Black Friday Boom for Burnley Business as North West Business Training Slashes Prices
As the cost-of-living crisis continues to impact businesses around Lancashire, the leading provider of commercial courses in the region has cut course prices for Black Friday.
North West Business Training, support by Burnley College, the number one college in England*, specialises in providing cutting-edge bespoke training opportunities from the smallest SMEs to the global aerospace giants.
Courses range from basic gas and electrical safety to advanced leadership and management, accounting and even creative arts courses.
And from now until Sunday 27 November they’re offering 10% off every course – which could save local businesses thousands of pounds.
Companies are also offered a free consultation from the team of expert advisors who can assess, recommend and deliver bespoke solutions in line training needs.
Manager at North West Business Training (NWBT), Ashley Alderson says with businesses facing tough economic conditions, they are proud to offer a helpful incentive:
“There continues to be pressure from all sides on business. Every single business in Lancashire has seen their energy prices rocket – in some cases more than doubling.
“The need for training doesn’t stop though. If your workforce falls behind with the latest techniques or you have a skills gap which you just can’t fill, it can be really detrimental to your business.
“We pride ourselves on working closely with local business leaders to truly understand the landscape so we can ensure we’re providing the most up-to-date and relevant training – and at a price which makes business sense.”
Based at Burnley College in the heart of the town centre, NWBT is part of the College’s £110 million state-of-the-art Campus which has expanded its facilities to include a Low Carbon Hub aimed at helping businesses reduce their carbon footprint and a cutting-edge 3D Printing Centre available to local businesses.
Ashley says business training is always a two-way street:
“They learn from us, but we also learn so much from them.
“By talking to the leaders of industry in the area we make sure we’re always two steps ahead – filling skills gaps and installing the best and most relevant technology on our Campus.
“We are so lucky to have close links with a wide group of innovative companies who understand our mission to put Lancashire business at the forefront of global industry.”
*In the official latest Government league tables for Student attainment.