Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce is delighted to launch Chamber Train, a suite of high quality professional training courses, designed by business for business.
Chamber Train will upskill more than 1000 individuals a year, and the investment will broaden the range of skills services available to Chamber Members and the wider business community.
Chamber Train presents our members with the best training provision available in Greater Manchester. All the courses delivered through the Chamber are short, sharp, practical masterclasses designed to improve performance in the workplace.
The training providers are hand-picked for their excellence and we have negotiated preferential prices for our members.
Our training covers four key business objectives
• Increase profile, grow sales
• Improve team performance
• Improve business processes to get more for less
• Compliance: Reducing risk
The training companies we working with are specialists in their field and include
Head of Skills Development at the Chamber, Joy Sewart said:
“This has been an incredibly exciting journey, one that has been 12 months in the making and we are thrilled with the response we have had already from our Members. We really wanted to provide a training programmes that satisfied the aspirations of employers through a solid programme that delivers excellent professional training.”
So far, we’ve had over 180 individuals go through the Chamber Train programme – and 100% would recommend to a friend.
Chris Taylor, Professional Services Manager at the Chamber said:
‘This is an exciting development which enables us to help our members improve their capability and increase performance through training, the most sustainable way to support business growth’
Clive Memmott, Chief Executive the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce commented “Chamber Train is an important step forward for the Chamber. It will enable us to meet the skills development needs of our members through practical, cost effective learning solutions delivered by Members, for Members.”