After a huge positive response to the free courses released by CPL Learning, we have now rolled out 75% discounts across our range of e-learning courses.
Last week CPL Learning released a free Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action course to help support hospitality businesses during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As the situation develops and the government releases new advice daily, we have endeavoured to provide as much support as possible to the industry including a roll-out of course discounts.
Following the release of the coronavirus course, we have now launched another free course aimed at supporting retail businesses during the virus pandemic. In addition to this, we are now offering our Personal Resilience and Mental Health Champion courses free of charge. These courses can help support the teams working in hospitality and retail with their emotional wellbeing during was it a stressful time for all.
We have now taken the decision to offer a 75% discount on a wide range of courses across our website. CPL Learning wants to continue to increase support and we hope that being able to access more of our content at a discounted price will help teams across the sector. Either by keeping teams engaged and focused during what may be a quiet period for business or by supporting possible increases in new team members joining retail establishments.
In the case of getting new team members up to speed quickly, it’s important to have a quick and easy way to access important courses such as the Award for Licenced Premises Staff and the Award in Underage Sales Prevention (AUASP) – two of our courses now being offered at a discounted rate.
What can you learn?
We have extended these course discounts across many of our available e-learning activities. Check out all the courses we are offering a discount on our online courses page here.
For some, learning and development may be a valuable tool in keeping yourself focused and positive for the future at a challenging time. It could also be a great way to keep your team engaged if they are being retained but unable to work for the time being.
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