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Online Time Management Courses and Training Programs

Most online time management courses are part of professional development seminars presented by human resources departments and are not open to non-employees. However, there are a few online time management programs available to the general public.

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Online Courses in Time Management

Below is a sample of common online time management courses available to the general public.

  • Information Overload Course: This course is for professionals who get buried in daily e-mails, voice mails, junk mail, articles and reports. Participants discover ways to quickly sort between useful and useless information and manage multiple sources of information overload. Strategies include preparing a daily plan of action, reducing or eliminating desk clutter and giving important projects and tasks precedence.
  • Analyzing Your Time Course: Participants in this course learn to identify where their time goes and how to manage it more efficiently through the use of a daily logbook. Students document and evaluate their use of time and discover how energy levels and personality affect time management outcomes. They also learn to match tasks with the time of day to take advantage of natural energy cycles.
  • Planning and Prioritizing Course: Comprehensive analysis of a given workload by breaking it into manageable tasks and prioritizing those tasks into an effective to-do list is the central theme of this course. Emphasis is placed on the most effective sequencing of assignments and adherence to set timeframes to efficiently complete tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Avoiding Time Stealers Course: This course examines procrastination, daily interruptions and taking on too many trivial tasks that steal time from the necessary duties that are critical to personal success. Students learn effective ways to handle phone interruptions, drop-by visitors and requests to take on additional work.
  • Too Much to Do & Too Little Time Course: This course helps students make the best use of their time by prioritizing their goals and workloads in the most efficient way. Students learn to identify tasks according to importance and urgency.
  • Your Time, Your Priorities, Your Choice Course: This course will teach students about the necessary tools for effective time management. The course will also help students to learn about stress-management as it's directed toward health professionals and public municipal employees.
  • E-learning for Educators Course: In this course, students will examine modern trends in online learning and the history of e-learning. Topics include theories in e-learning, web-based technology and course management.

Program Information

Of the few online time management courses available to the general public, most are non-credit, continuing education courses, but they may offer a certificate of completion or a master's degree. However, it is possible to find a course offered via virtual classroom sessions in which students can earn continuing education credits. Online time management courses can be found as part of extensive professional development training designed to provide participants with a competitive business edge; others are short, individual classes or seminars designed to help medical or professional personnel manage their time better. For students who find themselves having difficulties getting to class or completing coursework on time, some schools post time management tips on their websites for free.

Online time management courses and training programs are available as standalone courses through continuing education departments, in addition to graduate certificates and master's degrees. Topics to be studied include e-learning for educators, time management and concepts associated with planning and prioritizing.

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