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Mar 16, 2018

Level 4 Project Management


Have a Young Person who has completed L3 customer service apprenticeship. Would like to start L4 Project management. Employer in place. Would like to discuss options for L4 progression if anyone able to help.

many thanjs Delyse

Mar 19, 2018

Hi Delyse, spoke to a local provider earlier who is considering this, will put you in touch..wont be one week a month as discussed.....Alex

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