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my-skills publishes Training Skills and Project Skills in paperback
my-skills has launched its publishing programme with two new paperbacks aimed at business managers and students involved in training and project management.
'Training Skills' and 'Projects Skills' are now available from booksellers or directly from the my-skills website.
Training Skills is designed to provide a quick, accessible and practical introduction to the skills and tools required to successfully plan and deliver training, whether you are a new trainer looking to design and deliver a course for the first time, a manager looking to organise training for your colleagues, or someone working in another field who is considering training as a career change.
Barry De Boer draws upon over thirty years experience of managing projects and programmes to provide a guide to the core skills and tools required for successful project management. The book aims to help you understand and apply these skills by blending project management theory with a real world industry perspective.
my-skills is a family run business publishing books and electronic learning resources including ebooks, learning modules and presentation tools designed to help users develop core skills in training, project management, sales and personal development.
For further information about the new titles from my-skills, visit: www.my-skills.co.uk
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