Sandler expands training platform

Sandler Training is set to expand its training program delivery to Interior communities via distance learning.

Sandler Training is set to expand its training program delivery to Interior communities via distance learning.

“We have primarily provided our training programs to clients based in the Thompson-Okanagan via our training centre in Kelowna,” said Vernon’s John Glennon, a trainer with Sandler.

“We have had increasing demand for our programs from clients in other B.C. Interior locations, however, the reality with the size of the B.C. Interior is that travel and attendance was an obstacle to overcome.”

Sandler successfully beta tested delivering training via a blended use of web, phone and online support, will begin offering the programs this fall.

Core programs on offer include strategic management solutions, presidents club sales training and strategic customer care.

“While globally Sandler Training works with companies of all sizes, and in all types of industries, our sweet spot here in the B.C. Interior is small-to-medium-sized enterprises,” said Glennon. “We work with companies of all shapes and sizes. The common denominator is how serious they are to change, compete and grow. That is the difference.”

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