BID extends training opportunities for Manor Royal employees
04 February 2016
Employees of companies located on Manor Royal Business District now have the opportunity to access high quality training at heavily discounted rates, thanks to the Manor Royal BID.
Following a successful pilot last year, the BID is rolling out a new subsidised training programme throughout 2016. The short courses are being delivered by Central Sussex College and cover a range of topics including health and safety qualifications, digital and IT skills, and business development.
Steve Sawyer, Manor Royal BID’s Executive Director, said the training sessions provide a cost-effective opportunity for companies to train their staff on the doorstep.
“We believe that every person working on Manor Royal Business District should have access to first-rate training at a fantastic price. This new programme offers professional learning for those either seeking a mandatory qualification or for those who simply want to expand their existing knowledge to be more effective at work.”
Andy Forbes, Executive Director of Business Development at Central Sussex College, said: "We are delighted to be working with the Manor Royal BID to offer a programme of high quality short training courses for Manor Royal businesses.
This is one of a number of initiatives the BID delivers for the benefit of Manor Royal companies and their staff. Other benefits include discounts on public transport, free Business Watch membership and the delivery of numerous projects and events aimed at improving the trading and working environment.
To discover more about all these courses, visit www.centralsussex.ac.uk/manor-royal. Alternatively, people can call the college's dedicated Manor Royal skills adviser on 01293 442344 or email email@example.com.