This intensive training course has been designed to help you develop an understanding of the role of a minute taker, recognise the importance of minute taking, and to teach essential techniques for producing minutes that include all the information required, in the most suitable format for the occasion. There is also some discussion of how to overcome some of the problems that arise in the role's own needs.
- Course Introduction and Overview
- The Role of a Minute Taker
- What is a Minute Taker?
- Problems and Solutions
- The Skills of a Minute Taker
- Meeting Agreements
- Minutes Styles
- Choosing a Style
- Informal Minutes
- Action Minutes
- Formal Minutes
- Recording Motions and Resolutions
- What to Record
- Techniques for Preparing Minutes
- Writing Minutes
- Editing Minutes
- Taking Minutes in an Interactive Meeting
- The Role of the Facilitator at an Interactive Meeting
- Members More Able To Participate
- The Role of the Minute Taker at an Interactive Meeting
- The Minute Book
- Developing Your Minute Taking Skills
- Listening Skills
- A Personal Action Plan
Who is this course for?
This minute taking training programme is intended for anyone who needs to take notes or minutes at meetings. The variety of people who need minute taking training is extremely wide, though likely candidates include secretaries, PAs and administrative assistants.
There are no requirements to take this online course.
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