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BPIF Training Business Skills Qualifications Starting Soon



The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF), is launching their next round of Business Skills Qualifications, starting in January. The course provides learners with an exciting opportunity to develop their continual professional development and professional skill set to support theirs’ and their businesses’ growth. With pass rates going above and beyond the average, with up to 75% of learners achieving a Distinction on courses, the opportunity is not one to miss out on.

The courses are designed to enable individuals to support and engage with different parts of an organisation and interact effectively with internal and external customers.  BPIF training has received exceptional feedback from their courses with 94% of employers surveyed believing that the training delivered is relevant and up to date with industry standards, and 100% of employers would recommend BPIF training to another employer. Courses are delivered online with support from tutors that have had years of experience in the industry. It is an opportunity to develop employability skills, both theoretical and practical, whilst working on the job.

The course start dates are coming round fast, so it is important to sign up soon to make sure that a space is secured.

The following courses are on offer starting from January next year:

• Customer Service Practitioner Level 2 – Starting 27 January 2022

• Customer Service Practitioner Level 3 – Starting 27 January 2022

• Business Administrator Level 3 – Starting 27 January 2022

• Team Leader / Supervisor Level 3 – Starting 27 January 2022

• Operations/Department Manager Level 5 – Starting 17 February 2022

A previous learner on the Level 5 management course has said the course was “A fantastic opportunity to gain the knowledge that will allow you to improve the working environment for yourself and your colleagues”.

Not only do learners achieve a qualification, but there are also plenty of networking opportunities from the course, with learners using the course to learn more about themselves and as leverage for promotions and new exciting roles. 98% of apprentices would recommend BPIF training to a friend. Another learner has gone on to add; “I couldn't recommend enrolling on this course more. I have learnt a lot about myself and have identified gaps in my skillset that have helped with my progression and reaching my goals. My confidence in managing others has greatly improved and I am thankful to the BPIF Training department.”

For further information and to sign up to one of the Business Skills Qualifications, visit the BPIF Training website

www.bpif.training 

or get in contact with Arun Madar in the training team.

Arun.Madar@BPIF.org.uk