At the recent National Learning at Work Day reception in central London, Tricia Hartley CEO of the Campaign for Learning officially announced an exciting new partnership with the National Campaign for Learning, that will make us the exclusive provider of training materials to thousands of learners.

At the head office of Pearson on The Strand, and front of an audience that included Matthew Hancock, MP – Minister for Skills (pictured above with Nicky and Neil) and Shadow-Minister Gordon Marsden, Tricia announced that in the coming weeks McCrudden Training and Campaign staff will be finalising a series of trainer packs that will retail on the Campaign for Learning website.

The packs, including some of our most popular topics will provide all the materials needed to deliver our award winning and innovative training in-house, allowing us to extend the reach of our training services outside of Sussex.

As a national charity the Campaign for Learning encourages training and development as a means of improving lives and developing careers, and our new partnership will help them to encourage more and more organisations to invest in developing staff, by offering innovative training packs for sale. The first courses released as part of this initiative will include; mastering minuting meetings training, time management training and a presentation skills training course.

Although the Campaign for Learning have always worked closely  with other organisations, this marks the first occasion that the Campaign for Learning has outsourced the development of training material to another company, a milestone that is not lost on  our company director Nicky. “We are delighted to be associated with an organisation so dedicated to the proliferation of knowledge and learning. Our tried and tested training courses are founded on innovation and experience, and we are excited to be working with a company that shares these values. This partnership marks the culmination of much hard work on both sides, and we are thrilled to see what the future holds.”

The first trainer training materials are expected to be available to buy from September 2013.  For more information, please call Nicky on 0845 257 5871.