Chance for sales training

Norwich MP Chloe Smith Norwich MP Chloe Smith

Friday, June 6, 2014
11:59 AM

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

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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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