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Promote Training Attracts More International Delegates

10.48am 14th June 2016 - Management Topics

Promote Training clients come from 12 countries
Promote Training clients come from 12 countries

Promote Training, the golf club management eLearning company, are proving that geography really is no barrier to their training courses following two recent enrolments from Asia – extending their international reach into 12 countries.

The company, whose innovative eLearning platform allows delegates to study wherever and whenever they like, now has a truly worldwide roster of customers from countries afar afield as China and Canada.

It’s an expanding geographical reach that proves eLearning can be undertaken in all corners of the world and that there’s an appetite for learning best practices and strategies born in the UK.

David Reeves, Co-Founder of Promote Training, says: “The demand for our courses internationally has really come as a pleasant surprise. It’s clear having spoken to these delegates that golf club management training is pretty hit-and-miss in other countries. It’s also testament to the content of our courses – practical training with proven best practices, initiatives and strategies that can be employed in any market”.

Buoyed by their foreign successes, the company is in early discussions with the Australian golf market about establishing a dedicated eLearning offering to Australia and New Zealand.

“The Australian market interested me from the beginning. It occurs to us that the sheer size of the country, along with the relatively expensive cost of internal flights, makes it difficult for golf club employees to attend more traditional face-to-face training.”

Following very encouraging initial feedback, the company is hoping to commence their antipodean adventures in Q4 of this year.

Promote Training www.promotetraining.co.uk

 

       

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