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Unique Team Leadership Development Programme

One of Britain’s leading national training providers have been appointed to help with the personal development of individuals selected to be the next generation of team leaders.

The programme is unique to Rudolph & Hellmann Automotive

It’s been developed through a collaborative approach involving the Operations Director, COE and a number of Team Leaders currently working from the Oxford site. This active involvement with Intraining, the training provider, is to ensure the course is relevant to the real world environment and challenges of the automotive industry.

Team Leaders give direction, instructions and guidance to ensure the achievement of set goals.

Developing effective working relationships, managing resources and implementing change are critical skills needed by anyone in a Team Leader role. Team Leaders play an integral role in supporting the organisational objectives including: monitoring work, giving feedback, briefing teams, supporting team members, resolving problems, procuring supplies, project management and delivering and improving customer service. Having a structured approach to delivering these skills is essential for the ongoing success of Rudolph and Hellmann Automotive.

Helping people reach their full potential

Formed in 2008, Intraining specialise in providing employers and individuals with apprenticeships, skills and qualifications that make a real difference in the workplace. Intraining is a division of NCG, one of the UK’s largest national training and colleges groups. They work with thousands of learners and businesses every year, both regionally and nationally. They help people reach their full potential and businesses to build a talented workforce through high quality education and training.

The first intake for this pioneering development programme

Susan Dennyson is our dedicated “Intraining Trainer” working with the first intake for this pioneering development programme. They include: Rafal Borkowski, Arron Campbell, Paulina Harjinda, Drago Mares and Irina Snarskaja. Susan will visit the Oxford site every month to ensure all delegates receive the help and support needed to achieve their team leading qualification. 

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