WELL Training have been featured as a “hidden gem” of the Black Country making a big impact nationally and globally in the latest edition of the region’s Chamber of Commerce magazine.
WELL CEO Lindsey Flynn is interviewed in the profile published in the September edition of Prosper, the publication of Black Country Chamber of Commerce.
Based in the Black Country, WELL is a longstanding member of the region’s Chamber of Commerce.
The article says: “From their HQ in Wolverhampton, the female-led team behind Black Country success story WELL Training is helping a “hidden gem” enhance the skills of workforces across the UK, Europe, America and Asia.
“WELL has established a growing reputation for providing high impact training for leading brands nationally and internationally, including a broad range of apprenticeships, as well as bespoke development courses shaped to meet client needs.
“UK big names such as food-tech success Just Eat for Business, premium coffee house Caffè Nero, Premier Marinas, the NHS have all worked with WELL to upgrade the skills of their staff, at every level.”
To read the article in full, click here: September edition of Prosper magazine WELL Training profile