Time Management is the key to success.
It is a skill that is continually developing as our lives adjust to daily demands. You might suddenly find that your world is very busy; you may be having difficulty working out how and what to prioritise. Or the complete opposite may be true. You might feel that since you have started college it feels like you have loads of time on your hands. You might even miss the structure of second level.
During the Time Management session, the tutor will explore different strategies for planning your time. This will involve setting clear goals for the division of your time and helping you to break these goals into achievable steps. Reviewing your progress and learning to prioritise will help you to gain insight into how to achieve the study/work/social life balance.
To help you plan out your week and make sure you maximise your fun and free time download your Weekly planner here.
Is this session not on the skills sessions timetable? Would you or a group be interested in attending this session, but the Skills Centre is currently not offering it? Let us know! We would be happy to know what session students look forward to the most, so the Skills Centre can cater to all of your academic needs, simply email us firstname.lastname@example.org about the sessions you or a group would like to attend.
Check out our downloadable handouts on time management!
These downloadable handouts cover important guidelines for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. These resources are based on common questions about academic writing, general skills and research, exam preparation and specific assignments within your course. When availing of these resources, they will help you unlock YOUR Potential!
Watch our Time Management related Gimme Two Minutes Videos!
The Skills Centre 'Gimme Two Minutes' video series, available for viewing on YouTube, focuses on very basic concepts related to the academic writing and preparation skills, delivered by the University College Cork Skills Centre in a short and visual format. These videos can be used as self-learning tools and also give you a taste of what sessions and workshops the Skills Centre offers to UCC students.