GCU takes Business Training Academies to HR Directors

24 January 2011

GCU takes Business Training Academies to HR Directors

GCU working with Howden

GLASGOW Caledonian University is this week exhibiting at the HR Director’s Business Summit at the ICC in Birmingham.

Exclusive to decision-making directors, the HR event is a business forum for the UK's top HR names from businesses including Tesco, MacDonalds and The Carphone Warehouse.

Dr Susan Ogden from Glasgow Caledonian University's Caledonian Business School (CBS) and a lecturer on many of our Work-Based Learning Programmes will be meeting with organisations to discuss Bespoke Business Academies, Bespoke Masters programmes and each organisation's training needs.

The Applied Knowledge Exchange at GCU can boost your business potential by developing bespoke training programmes for your workforce.

At Glasgow Caledonian University, we partner with industry to design and deliver flexible and bespoke staff development programmes which incorporate our clients’ own strategic objectives for immediate impact. Through our Scottish Centre for Work-Based Learning, we specialise in bringing academic and work-based knowledge together. We have a network of business clients from leading organisations, including ClydeUnion Pumps, Howden, Scottish and Southern Energy, and the Institution of Railway Operators building collaborative and bespoke education programmes with GCU.

GCU will also be highlighting GCU London, which offers professionally accredited postgraduate courses in Banking and Finance, Risk Management, International Fashion Marketing, Luxury Brand Marketing, Tourism and Construction Management. GCU London has established links with multinational groups such as Santander, National Australia Group, JP Morgan, RBS Insurance and Morgan Stanley.

For more information on Business Academies, call The Applied Knowledge Exchange on 0141 331 3189.

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