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.”

Just Posted

Inaugural KidSport Greater Vernon golf tourney raises $18,000

Event raises single largest fundraising amount for Greater Vernon KidSport

Report says Canadian communities responding to climate change

New research highlights state of local adaptation planning in Canada

Crash near Vernon elementary school investigated

RCMP officer watches driver hit concrete barrier and then fence at school

Chance of showers and thunderstorm for Okanagan-Shuswap-Similkameen

Mostly cloudy day for the Okanagan-Shuswap and Similkameen regions

Vernon and Sicamous cannabis stores get provincial nod

Spiritleaf in Vernon will be the Okanagan’s first cannabis store.

VIDEO: Weekday weather update for the Okanagan Valley

Prepare for a rainy week with a chance of thunderstorms

Premier releases details on Similkameen affordable housing project

The proposed project in Keremeos will be designed to include one-, two- and three-bedroom units

Thieves steal tents from B.C. school, Grade 7 camping trip happens anyway

Nanaimo businesses, school staff and parents ensure trip goes on

Disaster relief: four tips for coping with wildfires, smoky skies

Being shrouded in smoke or having to flee from wildfires can cause anxiety, stress, depression

Two bear cubs saved near Revelstoke after mother hit by car

Conservation officers trapped the cubs and transported them to a wildlife sanctuary

Only legal pot shop between Vancouver and Kamloops now open

Private cannabis store on Skwah land in Chilliwack is first B.C. licensee to be Indigenous owned

Victoria woman in L.A. hospital after she was run over twice

Lynn Phillips has suffered from multiple broken bones and internal bleeding

‘Text neck’ causing bone spurs to grow from millennials’ skulls, researchers say

Technology use from early childhood causing abnormal bone growths in 41 per cent of young adults

B.C. judge defies lawyers and adds six months to man’s sex assault sentence

‘I find the joint submission is contrary to the public interest and I’m rejecting it’

Most Read