Luxury Academy has launched a monthly subscription service for businesses to receive regular on-site training for all their staff, in a bid to cut costs for small businesses who cannot afford to hire an external training partner.
The scheme, called The Training Partnership and priced from £27 per staff member per month, will give subscribers access to all of Luxury Academy’s core training, and help hoteliers deliver consistent development programmes.
Bespoke programmes can also be designed specifically for the company as part of their monthly subscription.
The Training Partnership offers three subscription levels; economy, standard and premium, each offering an inclusive number of training days per month.
Training days are flexible and can be carried over, which is useful in busy periods, and can be delivered in everything from induction and brand standard programmes for new starters to advanced leadership skills for senior managers.
Director of Luxury Academy London, Paul Russell said that the Partnership had been development in response to a large number of enquiries it had received from small companies eager to give their staff the tools and skills they need to succeed in their roles.
He said: “Until now, the stumbling block has usually been the cost. It takes considerable investment to put an entire team onto training workshops but with our partnership, these firms can now train their staff in sales techniques, effective communication, telephone skills, leadership and customer service in a way that is both affordable and manageable.”
Paul continues: “We’re delighted to bring this new scheme to the service sector, offering a way for smaller businesses to access the type of consistent, continuous and quality training that has the power to enhance their service levels. At this stage, we are offering ten memberships but this may increase over time. I do believe that The Training Partnership is a game changer for the small to medium sized firm and we invite interested businesses to get in touch to register their interest.”