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SGS United Kingdom Ltd has recently launched a new brochure for their July - December 2016 training courses.

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Along with the support we continue to provide to those organisations who are planning their transitions, the July - December Academy brochure features brand new courses

SGS United Kingdom Ltd. has announced public training course dates for July - December 2016 with a new brochure from the SGS Academy. The brochure is aimed at businesses looking for support with management systems training and anyone looking for help with transitioning to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.

As the leader in professional training, the SGS Academy is in the best position to help you to understand the transition process and to adapt to the changes. Drawing on years of worldwide experience, the SGS Academy is committed to helping your business get the right training and continues to provide ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 transition courses as well as workshops that have been designed to specifically address key new requirements of the revised standards such as leadership and risk management.

Daniel Curling, Manager of the SGS Academy, believes training with the Academy gives you a complete understanding of management systems and standards and is particularly important for those interested in learning how management systems can add value to their organisation’s day-to-day activities.

“Along with the support we continue to provide to those organisations who are planning their transitions, the July - December Academy brochure features brand new courses. These include IRCA certified auditor courses to the new versions of the standards, and four new courses provided by our partner, the Energy Institute. The Energy Institute is the professional membership body for the energy industry, primarily focused on energy management, including online modules that can be completed at your own pace."

Daniel Curling continues, “The brochure showcases public courses which offer the benefit of being able to network with those from related industries who have encountered the same types of issues. But it is important that organisations are aware that all courses can be delivered in-house as this will be of particular interest to larger groups, who might find it more convenient and cost-effective. SGS is able to discuss your specific needs beforehand so to shape the message and style of the course and tailor-make a course for your company. If you are looking for something even more flexible, then SGS Academy also offers e-learning courses. This means a portfolio of courses created by our experts that can be accessed at any time, as soon as required. We are able to tailor-make e-learning courses for your organisation if preferred.”

The SGS Academy is flexible and able to work around client needs and offers three different types of course: public courses, in-house courses and e-learning courses. The courses also vary in intensity and length depending on specific requirements.

The SGS Academy brochure is available to download from and includes courses across the UK from Belfast, Glasgow, and Manchester down to Birmingham, London, Swindon and South Wales.

SGS specialists partner with course participants in order to fully support the professional journey. For more information about the SGS training courses outlined in the July – December 2016 Academy brochure, please visit

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