A Corporate Training Company

Aster Training is a corporate training course provider to both UK and European organisations.

Our business training courses combine modern theory with a practical delivery style enabling delegates to take a fun, interactive role in their ‘learning’ experience.

During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Aster Training will be delivering all of its training courses via on-line collaborative platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

 

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Our Differentiators

We aim to provide your organisation with a 'one stop shop solution' for your corporate training requirements. We try where possible to use real examples in our training courses from the delegates' own working environments to ensure they can relate to the information provided.

Training course content is continually updated using the feedback received from our delegates enabling us to keep the training courses modern, relevant and representative of best practise.

Aster Training is a trading division of Aster Interim Solutions Ltd, a provider of Interim Management services to mainly UK based manufacturing companies. In particular, Aster Interim specialises in providing Interim Managers skilled and experienced in implementing lean manufacturing to organisations of all sizes.

Our training courses can be delivered by a variety of methods. This includes on-site, open, distance learning and webinars. For further information about our latest training course dates, follow us on Twitter.

 

 

Recent Posts

 
June 2020

Special arrangements during the COVID-19 Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic Aster Training will be providing all of its training courses via on-line collaborative platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom. If you would like to find out more about any of our courses, please get in ...
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June 2018

What do birds of prey and some ‘experts’ have in common?

A strange title to an article?, then let me explain. When a bird of prey catches its food, it arches its shoulders and wraps its wings around its prospective meal as if to say, "Get off, this is ...
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