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Queen's University Belfast course offers range of business skills

By John Mulgrew

Published 20/07/2016

Anne Clydesdale with John Healy at the launch of the new qualification at Queen’s
Anne Clydesdale with John Healy at the launch of the new qualification at Queen’s

Queen's University is offering a new 'mini' qualification aimed at giving would-be entrepreneurs a crash-course in business.

The William J Clinton Leadership Institute is launching the course this week, which is being sponsored by Allstate.

The new qualification is a five-day scheme taking in a range of business skills, including leadership, finance, marketing and sales.

Anne Clydesdale, director of the William J Clinton Leadership Institute, said: "This programme fills a vital gap in the market place - delivering a highly impactful grounding for the essentials of management and leadership in today's business world."

John Healy, managing director of Allstate NI, said the "mini-MBA will equip participants with the skills necessary to navigate the challenges businesses face now and in the future" and will "provide the skills needed to fast-track careers".

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