Give your business a training boost

3rd April 2019

Local training provider is launching new bitesize training courses to help pull skills gaps within the region.

The Source, based near Meadowhall, has been offering training in the region for the past 15 years and has developed this new suite of training courses to give even the busiest workers time for professional development. BoostS are a series of 90-120 minute training courses in topic areas such as digital skills, business growth, social media for business, and sales. They offer bitesize information that is easy to digest and won't keep you away from your desk for too long. Dale Robinson, Director of Business Development at The Source, said: -Allowing staff the time to train may not always be the main priority for companies but it is the only way the workforce can get the up to date skills and knowledge they need. -Whatever your job title, whatever your industry: there is a Boost to suit you. The Source is working with a group of specialist trainers to run these courses. Trainers include Simon McCaskill, who developed short courses to great success in Leeds, and also two local business specialists, Rob Taylor from 0114 Marketing and Steve Knapp from the Sales Mindset Coach. The range of courses include Hack Your 9-5 which will teach you how save over 2 hours a day through easy techniques you can adapt to the workplace. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to save over two hours a day leading to a more productive and less stressful working environment. Other courses include Successful Selling Online, Landing That Dream Job, Facebook Strategy, Sales in Business Strategy, and many more. You will be able to book onto BoostS courses in March 2019 via The Source website. If you would like more information about the courses before then, contact The Source on 0114 263 5600 or email

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