This section provides training for whole teams and organisations. It offers you and your colleagues the opportunity to learn together on courses that are tailor made to meet your specific needs.
Take a look at the training courses we offer and see which course would best benefit you and your organisation.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you don’t see the course you want or would like an exclusive bespoke training course.
Bev Garside, our principal trainer has a reputation for providing high quality interactive training which is accessible and has application in the workplace.
Empower also works with a group of highly skilled associates who can provide specialist knowledge and expertise to design a course that provides a unique response to problem solving.
£650 plus VAT and mileage. This includes the delivery of training and training materials for up to 20 participants.
We are happy to accept joint applications for training from two or more organisations, providing we can invoice just one of you and if you wish, you can sell spare places to other organisations and we will help you promote them. (See our training notice board for more information).
Want Empower training but worried about cost or don’t feel you have enough participants to make it worthwhile? Let us help!
We have several options to make it affordable and even make YOU money!
Step 1: Decide which of the training courses we offer would best benefit you and your organisation.
Step 2: Contact our team to discuss your requirements and schedule dates!
Step 3: You’re done!
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