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First Graduate of Promote Training’s eLearning Course

12.36pm 4th September 2015 - People

Jamie Cundy
Jamie Cundy

Jamie Cundy, PGA Fellow Golf Professional, has become the first graduate of Promote Training’s “Driving Green Fee Revenues” eLearning course. Promote Training are the only provider of eLearning courses that specialise in Golf Club Management – therefore Jamie’s achievement really is an eLearning first!

Jamie said, “I have realised over the past few years that the golf industry is changing – becoming more demanding and requiring more versatile golf professionals. Doing this course has given me lots of new ideas, concepts and initiatives that I can put into practice at my club. In this respect, it’s a really hands-on, practical training qualification.”

“I would recommend the course for all those working in the golf industry and looking to improve their knowledge and skills with regard to promoting visitor, guest and golf society incomes”, Jamie continues.

Since the launch of the company the level of interest in the “Driving Green Fee Revenues”, and additional, eLearning courses has even taken the co-founders, David Reeves and Matthew Orwin, by surprise.

“We’ve been delighted with the number of course enrolments we’ve experienced with this first course. For us, it clearly demonstrates that there is a real need in the industry for practical, hands-on training that can be undertaken in people’s own time and at their own pace”, Matthew says.

The “Driving Green Fee Revenues” eLearning course has been recognised by the Professional Golfers’ Association, qualifying for ‘Continuing Professional Development’ points as part of their Member Education programme. Jamie will now be awarded 50 CPD points in recognition of his successful completion of the training.

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