Courses for Professional and Financial Services now available at SGS Berkeley GREEN6th February 2017
SGS College has introduced a range of professional and financial services specific courses at its Berkeley GREEN Campus for people in the region looking to improve their skills or career.
Made by professionals for professionals, these part-time courses are suited to a variety of business functions. There are also a variety of start dates throughout the year as well as some courses having availability on demand.
The courses on offer include ILM Award in Leadership and Management, APM Fundamentals Introductory Certificate, Apprenticeship or NVQ in Supply in Chain Management and CIPD Award in Employment Law, Resourcing and Talent Planning. Courses range from levels 3 – 7.
Having established relationships with a number of major employers, SGS College has an excellent reputation in not only outstanding results, but also dedicated advice and support to cater for a range of business needs.
In the 2016 FE Choices Employer Satisfaction Survey SGS College achieved the highest score of any college nationally, scoring 99.5% satisfaction rate. More than 60,000 employers gave their views, allowing an insight into the experience they have had with their local college in terms to quality of training and responsiveness received.
Head of SGS College’s Professional and Financial Services Department, Sarah Stephens-Lewis, comments: "We are delighted to be able to deliver some of our professional qualifications at our Berkeley GREEN Campus and look forward to providing the same high quality provision as we do at our other campuses. This is a key opportunity for employers and individuals to study at higher levels in areas such as logistics and management whilst enjoying the professional surroundings of our new Science and Technology Park."
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