Premier Christy Clark has recently announced the allocation of $3.1 million under the ‘Canada Starts Here: The BC Jobs Plan’. These funds are aimed at fueling the training pilot program which will focus on the skills enhancement of British Columbian micro business owners. There are over 1.200 micro businesspersons eligible under the Labor Market Agreement, each of whom will have $1,500 worth of business training that will aid in the progress of their business, and consequently contribute in the long-term advancement of the state. http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/05/premier-announces-skills-training-for-micro-businesses.htm
L2 Accent Reduction Centre is an excellent training provider for the Micro Business Program as many business owners have a great need to communicate well both in business writing and every day speaking tasks.
L2 Accent Reduction Centre is offering courses with no charge to the business owner; these funds will be covered through the Microbusiness Program. These courses include accent reduction training, which is essential to clear communication, especially when dealing with customer service issues. Similarly, voice projection training and writing courses would greatly improve the oral and written discourse of business for these small-business owners.
Business owners, who would like to take advantage of the world-class oral and written training provided by L2 Accent Reduction Centre, can contact http://www.chamberlearningnetwork.com/. However, the candidates need to comply with all the conditions set by the province for being entitled to free training by L2 Accent Reduction Centre.