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Carlsberg partners with CPL in £250k training deal for pubs

By Helen Gilbert , 11-Jan-2013

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Carlsberg UK has linked up with training provider CPL to deliver £250,000 worth of training to pubs.

Carlsberg partners with CPL in £250k training deal for pubs

Thousands of independent free trade pubs will have the opportunity to apply for completely free or heavily discounted courses, which are available in both face to face and online formats.

They will also gain access to Carlsberg UK’s bespoke courses which include ‘Getting your Range Right’ and ‘Eight Steps to Success’ and benefit from a £100 discount on personal licence training APLH and SCPLH.

David Scott, director of marketing for Carlsberg UK said: “In these tough economic times, sometimes training and development courses are pushed to the bottom of the ‘to do’ list as they can be expensive.

“That’s why we have joined forces with CPL, so we can continue to work in partnership with our customers and provide them with affordable and useful training courses and it demonstrates that we really do deliver more to customers.”

Daniel Davies, CEO of CPL added: “We have been training the licensed trade since 1991 and have an average pass rate of 98%. We are delighted to be working in conjunction with Carlsberg UK and deliver these invaluable training courses, which will continue to improve the standard of work in the UK on-trade.”

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