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Promote Golf Acquire Promote Training’s eLearning Prospectus

2.40pm 6th November 2020 - Management Topics

Promote Training have announced that their popular series of eLearning courses have been moved to fall under their sister company’s brand, Promote Golf, with immediate effect.

Since being established in 2015 as the first golf industry training provider to offer courses dedicated to golf club management via eLearning, the company have welcomed over 600 delegates from over 20 countries worldwide. They now boast an impressive prospectus of 27 online courses, with a further 3 in the latter stages of development.

The move comes after a strategic review of all ‘Promote’ brands falling under the parent company of The Promote Enterprise Group. It allows the specialist eLearning development team to continue to focus more on bespoke courses, such as employee induction training in a multitude of industries.

Speaking of the move, David Reeves, founder of The Promote Enterprise Group, says: “All our courses are exclusively focused on the golf industry, so it’s logical that they should be traded from the Promote Golf brand. Our web development team have worked hard over the last couple of months to create a dedicated online training section to the website, and we’re now ready to make the move. Promote Training will now concentrate on bespoke eLearning development for both golf clubs and other companies external to the golf industry. They’ll also continue to develop new courses for Promote Golf.”

Promote Golf are one of the golf industry’s longest serving marketing, training, and business support companies. Since 2007 they have worked with over 300 golf clubs worldwide.

To mark the move, and in recognition of the golf club lockdown in England, Promote Golf are offering a 25% discount on their entire prospectus of courses. Visit and use the coupon code “MOVE2020” at checkout to apply the discount.

Delegates can enrol on a course using the code until Wednesday December 2nd, but they do not have to start the course until six months from this time.

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