Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce has launched a brand-new suite of industry-leading training courses aimed at unlocking the full potential of businesses across the county.
Recognising that a skilled and motivated workforce is paramount for business success, the Chambers has gathered the region’s top trainers to create a comprehensive and convenient one-stop-shop for all training needs.
Leveraging over 200 years of collective experience within the business community, Staffordshire Chambers has meticulously designed new training programmes to address specific skill gaps, allowing businesses to align their employees’ capabilities with organisational needs and goals.
All training courses will be hosted at the centrally-located Commerce House in Festival Park, providing participants with access to complimentary refreshments, free parking, and ultra-fast WiFi. Chamber members will also be entitled to exclusive discounts when booking courses.
Chris Plant, Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce Deputy CEO, said: “We wanted to collaborate with Staffordshire’s best trainers to create a range of training courses that provide unrivalled value for the local business community.
“Staffordshire Chambers will now offer training programmes that elevate competency and expertise in crucial business disciplines, including core business skills, leadership, finance, HR, and health & safety. The comprehensive approach is designed to empower businesses across various sectors and sizes.
“The advantages of investing in workforce training are underscored by the Chambers, emphasizing its ability to address skill and recruitment challenges, engage employees, increase productivity, unlock new skillsets, improve employee retention, and foster innovation within organisations.
“Our lineup of award-winning trainers bring a wealth of practical knowledge to cater to companies of all sizes – from micro-businesses and SMEs to large international corporations.”
As a not-for-profit organisation, every penny earned by the Chambers will be reinvested to support and nurture the growth of Staffordshire’s economy.
The first five courses taking place at Commerce House are:
Microsoft Excel Beginner – Wed 6 March
Emergency First Aid at Work – Tue 26 March
Microsoft Excel Intermediate – Thu 11 April
Essential Supervisory Skills – Tue 16 April
Introduction to HR for Non-HR Managers – Thu 18 April
Chris added: “Opting for training with the Chambers is not just an investment in workforce development but also a contribution to the organisation’s advocacy and lobbying efforts, which aim to create the most favourable trading conditions for companies in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.”
The Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce’s dynamic training courses promise to be a catalyst for business growth and success in the evolving business landscape.