Published: Monday, 4th April 2016
New subjects, such as chairing skills and business writing, feature in Broadland District Council Training Services’ programme of business and personal development training courses.
The courses, which are delivered at Carrowbreck House in Hellesdon, aim to help local businesses develop and succeed, supporting one of Broadland District Council’s main ambitions of delivering economic success in the district.
The programme has been put together on the basis of feedback from businesses and is delivered by expert tutors.
Other new additions to this year’s selection of 43 courses include an accredited customer service course and social media in recruitment.
The courses are available to all, with subsidised rates available for Broadland businesses of less than five employees. A selection of workshops are free to Broadland residents.
Councillor Stuart Clancy, Broadland District Council’s portfolio holder for Economic Development said:
“The business training courses offered by the council have always been popular with residents and businesses. I'm pleased that there has been a demand for the new courses and I'm very pleased that the council is able to offer them.”