Free training for Holywell Town Centre businesses
Holywell town centre businesses are being encouraged to attend two free
training sessions which are taking place in the town soon.
On Tuesday 24 February, Coleg Cambria will provide a session on Marketing and
Customer Service Excellence. Then on Tuesday 3 March, the Retail Skills Academy
at Llandrillo College will run a session called Engaging with your customers in
the 21st century.
Both courses are provided thanks to support from the Welsh Government’s Town
Partnerships fund. They will run from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and will be held at
Holywell Library. Holywell town centre businesses are invited to attend either
or both sessions.
Karen Lloyd from The Flower Bowl in the town is a member of the informal
Holywell Business Group. She said:
’I think these short training courses are really good. Although I’ve run my
own business for many years there are always new things to learn and it is good
to keep up to date with the latest trends and ideas.
Cllr Derek Butler, Cabinet Member for Economic Development, said:
This is a great opportunity and the training is completely free to any
Holywell town centre business. However, places are limited and must be booked
in advance. You can book your place by contacting Clare Madders, Regeneration
Project Officer at Flintshire County Council via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone her on 01352 703225.