DGC and 1000Steps provide pathway to help businesses boost sales
4 July 2023
Dumfries and Galloway College is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with leading consultants 1000Steps to provide online training opportunities for sales professionals.
The three specialist courses are designed to help companies train their sales teams, develop employees’ skills and also help grow their business brands.
Whether it’s a new member of staff starting out in their sales career, or the most experienced sales exec looking to develop and refresh their knowledge, DGC and 1000Steps have it covered:
- Basic Sales: Seven-hour virtual course on self-assessment, lead generation, networking, first meetings, and practical application.
- Experienced Sales: Seven two-hour sessions designed for people who need to elevate their sales skills.
- Sales Managers Course: Four four-hour sessions designed to develop your most experienced Sales Management team. Aimed at Sales managers, founders and CEOs.
Founded in 2017 in Singapore and the UK, 1000Steps is an international business with a proven track record of delivering results and a team of experts who work closely with each client to tailor their services to suit specific needs.
Joanna Campbell, Dumfries and Galloway College Principal, said:
“DGC is delighted to collaborate with 1000Steps in delivering these innovative sales courses to businesses in the region.
“As a college, we are committed to providing learning platforms on as many levels as possible and helping to build a better future for everyone in the South of Scotland.”
Fraser Morrison, Group CEO at 1000Steps, said:
“The 1000Steps team are thrilled to be working with DGC on this pioneering partnership.
“In delivering these modules virtually and interactively with DGC, we can help any size of business to grow – that is our mission.”
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