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Free business clinics with SGS College

Interactive bite-sized workshops for business managers and decision makers are due to be staged by South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.

According to SGS College the workshops will include "hot-topics, of immediate benefit to your business" - they are free to attend.

Sessions will include a management workshop - for leaders at all levels, which will focus on setting strategic aims and operational objectives.

Next comes an accountancy special - for smarter business planning. The session will develop skills to plan and forecast future business projects, risk-assess and identify confidence levels.

There will also be a HR, team building and confident communication session for HR professionals, a GDPR and data management workshop, and an infrastructure and network security special.

It is worth checking out Eventbrite  for the full details.

Sessions are due to take place at SGS Stroud Campus on Friday, June 1, from 9am to 1pm. Delegates can choose from any two or five companies.

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