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New sales training course from BHETA

Published: 24 February 2020 - John King
 

The British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) is offering members a second one-day ‘Improving Your Sales Success’ course on Tuesday 28 April at Federation House, after the first course at the end of January was oversubscribed.   

The course is Institute of Sales Management and CPD accredited and attendees received a course manual and supporting materials, as well as unlimited email and telephone support after the event.  Delegates will again enjoy a 34% discount on provider, management training and development’s standard rates.

MTD Training Group is BHETA’s training provider of choice, having trained 250,000 staff from 9,000 companies in over 25 countries. Feedback from delegates on the first BHETA course included “Excellent content, great delivery, and  "Ideal for anyone new to sales or that has been involved for years”.  

Topics covered included listening skills, objection handling, establishing and building contact, emotional intelligence and consultative selling.

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