Chamber Debate › President's Speech January 2017 Lunch

Good afternoon all! We are delighted to have with us again my counterpart from Guernsey, the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce President Martyn Dorey and Barry Cash who ably keeps the Guernsey team in check! › read more & have your say

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News

Friday 20 January 11:59

Serviced apartments offer home comforts to Island patients › read more

Friday 20 January 11:51

December 2016 Retail Prices Index figures released › read more

Wednesday 18 January 08:23

Independent report finds Social Security Fund in healthy condition › read more

Monday 16 January 08:43

Disability strategy consultation launched › read more

Friday 13 January 10:16

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE TO “REVIEW ALL ASPECTS OF THE JERSEY INNOVATION FUND FROM ITS INCEPTION” › read more

Thursday 12 January 17:55

Significant failings in the Jersey Innovation Fund › read more

Thursday 12 January 14:31

Jersey is removed from the Portuguese black list › read more

Thursday 12 January 11:42

Scrutiny Review of Jersey Innovation Fund › read more

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  • University Centre holds JIBSiversity Challenge attended by current students, new students and graduates Over 50 people attended the quiz night at Jersey International Business School University Centre. The biggest JIBSiversity Challenge yet saw current students, new students and graduates come to the Business School on Tuesday 21 April.

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  • UK EU Referendum Vote Like many islanders, business leaders and politicians, the Jersey Chamber of Commerce has closely followed the UK’s EU referendum journey over the last few months.

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  • Tickets For Our Next Lunch Meeting Are Now Available – “Competition In Small Markets” – Thursday, 15th October At a time when the subject of competition is the source of much debate and comment amongst Islanders – a cursory glance at the Letters pages of the J.E.P. provides plentiful evidence of some strongly held opinions regarding travel operators, telecommunications services, fuel costs, utility services, etc., – we are delighted that Michael Byrne, C.E.O. of the Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities, will be the speaker at our next Lunch meeting.

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  • The National Trust for Jersey - 16 New Street - Corporate and Private Hire Located at the centre of St. Helier, 16 New Street is an elegant Georgian town house that offers a uniquely historic venue for corporate and private events. Whether you wish to organise a refined lunch or dinner, or are looking for an exceptional meeting room, 16 New Street will make your event a memorable one. Hiring the house will also help to support the work of the National Trust for Jersey, in preserving the Island’s built and environmental heritage for future generations.

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  • The Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum Warning re Telephone Calls The Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum (JFPF) is warning Islanders to be aware of who is calling them this Christmas as it could well be a fraudster.

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  • The Department of the Environment is running an online Twitter question and answer session tonight between 6 and 8 pm People can submit questions to @StatesofJersey #AskSoJ or (up to 5 pm today only) to planning@gov.je.

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Business Events

Local business events plus our own events schedule › Events Calendar

  • CiTD - Recruitment and Selection Skills Foundation in HR & L&D

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  • CiTD - Coaching Skills For all those who have responsibility for coaching and developing others at work.

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  • CiTD - Advanced Sales and Customer Relationship Building At the conclusion of this one day Advanced Sales Skills & Customer Relationship Building course the delegate will be equipped with the required skills to make a professional sales presentation utilising the Sales Planning Process. They will understand the importance of needs analysis as the basis of the buying process and combine this with the key unique selling points of themselves, their company and their products & services. This will be built upon the foundations of great customer relationship management, customer satisfaction and retention.

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  • CiTD - Leadership Masterclass Programme - The Leader's Voice This 2 day course is designed to develop the communication skills associated with highly effective leadership and build confidence across a range of business and change scenarios. Delegates will complete a suite of communication profiles and receive individual feedback prior to attending the course.

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  • CiTD - The Principles of First Line Management - for new/aspiring managers This introductory course is designed to introduce the core aspects of first line management in a practical manner supported by relevant theories. There is a continued focus on workplace issues and application of learning. The course is divided into 2 sessions so that delegates can apply their learning immediately and have access to support before learning more. This course is ideal for all new or aspiring managers, or managers who have found themselves in the role but have never had any formal training in Management.

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  • CiTD - Proof Reading for Professionals Proofreading errors destroy the effectiveness of documents. This course looks at practical ways of applying proofreading techniques to identify errors and facilitate constructive editing of documents. The course is suitable for anyone who would like to improve their accuracy when proofreading documents. It is presented in an informal workshop style with plenty of hands on practise at proofreading.

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  • CiTD - Mindfulness Mindfulness: a set of tools to increase stress-resilience, productivity and wellbeing.

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  • CiTD - Networking Seminar The course is aimed at middle management and those executives who find themselves regularly in situations whereby lack of confidence, insufficient preparation and tardiness in following up leads results in missed opportunities.

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  • CiTD - Appraisal Skills for Appraisees Refresher preparation skills for Appraisees - Half day

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  • CiTD - Train the Trainer This two day programme aims to introduce participants to the fundamental principles of Training. It applies equally well to both technical and soft skills training.

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