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Launch of ‘AEA Training For Business’

8.35am 4th February 2014 - Management Topics

AEA Training prospectus
AEA Training prospectus
The Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) has launched its new service for the industry – “AEA Training for Business”

“AEA Training for Business” is the result of a members initiative and is designed as a service to members at a reduced cost to other providers. The aim is simple – to provide business (non- technical) training opportunities for AEA members and their dealers. The courses are available to non-members at the full price.

The prospectus is attached and lays out the Aims and Objectives, the Process, the initial Curriculum subjects, Pricing and other administrative information.

We are planning to conduct our first training in April and May and will then announce the full programme for 2014/15 in June providing a full training programme from September 2014 for the next year. I anticipate there being around  25 courses available from Customer Service, Negotiating Skills, Introduction to Finance, Health and Safety and a full suite of Windows courses at all levels and many others dictated by demand.

The price will be lower than many other providers and the AEA sees this as a service and benefit to members rather than a profit making concern. The price you see listed on the course announcement sheets is the full list price. Members will be charged around 20% less. The courses will be relevant to the industry rather than generic. The dates will be established at times convenient for all and will be delivered primarily  at the AEA Training Centre at Peterborough or  if demand dictates, at your premises or any other location.

Contact Roger Lane-Nott Chief Executive Tel: 01733 207601 Email: ceo@aea.uk.com

       

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