Free Online Courses for Businesses

5th November 2015

Local award writing company Pure Awards Creative is launching a series of free online courses inviting potential clients to get a feel for the awards and marketing industry.

The courses, which will be accessible to anyone signing up to the Pure Awards members list, are ideal for businesses looking to pick up useful tips on a range of topics, from drafting awards, to key factors to wow the judges and even how to make the most out of your award win. Build your skills through step-by-step guides that are designed to make some big ideas easily digestible. The easy-to-follow courses can help your business grow and equip you with some industry secrets to help you stand out from your competitors. Pure Awards currently hosts a variety of live workshops, often in partnerships with other leading organisations, to give your company the edge. These courses are run at various locations across the UK, but the accessibility of the online courses mean that Pure Awards' knowledge can now be at your fingertips at the touch of a button, wherever you are - ideal for the busy nature of the business leaders we work with. 2015 has been a year of expansion for the company, with a complete rebranding to Pure Awards Creative, a growing team and an office relocation. Lucinda White, Director, says: "We're really excited about the introduction of our new online learning courses and to share with businesses a taster of our knowledge. Online learning is a fast-growing sector and we're delighted to be able to use it to pass on our expertise." The e-courses begin in December. To find out more join our mailing list for the newsletter and updates via our website www.pureawardscreative.com

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