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43 years of success - Established 1974

43 Years of Success
Established in 1974

"Helping you gain
.control of your career"

About Business Training

Diana Nadin, Director of Studies

Diana Nadin
Director of Studies

2015 STUDENT OF THE YEAR AWARD -
THE WINNER ANNOUNCED

Business Training was formed in 1974 to provide training in Business English for those seeking to improve their job prospects. The vision was to create home study courses that provided vocational training that was practical and would benefit students in their working life. Since that time we have expanded our range of subjects and become a leading provider of home study courses.

As part of a group of distance learning colleges, including The Writers Bureau and STT, we have successfully trained hundreds of thousands of students worldwide. We use our substantial knowledge and experience in this field to offer high quality courses and tuition. The skills we teach have delivered life-changing results for many of our students.

We are constantly creating new courses under the expert guidance of our Director of Studies – Diana Nadin – and her team of professional writers and tutors. We are also committed to maintaining and improving the quality of our existing courses. This is to ensure that the most up-to-date information is available to you. Our aim is:

  1. To help you acquire effective training in the subject of your choice.

  2. To provide an overall training and tuition service which offers you excellent value for money.

  3. To have a satisfied body of students who will continue to spread our good name and reputation.

Our commitment to our students, the use of new technologies and our expertise in distance learning allow us to offer effective, convenient training that is also excellent value for money.


Business Training is also a member of The European Association of Distance Learning. The association’s objectives include the promotion of professional and ethical standards in distance education and the protection of students’ interests. Members are required to follow a strict code of conduct to maintain the standard required by the association.

EADL
Nuwendoorn 16
NL-1613 LD
Grootebroek
The Netherlands.

www.eadl.org/


British Institute for Learning and Development

Members of the British Institute for Learning and Development sign up to a code of conduct which indicates the standards expected of them. The adoption of this code is an integral part of membership and provides the basis through which the Institute promotes its members’ commitment to quality and good practice.

The British Institute for Learning and Development seeks to impart advice on best practice, techniques and technologies in learning and the use of quality models for continuous improvement amongst its members.

For more information about the British Institute for Learning and Development visit: www.thebild.org.

 

ABCC

Business Training is a member of the ABCC (Association of British Correspondence Colleges). The fundamental purpose of the Association is to promote sound educational standards and ethical business practices.

Membership is only open to distance learning colleges who have provided a consistently reliable and efficient tutorial service for not less that five years and who comply with the criteria for membership approved by the Council of the Association. They must agree to comply with the Association’s code of ethics which guarantees high standards of service and integrity on the part of all colleges.

www.homestudy.org.uk

 

UKRLP

Business Training (The Writers Bureau) is on the UK Register of Learning Providers Registration Number 10007651.

The UK Register of Learning Providers is a 'one-stop' portal to be used by government departments, agencies, learners, and employers to share key information about learning providers. The UKRLP allows providers to update their information in one place and share this across agencies such as the Skills Funding Agency, the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and UCAS.

Since provider registration opened on 1st August 2005, the UKRLP has grown to over 30,000 providers. Each of these has been verified against a recognised external source and has been allocated a UK Provider Reference Number (UKPRN). This is the unique identifier used to share information with the UKRLP partner agencies.

https://www.ukrlp.co.uk/