About this course
Taking effective minutes means listening attentively, recording relevant points, and presenting them in a systematic, concise, and useful format.
This sounds so simple, yet writing clear and accurate minutes can be challenging especially when discussions and issues get complex and complicated.
This one day course will equip you with helpful tips to take effective minutes making it a simpler and more enjoyable task!
What you will be learning
Through this course you will:
Understand the importance of the minute taking role.
Identify the requirements of effective meetings.
Identify methods to record minutes.
Identify different types of minute styles and which is best.
Write effective minutes and tips for effective minute writing.
Recognise the minute style for committee meetings.
Effective use of an action points list.
Effective record keeping.
Understand the legal issues relating to minute taking.
Develop effective agenda formulation.
Understand techniques for recording virtual meetings.
What does this course involve?
A pre-course workshop task that helps you identify what you want to learn.
A one day face-to-face experience.
This course can count towards your clinical professional development requirements.
Facilitator and details:
Robyn Bennett – Team Link Training Ltd
Cost - Between $180 - $270 + GST per person Dependent on the numbers
Open to: All Canterbury and West Coast DHB staff or anyone working in the wider Canterbury or West Coast health system
Learning and Development require two weeks’ notice prior to course date.
Courses are usually full and have a waitlist. By giving us plenty of notice allows someone else to benefit from this development opportunity.
It is our policy to inform your manager/professional lead if you do not attend on the day.
For more information, please contact:
The Talent Leadership and Capbility Team on
Phone: 021 485 597
How to Enrol
Enrolment for this course is via healthLearn.
Please also follow your usual departmental procedures for attending a course.
If you don’t already have a healthLearn account, you can register for one here.