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my-skills to offer free resources for account holders
Online publisher my-skills has announced the launch of its free resources for customers and website users who sign up for a member account.
The company says no purchase is required, and the resources include free business templates for key documents required by project managers, trainers, sales people and anyone looking to manage their own personal development.
Account holders also have access to a number of free articles and extracts from the my-skills portfolio of learning resources in project management, training practice, sales techniques and personal development, plus regular newsletters with product updates and related news.
my-skills is a family run business publishing books and electronic learning resources including ebooks, learning modules and presentation tools that aim to develop core skills in training, project management, sales and personal development. my-skills also offers consultancy services in business development, sales, marketing, and training needs analysis.
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