Are you a SMART Woman? Do you employ SMART Women?

would you or a member of your team like to obtain over £3,600 of management development training for free? is your work based in Cornwall or would you like to return to full time employment? do you wish to gain a qualification in management or increase the skills within your team?

The SMART Women Project from Cornwall College Business has been designed specifically for women. So if you are motivated, dedicated to self development and want to increase your management skills, please get in touch. The Project not only offers learners the opportunity to gain high level management training (either Chartered Management Institute or Institute of Directors) and a qualification - but has commissioned bespoke self development workshops, developed and delivered in partnership with Enterprise West Cornwall. These workshops address the barriers for women in business and are built around improving confidence and communication skills.

To be eligible for the SMART Women Project your must be over 19 and working in Cornwall for a business with less than 250 employees. Please note that there is a £125 registration fee for the Chartered Management Institute qualification.

If you would like to take part in future Smart Women Programmes starting in April or September 2007, please contact Jennifer Atherton, Project Manager: jenny.atherton@ccb.cornwall.ac.uk for further information and an enquiry pack. Courses run for 12-17 weeks depending on the programme chosen.

Tel: 01209 617573
email: jenny.atherton@ccb.cornwall.ac.uk
Web: www.ccb.cornwall.ac.uk

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