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Half-day training courses

Too busy to attend a full-day course?

 

Whilst our customers acknowledge that running a full-day training course is always more beneficial for both the individual delegates and their organisation, we understand that there are occasions when a one day course is not feasible due to either logistic or budgetary constraints. In such instances, we can offer a half-day version of our full-day training courses. Half-day training courses can either be delivered in a morning or an afternoon or, in order to increase the volume of those receiving training, twice within the same day (am & pm) for which a special rate is available.

If this option is of interest, we would discuss your priorities with you and prepare a bespoke half-day course that will cover the areas of most importance to your delegates. This may mean that you cover all of the topics included in the full-day course but in less detail or incorporate fewer topics but at the same level of detail as delegates would experience during a full-day course.

From an organisational point of view, one of the benefits of our half-day training courses is that twice as many delegates can be trained within one day and they will all receive the same online and audio downloadable resources as they would if they had attended a full-day course.

If you would like to discuss our half-day course options, or would like a cost comparison between our half-day and full-day courses, please contact Alastair Taylor on 0131 476 5027 or email [email protected].

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