PASS Training and Development offer electrical training courses across the UK and the new site design promises an exciting expansion for the North East based company.
Including and focusing on a new community function, the new website encourages user interaction and is set to become a format adopted by many businesses in the future.
More and more companies are realising that a website needs to be more than just informative. Increasingly the demand for functions such as blogs, forums, press sections and newsletters are becoming a must for successful businesses.
Customers want to interact and feel a part of something especially in the electrical industry. The new site offers visitors the opportunity to not only browse the courses on offer but to read and interact with industry and training news.
Barry Atkins, Managing Director of PASS says;
“We’ve re-designed the website as a result of customer interaction and aim to offer the best training courses around. The new site reflects this and more and more businesses need to follow our example.”
Social media interaction is something that is rapidly becoming a tool essential for business growth and is a market PASS has tapped into.
With the launch of this new site PASS Training and Development are looking towards an exciting future and are one for the electrical industry to watch.
Visit http://www.electricaltrainingcourse.co.uk to view the new look website and social community.
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PASS Training offer a wide range of Electrical Training courses and packages online at http://www.electricaltrainingcourse.co.uk including PAT Testing, Solar PV installation, Thermography, City & Guilds 17th Edition and Part P courses across their various training centres throughout the UK.
As a company that is bucking the trend and not only managing to grow, but are successfully improving service in this time of instability and uncertainty, PASS are someone other companies should take notice of.
With a recent expansion to London, a website re-design and adding courses to their existing array, PASS are showing no signs of slowing down in 2011.