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Why We Value Training

We understand that in order to be the best at what we do and continue to deliver Quality Advice-Quality Service, GWA needs the most knowledgeable and approachable employees.

In order to achieve this, we recognise the requirement to invest in ongoing staff training – you will see us celebrating the resulting exam success in our newsletters. We ensure staff are supported during their various professional training qualifications.  We also provide mentoring and support so that experience can be shared more widely throughout the company.

Keeping up to date with all the latest legislation is something that is vital to our business and that of our clients. Therefore, we run a comprehensive training programme providing continuous professional development (CPD) across our whole workforce. In addition, we also arrange individual training to ensure each member of staff has the best possible skills for their job. An example of this would be our very successful IT training, which we have been running on a weekly basis since January, allowing people and teams to receive further instruction in areas of IT where they feel they could become even more productive.

With more training planned, 2019 is going to be a busy year for us all

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