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Site offer El Reg has teamed up once again with Internet Exchange to offer 50 readers free training online.

This time around, Internet Exchange has secured funding from BusinessLink London to deliver free leadership and management training worth £1,000 to directors or senior managers of small and medium-sized businesses (under 250 employees) based in London.

Sign-up details are here.

Now for some bumf:

The programme is designed to help business leaders who have a significant part to play in the success and growth of their business. Its aim is to identify exactly what their needs are and to assist in meeting those needs.

The courses cover a wide range of subjects including Project Management, Finance for managers, Personal development, E-Business, HR, Administration, Business strategy and Operations.

Included with the training is a free Training Needs Analysis that highlights which courses would be the most useful. This analysis is done at the recipients office so that the whole process is as convenient as possible. Interested parties can access a demo of some courses on the website.

Interested? Call Tanya Koch on 0208 742 4000 or bung her an email on Tanya.koch@internet-exchange.co.uk. ®

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