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What’s new in Learning and Development? Watson Martin Partnership team at CIPD L&D Show

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The Watson Martin Partnership team are taking part in the CIPD Learning & Development Show at London Olympia on 25 and 26 April 2018 where WMP experts will be on hand to discuss its full range of qualifications, in-company and apprenticeship programmes.


Visitors regsitering at WMP's stand during the two-day event will be offered some exclusive benefits, discounts and business updates including up to 15% off CIPD qualifications on all levels of CIPD programmes and access to WMP's webinar series 'Learning Bites'.

Learning Bites webinars are specialist online events providing advice and support to HR and L&D practitioners on a range of hot topics including employment law, performance management and ‘Unlocking the Black Box’.

WMP Managing Partners. Heather Watson and Melanie Martin, who founded the business in 2004, will be available to discuss all matters HR and L&D on Day One of the event. Visitors may prebook appointments by emailing [email protected].

Visitors can find out about apprenticeship training from WMP's expert Sharon White  WMP is on the register of approved main providers (ROATP) for HR and Leadership and Management apprenticeship training and can offer advice about all aspects of the scheme. Sharon will be available on Day Two.

WMP is looking for a CIPD qualified professional who has a true love for HR and Learning just like us. Potential candidates are encoraged to visit WMP on stand 666 to find out more information about this exciting opportunity.

Visitors will also be able to collect a free gift of either a handy mobile phone holder, mini tote or fabric shopper bag by registering at the WMP stand.

“Watson Martin is lucky enough to have a number of specialist L&D advisers in the team and, as a result, can provide a full suite of Learning and Development programmes and delivery methods from fast-track to online and workshops. We also offer the widest choice of CIPD optional modules provided by any centre,” explained Heather Watson. “The CIPD show is one of the major events in the L&D calendar where practitioners can hear about the latest developments in the industry. We are delighted to be able to showcase our products and services at this major event and are looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible during the two days,” she added. 

Visitors can also check WMP's recent feedback about its programmes on CourseCheck at which helps people find highly rated training courses. CIPD L&D Intermediate candidate Rosie Martin, who gave WMP this 5 star rating and commented:

“Trainer (Joseph) was brill – the workshops were a highlight.  I really enjoyed meeting the other people in my group and felt we worked well together. I enjoyed the time away from the office; it was fun, and stepping back to evaluate what’s going on at work was very helpful.  My adviser (Alisoun) was fantastic.  She gave me clear guidance and expectations, and was extremely helpful and flexible.”


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