Chance for sales training

11:59 06 June 2014

Norwich MP Chloe Smith

Norwich MP Chloe Smith

Archant Sales Academy is offering training positions in Norwich as part of its commitment to the Norwich For Jobs campaign to tackle youth unemployment.

Any 18-24 year old registered with Norwich Jobcentre Plus, who wants a career in marketing, sales or customer service, is invited to apply for four weeks training in the EDP/ Evening News offices in Prospect House, Rouen Road.

The training will be delivered by their highly qualified training manager within a bustling journalism environment; it will include first class training in telephone sales, marketing and customer service.

You will be trained to deliver a marketing campaign for Norwich for Jobs followed by an opportunity to put your training into real practice.

Ask your Norwich Jobcentre Plus Work Coach about NOS/151143 today (Friday) or ring 01603-248726.

An initial training day will be held on Monday from 9.30am to 3.30pm.

Four of the training day delegates will then be able to begin a four week work experience placement at Archant.


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