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Material Matters Partnership with Promote Training

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Material Matters Partnership with Promote Training


Material Matters, the golf club buying and services group, has announced a partnership with Promote Training to offer a range of golf club management eLearning courses as part of their MM subscription service.

The new Material Matters partnership will see all of Promote Training’s eLearning courses feature within their online portal and be available for employees of member clubs at a preferential enrolment fee.

Commenting on the new Material Matters partnership Managing Director, Paul Mould, says “Over the last 2 years we have staged a number of large scale training events that have been extremely well attended. This partnership will extend that offering as part of our “my-training” service. The eLearning format also fits with our own focus on technology, where we can offer contract management, ordering, invoicing and now training – all via the internet.”

Promote Training, founded in June this year by David Reeves and Matthew Orwin, have big ambitions to roll out a library of eLearning courses covering a diverse range of golf club management and operational topics.

“We were impressed by the company’s strategic objectives and the quality of the eLearning courses already created. We particularly liked the practical nature of the training – written by golf club operators for golf club operators. That, alongside the eLearning delivery mechanism, is a unique proposition that the industry will benefit hugely from.” Paul continues.

David Reeves, co-founder of Promote Training, adds, “Material Matters have established themselves as a trusted and professional service provider to over 400 golf clubs in the UK. We’re very much looking forward to a long and successful partnership together, spreading the benefits of eLearning and our practical training courses to golf clubs across the country”.

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