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Let IMC source your training

The IMC Approved Training Provider (ATP) scheme now includes over 50 listed courses and eight approved master degree courses. An ATP must provide evidence of resources and relevant experience in the delivery of courses of interest to management. In addition, there is a quality procedure which must be fulfilled before approval is confirmed each year.

The latest course providers to join the scheme are SpeakEasy Training (0181-446 0797) whose listed courses are “Winning new business”, “Persuasive interactive presentations”, “Advanced presentation skills masterclass”, “Handling the media successfully” and “Individual coaching”; while Paul Lynch Associates (0131-445 4894) provides training in “Operationalising integrity”. For a full list, contact Paul Brown.

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