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Life Skills – Managing Time

By Alphareach Categories: Life Skills
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About Course

Live tutor led group lessons
4 sessions
Self-study time 
1 – 2 hours per week
Smart goal setting
  £60 per month (£15 per lesson)

Offer: Pay for three sessions, get the fourth free!

£60   £45

Course starts: First week of every month.

Weekly sessions: Mon or Sun 8pm to 9pm (UK time)
Other times available for 1 to 1 sessions depending on tutor availability.

Sofi D 
One of the most common challenges students face in today’s technological era is managing their time effectively. In this digitally connected world, many obstacles can prevent students from fulfilling their true potential. Procrastination, distraction, lack of motivation, unrealistic expectations, and poor planning are just a few reasons why achieving success can be difficult. However, students can overcome these barriers by skilfully developing time management strategies to avoid these problems.

This course is for pupils who want to equip themselves with the skills and strategies to create meaningful, structured study schedules. Pupils who want to develop the skills to prioritise, plan and set realistic SMART goals to reduce procrastination, distractions, and feeling overwhelmed but overcome challenges and improve academic performance. It will also foster self-discipline as the pupil assumes responsibility, increasing motivation and resilience in the face of perceived difficulties.

This course is divided into two parts: theory and practical.

In the theory part of the course, students learn about the fundamental concepts and principles of time management using the four-quadrant matrix (Also known as the Eisenhower Matrix), ABCDE Method and other techniques. They will explore and discuss the importance of setting SMART Goals, the benefits of prioritising tasks and creating effective schedules. Through interactive tutor-led lessons, engaging discussions and completing the quizzes, the students will gain a solid understanding of the theoretical foundations of time management.

 

In the practical part of this course, students get to apply their theoretical knowledge as personally relevant to them.

In this part of the course, the dedicated tutor will schedule a one-to-one meeting with the pupil, providing the pupil with directions and guidance in using and applying the tools and techniques encountered in the theoretical part of the course. The tutor will oversee and support the pupil by providing open discussion and constructive feedback as the pupil, choose, prioritise, plan and accomplish their tasks. This hands-on approach increases students’ confidence as they assume responsibility and experience the benefits and rewards of productively using their time.

The practical time management course provides pupil with an opportunity to:

  • reinforces the concepts learnt by undertaking practical exercises relevant to the pupil’s needs;
  • experiment with suitable tools and develop the skills, strategies, and mindset to manage their time;
  • create a to-do list to plan and prioritise tasks based on urgency or importance and allocate time blocks for different activities;
  • learn strategies to overcome procrastination by implementing techniques to work in focused bursts with short breaks;
  • learn to set SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound) by breaking each task into smaller, manageable tasks;
  • explore ways to reduce distractions by creating a conducive study environment that increases their focus;
  • review and reflect to achieve academic success to improve outcomes and further their personal goals.

The student gets to think about how they spend time and discover ways to use their time with intention by doing purposeful and the most important activities for them. This hands-on approach increases students’ confidence as they experience the benefits and rewards of productively using their time.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Five different theories of time management
  • Manage your time efficiently and effectively
  • Practical tools and techniques to prioritise and plan tasks, set goals, and create effective schedules.
  • Avoid procrastination, stay focused, and make the best use of the limited free time.

Course Content

Time Management in Theory
The theocratical part of the time management course pupils get to explore various time management models for planning, implementing, and evaluating different ways of working as efficiently as possible and ensuring that all their tasks get completed in time.

  • Diagnostic test: Time management
  • Time management introduction
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Time Management in Practice

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