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The Business Bulletin
Issue 187 - 11th February 2013



Corrections and Anticipations
 
I told my Armenian colleagues that I was writing these letters for publication at home and they pestered me to share them with them. I am happy that they like the letters but offered some corrections.

Apparently
Mount Ararat is not exactly in Armenia although it should be; its just over the Turkish border in traditional Armenian lands. That doesn’t stop the Armenians from claiming it and using it on all their flags and emblems.

Apparently in the old times, Turkey objected to Mount Ararat appearing on Armenian flags at the United Nations. The Armenian response was that the Moon appears on the Turkish flag and its not in Turkey, so what’s the problem?

I reported on the Fat Cat and other fat statues, I’m told these are extremely valuable sculptures done by a Colombian artist and financed by an Armenian who lives abroad. So, another plus for the Diaspora. I find it interesting that Armenia has a Ministry for the Diaspora whose role is to engage the Diaspora and seek their help in supporting Armenian development. A smart idea that has led to a lot of inward investment, advice and support.

Armenia suffered a lot over the global crisis, not because of bad bank investments but because Armenians who work abroad have had their work cut back and have not been able to send money back to support their families.

Today I visited a Day Care Centre for children with social problems, such as being in trouble with the police, anti social behaviour and family breakdown. I was impressed by the way the team worked with the families and use parent support including peer groups of parents to support each other.

They are really doing a fine job of helping children get back into the mainstream of education to improve their life chances. This could be a part of the changes in the South region.

Last week I met a member of the UNICEF team who has developed a model for integrated social services planning. I got the whole methodology today and I was greatly impressed. As someone who has worked to develop this methodology elsewhere, Artur has taken the whole thing to a higher level. If any reader wants to have access to Artur’s methodology,
please contact me and I will see what I can do, with his permission.

In earlier letters I commented on the high professionalism of the people here. I mistook Artur for a top German expert but was quickly put right by my Armenian partner Kristine; he is Armenian of course.

Kristine herself is an international consultant who works a lot for World Vision and is off to consult in Mongolia in March and Bolivia in May. Kristine is a married lady with three children who is balancing a busy consultant’s life with family; I can only admire and be grateful I don’t have such a challenge.

She is at the top of her game and is invaluable as a colleague. When she read my first letter that said that transforming schools was a big ask, she said, its not a big ask at all for an Irish consultant! I think she meant its not a big ask for the two of us.

Tomorrow we head south to get in touch with the region where the transformation of schools will start. I will report in my next letter.
 
Peter Gay: Yerevan Febroary 2013
 
You can send your comments to Peter here - Peter Gay, Yerevan, February 2013

 
WorldHost Customer Service Training helps businesses gain a competitive advantage

With Northern Ireland currently hosting an impressive series of events, celebrations and new visitor attraction launches, we need to provide worldclass customer service to our visitors. For just £20 per participant, this practical, activity-based, 2-day customer training course will help businesses gain a competitive edge and build repeat business through customer service excellence and providing a world class welcome to all visitors. It also includes a half-day trip to local tourist attractions.

Who is WorldHost Training for?
Private businesses in the retail, tourism, hospitality, leisure and passenger sectors with under 250 employees

How much does the course cost?
Only £20 per person - discounted from the full £190 cost as the Department of Employment and Learning (DEL) are paying 90% of the course cost (£170). The Northern Ireland Tourist Board, the sector skills council People 1st and the Department of Employment and Learning are working in partnership to provide this WorldHost customer service training.

Course Dates and Venues
Lisburn - 5 & 12 February
Ballymena - 18 & 19 February
Banbridge and Cookstown - 25 Feb & 4 March

To find out more, please call Lynda Willis on 07773 423675 or email
Lynda@customersensetraining.co.uk.

First Aid at Work Training Course

Duration: 3 days / 18 hours – 25th, 26th & 27th March 2013.

This course trains employees to the standards of first aid approved by the Health and Safety Executive for the purpose of the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations (NI) 1982.
 
The cost for the 3 day Basic First Aid Training Course is £145.00 + vat per person.

To reserve your place on the workshops or discuss your participation please call our offices on 028 92 661160 or email sharon@lisburn-enterprise.co.uk.
Chief Executive of Moy Park to Speak at M&L Conference

First Five Free Masterclasses Announced for Management Month

The full M&L Conference line up will be formally announced later this week but we want to give MLN members a sneak preview by announcing the first of our local speakers.

Nigel Dunlop was appointed Chief Executive of Moy Park in January 2008. Moy Park has since achieved record levels of profitability and has grown sales by almost 50%. In 2010, Moy Park became Northern Ireland's largest company, employing around 10,500 people accross Europe and last year sales exceeded £1Bn. We’re delighted that Nigel has agreed to speak at the M&L Conference to offer his ‘Reflections on Leadership’.

The M&L Conference will take place on Thursday 28th February 2013 (8.00am - 1.00pm) at Titanic Belfast.

Thanks to the generous support of MLN's partners, all conference tickets are offered at the significantly subsidised rate of only £50+vat (the true value is £195+vat).

You can book and purchase your place/s online now by clicking here .

or more information on the conference, exhibition opportunities and group ticket bookings contact us at info@mln.org.uk




Think Smart for Peak Performance - A Master-class with Valerie Pierce
 

Wednesday 13th March, 2013

Time - 08:30 - 09.00 - Registration;
09:00 - 11:00 Workshop & Networking

The masterclass is kindly sponsored by Invest NI

Venue - Invest Northern Ireland, Bedford Square, Bedford Street. BT2 7ES.

Price - £20.00 Members, £40.00 Non-Members

HOW TO BOOK:
Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Bookings will close on Friday 8th March 2013.

To ensure smooth registration on the evening we would very much appreciate if you did not turn up ‘on spec’ as we may not be able to accommodate you.

To book, visit the ‘events’ section in our website, or through
http://ie.associationforcoaching.com/events/

For additional workshop queries, email olivia@associationforcoaching.com or 00353 87 6452860

This workshop is eligible for CPD and a Certificate will be given at the event for those registered to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!
 

ABOUT THIS EVENT:

"Knowing how to think properly is an obvious and essential skill if you want to stay one step ahead of the pack. The mystery is that so few people invest in their thinking skills. Most of us assume that we do - until, that is, we meet someone like Valerie Pierce, creator of the Clear & Critical Thinking Programme. An afternoon with Pierce will leave you feeling that you have woken out of a coma "

Tina-Marie O'Neill, Journalist, Sunday Business Post



Social Media Risk Management Workshop with Bill McCartney Net4WiseOwls
Social Media is a Boardroom issue.
This confidential, interactive and hands-on workshop is strictly limited to 12 participants.
The Workshop is facilitated by Bill McCartney, Net4WiseOwls. 
·         Thursday 21 February
·         9.00am Registration & Coffee
·         9.30am – 1:00pm Workshop with Bill McCartney, Net4WiseOwls
·         Midtown Business Center,  25 Talbot Street, Cathedral Quarter,Belfast BT1 2LD
·         Strictly limited to 12 participants
 
Full information and registration here http://www.wordworksevents.com/
 
How to Get to Yes
A series of three outstanding Sales Workshops with Colly Graham, salesxcellence
 
How To Get In Front Of The Decision Maker. February 28
·         Who are your customers – who has the problems your offering can solve?
·         Mastering The Art Of Effective Cold Calling & Appointment Making
·         Effective Appointment Making
 
How to Win Sales. March 28
·         Understanding Solution Based Selling
·         Why people really buy
·         Find and identify potential clients
·         The Questioning Process
·         Value Added Consultative Selling
 
How to Write Winning Sales Proposals. May 2
·         Strategy Before the Proposal
·         Responding to Proposals
·         Develop a Winning Strategy
·         Style and Content
·         Preparing Fully for the Presentation
·         Closing the Deal
 
Full information and registration here http://www.wordworksevents.com/

 

What the programme offers

• Recognised Level 5 qualification in Leadership & Management from Chartered Management Institute (CMI)

• Student membership of the Chartered Management Institute

• Full learning support and all course materials

• A blended learning experience allowing participants to continue to develop their skills in the workplace

• Practical improvement projects designed to deliver “bottom line results” for participants’ organisations

Duration

 One to Three days workshops with 15 to 150 hours guided learning & individual follow – up coaching. 

Target Group

Middle Managers, potential middle managers and senior managers/business owners who want to consolidate their understanding of leadership and management good practice and gain formal recognition of their leadership and management abilities from the Chartered Management Institute – the only world-wide Chartered leadership and management professional body.

Accreditation

Level 5 Award, Certificate or Diploma in Leadership & Management through the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), depending on level of completion.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


 

Business change in a digital age
19 February 2013, 12:00, Belfast, CPD 1 hour.
Múirne Laffan, managing director at RTÉ Digital, through innovative examples will show how RTÉ is placing content at the core of its development. Krishna De provides practical guidance on how to integrate social technologies into your marketing and PR communications. In association with CIPR Northern Ireland.


The Pitch NI
22 February 2013, 17:00, Belfast, CPD 1 hour.
The competition grand final in which the remaining three teams of marketing students present a potential marketing strategy for a brief provided by our sponsor, Subway. Will you agree with the judges' decision?


 


 
First Edition Publications specialises in the management, publication and production of books, booklets, company reports, calendars, feasibility studies, manuals and specialist handbooks.

The company has particular expertise in the area of short runs of publications – this can range from as few as twenty to a few thousand. This means that, as far as authors are concerned, the financial risk can largely be taken out of publishing, especially for those authors active in areas of specialist interest.

If you are a professional speaker with an archive of resource material, then First Edition Publications can help you maximise your earning potential. By simply converting these resources into a published work, your audience will have access to a permanent record of your session and what’s more, you will be in a position to command a higher fee by virtue of the fact that you are a published author.

Published speakers, with a published track record, command a premium fee. In many cases, speakers can also offer a copy of the published work at a preferential rate for each participant in the session thereby increasing their yield from a speaking engagement.  Published speakers also generate most of their business from referrals which means that their level of repeat business is also significantly higher than the nor.

In this way, the speaker gains in two ways – the first is a premium rate as a published speaker and the second is an additional margin on the publications supplied as a support resource to the session concerned.

And this is where First Edition Publications can help the professional speaker, business trainer and business coach maximise each speaking and training opportunity.

After all, isn’t your published work the ultimate calling card

Contact Joe at joe@firsteditionpublications.com - 0044 7970 430 155


TENDERS

For Northern Ireland specific contracts, there are a number of sources of information specifically for contracts within Northern Ireland. The Central Procurement Directorate (CPD) handles contracts for a number of government departments. You can find a list of current tender opportunities on the CPD website. Again, there is no email alert facility that we can find which makes the content difficult to adapt to the Bulletin format.

Please see https://e-sourcingni.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/toolkit/notice/public/opportunities.do?reset=true for the current list of Northern Ireland opportunities.

Vacuum Ovens including Vacuum Pumps
High Fidelity Head Mounted Display Augmented Reality System
VARCITY TOOLING
GB-TELFORD: LSBU5/0139 FV430 WIRING HARNESS
Surface Area Measurement of Battery Materials
Electronic revalidation management system for medical staff
UKHO - Occupational Health provision 2013
GB-Stockton: T13-08 P1100 Proposed alterations to form additional training rooms North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
GB-Telford: Delivery of 24 Hour Residential Care Service at Jigsaw Site, Telford.
Ultrasound Simulator & Mannequin with Fast Echo Pathology Echo & Abdominal Package
GB-Leicester: Supply of waterproof cloth tape and hessian mats - SDW2013-1
Independent Individual and Group Advocacy Service for Children and Young People
NHS.NEY.016 Grimsby: Princess Diana Hospital, Havelock and Cordeaux Repair Works 2013
Manchester: Demolition, Surfacing and Repair Works to 109 Jersey Street, Ancoats
Rye Close Parking and Environmental Improvements
Identity Assurance Sample for Iterative User Testing Contract
SP634 - Check4life Health Bus
Inspection of Safeguarding Services
Digital Oscilloscope for Accurate signal Jitter Measurement.
Leeds City College Hair and Beauty Student Kits

UK-Belfast: Information technology services
UK-Liverpool: Construction project management services
Electronic revalidation management system for medical staff
UK-Newcastle upon Tyne: Disaster recovery services
Asset Collation
UK-London: Public relations services
UK-Dingwall: Storage and warehousing services
UK-Birmingham: System and support services
UK-London: Software programming and consultancy services
UK-Swindon: Magnetic or optical readers
UK-Birmingham: Customer Relation Management software package
UK-Reading: Scanning and invoicing services
UK-Normanton: Ophthalmology equipment
Provision of Computer Audit Services 2013/14
Huddle Collaberation Tool
PROCUREMENT OF DATA MODELLING EXERCISE FOR PRIVATE SECTOR HOUSING STOCK CONDITION
UK-London: Computer support and consultancy services
UK-Durham: Point of sale (POS) software package
UK-West Malling: Fuel pumps
UK-Stafford: Computer archiving services

IRL-Cork: Plumbing equipment
NO-RÃ¥dal: Urban railway track construction works
UK-Glasgow: Construction materials and associated items
UK-Wolverhampton: Building completion work
UK-Manchester: Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)
NO-Oslo: Civil engineering consultancy services
Breathing Circuit for Oxylog 3000 machine
NO-Langesund: Construction work
NO-Hamar: Speakers
GB-Stockton: T13-08 P1100 Proposed alterations to form additional training rooms North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
Rye Close Parking and Environmental Improvements
Manchester: Demolition, Surfacing and Repair Works to 109 Jersey Street, Ancoats
NHS.NEY.016 Grimsby: Princess Diana Hospital, Havelock and Cordeaux Repair Works 2013
NO-Dilling: Construction work for school buildings
L-Luxembourg: Works to renovate the European Foyer Building; Luxembourg City
I-Ispra: Construction of 3 MV/LV transformer substations and expansion of the medium voltage network at the JRC Ispra site
NO-Harstad: Electrical engineering installation works
NO-Vinterbro: Printed matter and related products
NO-Bergen: Playground equipment
NO-Bergen: Stage construction works

Belfast City Council Tenders are available at www.belfastcity.gov.uk/tenders



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O’Kane Resourcing can now offer an extended range of services including the following:

Executive search & selection (includes technical positions)

Organisational executive outplacement and career support for individuals

Interim management solutions
Sales Executive – Life Sciences Graduate
Senior Electronics Engineer – Belfast
Senior Software Engineer - Belfast
Managing Director – Mid-Ulster Manufacturing and export focused business
PA To Group Chairman – Newry
Logistics Manager with HMRC Import / Export experience, Co. Down
Travel Co-Ordinator – Handle all in-house travel and related logistical requirements
Senior Product NPD Technologist – based in GB
Business Unit (Production) Manager - Dungannon
Business Unit (Production) Manager – Craigavon
Category Technical Manager (Food) – Based NI up to £70k pus car and benefits
Technical Manager (Food) – Based NI up to £60k pus car and benefits
Human Resources Manager – GB manufacturing plant with circa 2000 employees
Mechanical Design Engineer – Antrim
NPD / Operations Technical Manager – Food Sector Co. Louth
Group Technical Manager Food sector - Monaghan
Senior Supply Chain Manager Food Sector – Monaghan
Transport Manager – FMCG Ulster

Contact: Conor MacNamara

Partner
O’Kane Resourcing
M: 079 681 60122
T: 028 308 29707

Management Month

CMI is proud to be the Professional Partner to the Management Month and the M&L Conference initiatives which are being organised by the Management & Leadership Network (MLN) during the month of February.

As well as a widespread communications campaign Management Month will encompass a series of 13 free-to-attend business and management master classes taking place across the province.

The month will conclude with the Management & Leadership Conference (featuring a line-up of local and international speakers) on Thursday 28th February at Titanic Belfast.

For information and to reserve a place on the master classes and conference visit
www.mln.org.uk

Making the Most of Management – Monday 18 February 2013
As part of Management Month, the CMI will be hosting an event on Monday 18th February at the Ramada Encore, Belfast.

CMI Chief Executive, Ann Francke will be presenting, how great management really makes a difference in today’s competitive business market and how the CMI is working to support the ongoing development of managers and leaders and delivering improved performance for organisations.

For full details of this event and to book your place please click
here

Sink or Swim: The Art of Communication – A Management Masterclass
Wednesday 13 February 2013, Conference Centre, Willowbank Business Park, Millbrook, Larne BT40 2SF

Larne Enterprise Development Company (LEDCOM), The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and The Management & Leadership Network (MLN) are delighted to invite you to a Free
Management Month Masterclass, which will feature an outstanding speaker line up.

The event will focus on The Art Of Communication and will provide attendees with an insight into the do’s and don’ts of ‘Communication & Teamwork’ and ‘Managing Your Technology’, two crucial
areas of modern business and management.

This Management Month event is free to attend but spaces are limited so early booking is recommended.

For information on how to book your place click
here.

Retail Workplacements

Are you a retail company in the Craigavon area?

Would you be willing to offer a student from France a 4 week work placement?

For further information contact Karen Adamson at adamsonk@cido.co.uk


Social Media Risk Management Workshop

with Bill McCartney Net4WiseOwlsSocial Media is a Boardroom issue.


This confidential, interactive and hands-on workshop is strictly limited to 12 participants.
The Workshop is facilitated by Bill McCartney, Net4WiseOwls. 
·         Thursday 21 February
·         9.00am Registration & Coffee
·         9.30am – 1:00pm Workshop with Bill McCartney, 
Net4WiseOwls
·         Midtown Business Center,  25 Talbot Street, Cathedral Quarter,Belfast BT1 2LD
·         Strictly limited to 12 participants
 
Full information and registration here
http://www.wordworksevents.com/
 
How to Get to Yes
A series of three outstanding Sales Workshops with Colly Graham, salesxcellence
 
How To Get In Front Of The Decision Maker. February 28
·         Who are your customers – who has the problems your offering can solve?
·         Mastering The Art Of Effective Cold Calling & Appointment Making
·         Effective Appointment Making
 
How to Win Sales. March 28
·         Understanding Solution Based Selling
·         Why people really buy
·         Find and identify potential clients
·         The Questioning Process
·         Value Added Consultative Selling
 
How to Write Winning Sales Proposals. May 2
·         Strategy Before the Proposal
·         Responding to Proposals
·         Develop a Winning Strategy
·         Style and Content
·         Preparing Fully for the Presentation
·         Closing the Deal
 
Full information and registration here
http://www.wordworksevents.com/

 


 
The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme supports young people who:

→      Are aged 18-30
→      Are unemployed or working less than 16 hours a week

Support options on offer:

→      Business skills training and business planning support
→      Potential start-up loan funding, up to £4,000 for a sole trader and up to £5,000 for a partnership.
→      In special circumstances grants up to £1,500
→      Up to 2 years support from a volunteer business mentor
→      Access to specialist support, including our free legal helpline
→      For those who start a business, access to a wide range of free and discounted products/services.

12th February 2013   
Information Session
The Prince’s Trust – Belfast Office 3pm
Block 5 Jennymount Court, North Derby Street, Belfast,BT15 3HN

18th-21st February 2013        
4 day Explore Enterprise Course
The Prince’s Trust – Belfast Office 10am-4pm
Block 5 Jennymount Court, North Derby Street, Belfast,BT15 3HN
 
To find out more please call 028 90745454 or contact Bronagh McCulla on 02890 758109

bronagh.mcculla@princes-trust.org.uk

Sales Training

The process for converting suspects into prospects, prospects into leads, leads into customers is a process.

Can you perfect it?


See the video here

www.salesxcellence.co.uk


Crisis & Continuity Management

A Management Masterclass with VW Germany
     Date: Tuesday 12th February 2013
Time: 5.00pm - 6.30pm
Key Speaker: Axel Muhe, Volkswagon Germany
Venue: University of Ulster, Coleraine Campus
Cost: Free to attend
More info and booking:
Click here



Are you.....

A Graduate entering the career/job market?
A School leaver entering the career/job market?
Are you a Job Changer?
Are you planning a Career change?
Are you aJob returner?
Are you affected by redundancy?


For us all, seeking employment and the opportunity to put newly, hard won qualifications in practice, is a serious business in a very competitive environment and while academic or vocational achievement is much sought after by employers, this is far from the whole story.

Increasingly, employers find it difficult to differentiate candidates on the grounds solely of academic achievement and this means that a well structured and appropriate CV is a must to get yourself into the frame and on the road to a career.Thereafter, performance at interview becomes the game changer.

And unfortunately, that’s where many excellent job applicants have difficulties – Our colleges and Universities excel at the academic side and while they do their best to embed the importance of a strong CV and an understanding of the interview process on their students, the effort fails in the face of more pressing priorities.


If you need help in this area, then contact Bernadette Hendron right away - she can help with personal coaching on how to present your CV and improve your interview skills. She can provide coaching on a one to one basis either office based or on-line via SKYPE.

Bernadette Hendron
 - Managing Director
Breakthrough Recruitment Ltd
02838 396 544
07970 875 039

www.breakthroughrecruitment.com


Sink or Swim: The Art of Communication

A Management Masterclass hosted by LEDCOM
      Date: Wednesday 13th February 2013
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Key Speaker: Ian Jeffers, Director, Princes Trust NI
Venue: Willowbank Conference Suite, Willowbank Road, Larne
Cost: Free to attend
More info and booking:
Click here


 
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ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME

The current economic downturn has affected us all to a greater or lesser extent. No one has been left untouched and while those involved in the construction sector have been probably the most affected, the impact has rippled far beyond that.

Many others have felt the cold breeze of recession recently and there is clear evidence that there are many who previously provided professional services to this sector, such as lawyers, architects, surveyors who have also been profoundly affected.

Cuts in the public sector are also contributing to an ever increasing group of professionals from all sorts of backgrounds who are competing for employment in a rapidly contracting economic environment.

Many are competing for jobs that they would never have considered previously and at a much reduced wage or salary. Many are also young people who do not have the buffer of an occupational pension but the common denominator across gender and age is that they all have a choice of five options:

Walk away and smell the coffee
Move elsewhere
Retrain for another skill
Complete for employment in another area at a reduced rate of reward
Consider self employment


The Professionals into Business Programme has been specifically developed to assist those former professionals who wish to pursue self employment as an option.


The programme will also include free business premises at Townsend Enterprise Park for a limited period.While the previous InvestNI “Go for It” programme was very successful, its main weakness was the one size fits all approach.

The five session basic training model does not fit all by any means and theProfessionals into Business Programme recognises and addresses this important shortfall. It is very difficult for even the most motivated aspirant to self employment to produce a detailed business plan after five short training sessions of three hours duration.

Townsend Enterprise Park Ltd has always fully supported business development initiatives which have the potential to create employment and prosperity.

Digital Marketing Breakfast

Increasing Sales with Mobile Optimised Emails and Websites
      Date: Friday 15th February 2013
Time: 8.15am - 11.00am
Key Speaker: Peter Ellis, MD, BeingOnline
Venue: Being Conference Suite, 21 Old Channel Rd, Belfast
Cost: Free to attend
More info and booking:
Click here


Succession Planning Masterclass

A Business Breakfast with A&L Goodbody
       Date: Thursday 21st February 2013
Time: 8.00am - 9.45am
Key Speaker: Alastair Keith, Partner, A&L Goodbody
Venue: A&L Goodbody, 5th Floor, 42/46 Fountain Street, Belfast
Cost: Free to attend
More info and booking:
Click here

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BUSINESS BULLETIN here


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First Edition Publications
in a number of ways
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+44 (0) 7970 430 155,
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email:
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Townsend Enterprise Park
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