Date: December 10, 2012
Time: 10:47 am
When David Rudisha became the first athlete in the London Olympics to break a world record – in the 800 metres final – winning a gold medal in the process, he rightly had everyone on their feet and applauding loudly…….especially two people in East Lancashire.
In fact, Steve Ireland and Rob Hallam of Optu.tv were shouting and screaming louder than most because they had worked with Rudisha when he became the youngest athlete to win the prestigious “Athlete of the Year” award.
Said Steve, “Yes, we trained David in presentation and media skills before he had to accept the award from Prince Albert of Monaco in a televised ceremony in front of an audience of several hundred athletes and VIPs.”
Date: August 1, 2011
Time: 5:02 pm
Commenting on Chamber Business Training, David Mellor, Company Customer Service & Training Manager Total Food Services said: “I have been working with East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce for the past eighteen months on a number of training programmes to meet our company’s needs.
East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce provides a multitude of training programmes to fit the needs of the business with a willingness to provide bespoke training or adapt current training programmes to meet the specific training requirements for the business.
I have found the professionalism has been outstanding and the willingness to assist in developing the training programmes and assisting sourcing funding where applicable an asset.
The Chamber of Commerce provides well designed modern and comfortable training premises with class and conference rooms that meet the needs of the business. The facility is located within very easy and close access to key motorway networks and with ample free visitor parking there are no issues for people attending courses.
I can say that it is rare to come across such a focused and dedicated training provider who goes that extra mile to meet your needs.
I can confidently recommend the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce as a training provider.”
Date: April 15, 2011
Time: 2:37 pm
The East Lancs Chamber of Commerce are delighted with the recent
excellent exam results for our CIPS students.
100% pass rates for 3 of the units with 9 credits and distinctions were acheived and we congratulate all our students who worked extremely hard to attain this success.
To register for the new 2011/2012 programmes and find out how CIPS can make a significant contribution to your business contact Chamber Business Training or e-mail email@example.com
Funding to the CIPS Level 2 programme is now available, perfect for those brand new to purchasing : 2 Training Days 26 & 27 May, 1 Exam Day 2 June – click here to register now.
Date: January 5, 2011
Time: 2:45 pm
Cost cutting is the priority for 2011 for nearly half of buyers, according to the latest Supply Management 100 poll.
In answer to the question “what is your main priority for procurement in your organisation in 2011?”, 46% of the respondents cited cost cutting.
Supplier relationship management, including continuity of supply, came second with 18% of buyers putting it above anything else.
Date: December 20, 2010
Time: 11:49 am
What an accomplishment to secure Highly Commended through the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply!
Chamber Business Training is delighted to achieve this especially as the client and student feedback was exceptional. Client satisfaction is very important to us and so that makes the acheivement even more rewarding.
If you or your organisation want to make a significant impact on your bottom line then the CIPS Learning Ladder could make a real difference to your company.
This could be one of the best decisions for your career in 2011 – to learn more please join Chamber Business Training on 25 January 2011 at a CIPS Breakfast Taster.
To reserve your place contact the Training Team on 01254 356400 or visit www.chamberbusinesstraining.co.uk