Posted by sean on December 6, 2007 at 11:32 pm in Work Activities with No Comments

Today was the final lesson of my management course. Apart from a small piece of work I need to finish, the project is now fully complete. I can now forget about it all, and await my certificate.

The final lesson on the course was spent performing presentations on the coursework we had written. My project focuses around network security and account management. I was told the whole presentation had to be 5-10 minutes in duration. I managed 6 minutes (3 of which was post-Powerpoint questions). I passed the unit, and the assessor didn’t shout out “Dance for me, Monkeyboy!” so I expect I did something right, and fulfilled enough time and content.

Apparently now, I am qualified to manage people, head meetings and make important decisions. I am, however, yet to receive any of the typical management perks – a lovely secretary, 8-week holidays, a massive salary, and a licence to screw up :o)

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