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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Seventh Wave Corporate Training launch new educational training arm

Corporate Trainers announce new educational training group to deliver key PSHE courses to schools, colleges and youth workers.

Seventh Wave Corporate Training, a leading training provider in leadership, management and organisational effectiveness training, is proud to announce the launch of its new educational training arm, the Seventh Wave Education Group. The new training group offers a unique curriculum of interactive training courses that includes a focus on leadership, skills development, mentoring and safeguarding both for teachers and students.

Adrian Sladdin, Co-Managing Director of Seventh Wave Corporate Training, and the new Group Director of the Seventh Wave Education Group says: “We’re incredibly excited to launch the new Seventh Wave Education Group that will help spearhead our delivery of a fantastic new range of training courses designed especially for educators, parents and of course the students themselves. Seventh Wave’s position as a key safeguarding training facilitator within the gaming and gambling industry is key to the launch of our new Education Group, and we’re really proud to be offering brand new interactive sessions on gambling and gaming to primary and secondary school students, teachers and their parents.”

About the Seventh Wave Education Group

At the Seventh Wave Education Group we have a very simple approach to training. Every training session is engaging, interactive and engenders beneficial change. All the members of our team, experts in their educational field, have a rich understanding of the training which both students and teachers need, based on our own recent experiences and research. Our team comes from a variety of educational backgrounds including work in schools, colleges, universities, awarding bodies and major educational charities, all of which has been used to create our unique curriculum and materials.

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