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Businesses wanting to stay ahead of the competition, rely on a capable and motivated workforce. Many SMEs don’t have the internal resources to have a dedicated training and development department and so will call on external help; training franchises make up a large percentage of such companies.  Training franchise consultants help with sales, marketing, communication skills or potentially undertaking a cost reduction exercise.  

Little Kitchen Academy

Little Kitchen Academy is the first-of-its-kind Montessori-inspired cooking academy. Cooking classes for children. Looking for Area Developers and Multi-Unit Operators.

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Mathnasium

Mathnasium is a maths tutoring franchise. Over 1,100 centres worldwide. You don’t need teaching experience; multi-centre option available.

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UK Business Mentoring

UK Business Mentoring provides practical support and mentoring to small business owners to help them to manage, develop and grow their business. Home-based opportunity.

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Pitman Training

Est 185 years ago, Pitman leads the way in adult vocational learning. Have a training centre up and running in just 3 months. No teaching required. Multiple income streams. Scalable management opportunity.

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