Microsoft Word 2010 to create
everyday documents using features such as formatting, printing
and creating tables.
Content ?Basic features of word
?Create a new document
?Use Help to find information
?Work with a documents
?Select and work with text in a document
?Cut and copy information within and between documents
?Use a range of font formatting techniques
?Format paragraphs
?Use page layout features
?Create and modify tables
?Print a document

Administrative Writing Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This workshop is designed for those who wish not only to
improve their business writing but to enjoy the writing process
more. It is a hands on workshop where participants have the
opportunity to practice writing basic business communications
including email and business letters.
As well as developing critical abilities with which to analyse their
own writing, participants learn to correct common punctuation,
grammatical and syntactical errors.
Content ?Writing in plain English
?Planning and proofreading
?Checking your writing style
?Writing effective emails
?Business letters

Work Effectively with Others Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This is an ideal program for ‘first-time?leaders who are required
to lead, motivate and/or interact in a team environment. The
workshop encourages participants to reflect on the dynamics of
their current work team and to bring their ideas and
preconceptions about leadership into the open. Topics include
building trust, group dynamics, setting work goals, supporting
team members and positive communication techniques. The
workshop covers theoretical concepts but also allows time for
team activities and problem solving discussion.
Content ?What makes an effective team
?Four stages of the team
?Contributing to work goals and productivity
?Personal communication strategies and styles
?Manager vs leader
?Operating rules
?Resolving conflict
?The roles people play

EFFECTIVE EMAIL WRITING

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Email has become an essential part of our working day. It’s the
communication medium we love to hate ?popular, convenient
and fast ?but can also be very time consuming and frustrating.
We are all still working out how to use it best ?and there are few
hard and fast rules.
Most people have never had any training in its use. This program
gives you some tips to improve your business communications
and make your emails work well for you.
Content ?What writing style should I use?
?Should I personalise my emails?
?How do I set the tone?
?What about subject lines?
?How can I manage email overload?
?What are the pitfalls and how can I keep out of trouble?


ABEX Training Group

Training Centres/Campuses: Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, , Australia
Phone No.: +61 3 9510 3800

Facilitate and Capitalise on Change and Innovation

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This unit specifies the outcomes required to plan and manage the introduction and facilitation of change. Particular emphasis is on the development of creative and flexible approaches, and on managing emerging opportunities and challenges.

Participate in planning the introduction of change
Develop creative and flexible approaches and solutions
Manage emerging challenges and opportunities
Qualification: Exemptions given for Diploma of Management

Duration: 2.5 days


Preferred Training Networks

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: +61 3 9805 8000

Intellectual Development

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

At the conclusion of this program participants will possess the skills to:
•Position your unique intellectual power.
•Manage and massage intellectual perceptions.
•Position intellectual strength as a competitive advantage your organisation enjoys.
•Drill down past every suggestion to “core foundation skills?
•Ignore symptomatic impulses.
•Identify the telltale signs of intellectual duds.
•Use the GROW model to understand different points of view.
•Spot inconsistencies in intellect though structures.
•Develop intellectual power.
•Focus on strengths and value add.
•Understand how stakeholders use heuristics to judge your intellectual strength.
•Think logically on your feet.
•Build creativity into thinking styles.
•Use cues and pauses for effect.
•Learn the impact of the tightrope walkers wobble.
•Use rescheduling as a tactic thinking tool.
•Profile the behaviours of the world’s best intellectuals.
•Walk a ... [Read More]

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