Bradford Business School, based at Bradford College organised an exclusive breakfast briefing for West Yorkshire employers. The briefing took place on at the WoW Academy on Thornton Road in Bradford.
The purpose of the briefing was to promote business and professional training courses to employers and inform them about the fantastic cost savings available through the Economic Challenge Investment Fund (ECIF) fund. Employers who attended the event enjoyed a tasty breakfast and saved over 85% on the cost of courses.
Angela Readhead, Bespoke Trainer Assessor at Bradford Business School, welcomed employers to the event before introducing Stephen Challenger, Executive Director, West Yorkshire Lifelong Learning Network (WYLLN) who officially opened the briefing. Tie Doepel, Project Manager for the ECIF fund also talked to employers about funding and lead a question and answer session.
Alongside the breakfast, employers were given information about a range of business and professional training courses including: Training the Trainer, A Practical Approach to Appraisals, Introduction to Management, Innovation and Development in Customer Service Roles and Personality and Behavioural Psychometric Testing.
Talking about the event, Stephen Challenger said: “I am pleased to support this event; it is important for employers to learn more about training opportunities and Bradford Business School is well placed to deliver exceptional training that meets the needs of local businesses”.
As Director of WYLLN Stephen and his team work in partnership with a range of educational, training providers, employers and stakeholders within the region to strengthen the performance of businesses and the regional economy through improved vocational and work-based progression.
Bradford Business School is well placed to deliver Business and Professional training solutions to local businesses. Offering a comprehensive range of courses, from introductory through to postgraduate levels the school is able to provide bespoke, bite-size and part-time accredited training. With a well established reputation for providing high quality teaching and unparalleled student support and training solutions - designed to help businesses grow.
Local employers are encouraged to contact Bradford Business School for more information about business and professional courses and details about the event, please call: 01274 433301.