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Date announced for 'Psychology for Coaches and Managers' course

Coaching consultancy Meyler Campbell is running its second 'Psychology for Coaches and Managers' course in central London on 21-22 November 2006.

Anne Scoular, joint programme leader and managing director of Meyler Campbell, said: "Today’s coaches, managers and business leaders need to be psychologically literate if they are to maximize their coaching and leadership skills and gain a deeper insight into what motivates people, and spurs them into action. Psychology for Coaches and Managers provides just that - an essential next step for anyone who is a coach, is leading coaching initiatives, or is managing people."

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Institute of IT Training reaccredits KnowledgePool

Managed learning services company KnowledgePool has been reaccredited as a training provider - for the sixth successive year - by the Institute of IT Training (IITT).

Richard Malam, IITT accreditation consultant, said: "KnowledgePool has evolved into a vendor-independent learning services supplier. The company is now firmly established in its chosen market and the large contracts it has won show that its approach is well regarded. The enthusiasm and drive evident in the company and its continuing commitment to quality and customer focus is commendable."

Paul Jefferson, CEO of KnowledgePool, said: "We’re very proud to maintain our status as an IITT-accredited provider. It is an independent assessment of our service provision and it gives clients further assurance of our professionalism and expertise."

QA InterQuad relaunches as QA-IQ

Following the merger of QA and InterQuad in June of this year, QA InterQuad has announced the relaunch of the company as QA-IQ.

The company offers over 600 courses in areas such as IT, management, project management and personal development. It also offers bespoke learning programmes and services.

Managing Director of QA-IQ, John Kauffman, said: "We provide our customers with an accessible route to learning, from single courses to large, complex innovative learning programmes for hundreds of people. At QA-IQ we are passionate about developing skills and this is evidenced through the quality of our people, solutions and service to customers."

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