Working inclusively, doing more with less, increasing productivity – familiar words. 
Whether public or private sectors, emergency services or the professions managers and staff strive to respond to the pace of workplace change. 
Small changes can be absorbed. But with restructure projects, smaller, diverse and remote teams, and the impact of technology on how we work, it is important to recognise the need for staff development . 
F4C interactive workshops are created to meet client training outcomes. All materials and supporting workbooks focus clearly on the reality of the developing business need. Experienced facilitators create a friendly, insightful training environment engaging those attending in group activities and case studies relevant to their daily reality and the issues they face. 
“The enthusiasm and genuine caring nature of the presenter allowed me to open up and ask questions, helping me to get the most out of the session.” Adminstrator, London South Bank University 
For those in transition the interactive format allays fears and apprehension. Workshops increase understanding of the benefits of change and encourage those attending – managers or their staff – to adopt positive strategies. 
But in today’s working climate there is also a need to draw on practical half-day workshops which limit the time away from the workplace. F4C, recognising this need have drawn on their broad portfolio to develop workshops in two series – Management Matters and Learning & Development. These workshops provide a flexible and available resource which can be ‘tweaked’ to reflect key training outcomes. 
Led by experienced facilitators and supported by a comprehensive workbook they provide practical professional training and two workshops on the same day will attract a day fee to the benefit your training budget.  
F4C home page provides overviews and new workshops are added as appropriate. Call Di or Owen on 01206 506100 to talk about the art of the possible. 


An international company, recognising issues of absenteeism and staff retention in its customer service operation, sought a training solution. F4C developed a series of workshops attended by teams. As part of the feedback teams also identified efficiencies they felt could benefit the department which were then built into a workshop for the management team. 
As a result absenteeism was substantially reduced and staff retention improved. One year on, management reported overall improved communication, better team working and increased effficiency. Subsequent workshops supported other training needs. 
'Will update my CV and think about achievements. I feel such more positive now about the future and applying for jobs particularly internal ones' NHS Technician 
'Among the greatest benefits was preparing the personal statement and group discussions' NHS Trust Manager 
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