Learn to deliver Email Etiquette training

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Train-the-trainer workshop

Every organisation needs to reduce costs and increase productivity.

The Emailogic Summer Licensing offer will allow you to do just that.

The offer includes a full day train-the-trainer workshop where your trainers will learn how to deliver the Emailogic 90 minute Email Etiquette seminar. The offer also includes a license for those trainers to then roll out the seminar to your staff.

The workshop includes:
- How to capture an audience and keep them engaged
- How to make training engaging and entertaining for all delegates
- Practice in delivering the Email Etiquette seminar and receiving feedback
- How to measure the results and calculate your ROI
- Full course materials and dedicated ongoing support for your programme

Your trainers will work with Emailogic facilitators to:
- Design an internal marketing package to optimise course attendance
- Be ready to roll out award-winning Email Etiquette training during 2014/15

As well as saving 17 days per person, after Emailogic training your staff will:
- feel less stressed
- use the phone more
- reduce unnecessary email traffic

Emailogic Summer School Offer - Just £7.95 per person
£7,950 + VAT

Saving of at least 35% off standard pricing
Full day train-the trainer workshop for up to 6 trainers at your site
Plus licences to train 1000 of your staff over 3 years, and all trainer materials


£4950 + VAT for the same package with 4 trainers and 500 licenses

Special Offer Deadline: 31st July 2014

Contact us below to book or call 01452 886556 to discuss this opportunity further... and start saving your staff 16 days a year.

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“In these tougher economic times it is critical for successful organisations to optimise the productivity of their people, and L&D managers continually need to find new ways and ideas for delivering this cost-effectively." Peter Chevis, Director, Priority