(PRWEB) September 1, 2006
New Horizons is a global Learning Solutions Company, delivering solutions across a wide range of technical areas. For over 20 years New Horizons has helped organisations and individuals achieve results, increase productivity and efficiency, drive revenue and reduce costs. The integrated learning solutions have been designed to maximise the benefits of classroom and online computer training to create a comprehensive learning experience. The result is real-world training that delivers real results.
New ebis training at New Horizons gives great opportunity to discover more about risk management and how to ensure business is safe. Courses offered in conjunction with ebis are both innovative and highly interactive.
ebis is a specialist research and information consultancy based in London's Docklands. ebis was established in 1997 to provide consulting, training, investigative and risk management services to law enforcement, specialist government departments, major law firms and clients in the financial, insurance, telecommunications and charitable sectors.
“Our alliance with ebis further enhances the range of training that we are able to offer and provides our clients with access to ebis’s specialist training programmes,” said Kelly Davis, Sales Manager for New Horizons.
Catherine Bunton, Managing Director of ebis, commented, “We are very pleased to be working with New Horizons and our partnership allows us the opportunity to reach a wider business community. All of the courses being delivered through New Horizons provide organisations with the opportunity to devise smarter approaches to business risk.”
New Horizons provides risk management courses such as Detecting, Investigating & Preventing Employee & Identity Fraud, UK Corporate Information for Investigators & Business, Money Laundering - Risk Management and Investigation and International Corporate Information in support of Due Diligence and Know your Customer Processes.
Course outlines can be found online at http://www.nhtraining.com/ebis.htm