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Clients can learn from a distance with Eliesha Training

A LEADERSHIP and management training company has been gleaning interest from businesses in the USA and India following the launch of its distance learning college.

A LEADERSHIP and management training company has been gleaning interest from businesses in the USA and India following the launch of its distance learning college.

Newcastle-based Eliesha Training will offer distance learners a range of business related courses that result in a qualification from either the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) or the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

Aled Evans, of Eliesha Training, said: “Primarily we are a face-to-face training organisation and we will continue to be so for the foreseeable future.

“A strategic review revealed that our current infrastructure and capability was ideally suited to introduce a distance learning option for our clients.

“We already had the skills, knowledge and accredited centre awards required. The biggest and best organisations in the country come to us and we are delighted to be able to offer this same expertise in a new format.

“The added benefit for Eliesha is that this style of learning also opens up the market for sales direct to the public and to smaller businesses that would not normally be able to take advantage of our knowledge and skills.”

Eliesha are an accredited ILM and CMI centre and have helped over 2,000 people to achieve management qualifications in the last year, while delivering over 100,000 days of training, learning and development.

 

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