New Industry Website Launches
Zenith group partners – CP Training Services – have just launched their new look training website, which provides an exciting range of supply chain training courses designed for managers and aspiring managers.
CP Training Services have been the go-to supply chain specialists for over 20 years and are the training and qualifications arm of the Supply Chain Academy.
The previous website had served them well during the past few years, but has now been redesigned and upgraded to accommodate modern devices and to align more closely with their brand.
CP’s exclusive range of business led courses have been improved and revamped to align with their delivery of the new supply chain degree apprenticeship. Training is available through open courses, or for larger group bookings, can be tailored to specific business needs onsite or offsite.
CP Training specialise in the supply chain exclusively and their facilities include the only world-wide learning centre that focuses purely on the subject. Maintaining excellent working relationships and partnerships with academic institutions enables them to link business needs with educational qualifications.
Neil Roll – CP Training General Manager – commented “We’re very proud and excited to finally have the new look website available after re-evaluating the content and design over many months”
“Both CP and the Supply Chain Academy offer a modern approach to vocational training that fits seamlessly around business needs, and the website has been designed to reflect this.”
CP Training and the Supply Chain Academy have a proven track record of success working with both SME’s and major organisations, such as Mitsubishi, Sky TV, Thomson Reuters, M&S, Shell & BP.
To find out more about the supply chain courses on offer, visit the new site https://cptrainingservices.org.uk. For more information on how CP Training and the Supply Chain Academy can add leverage to your supply chain please call 01708 259450 or email email@example.com
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