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Boosting Profit by Increasing Occupancy

Increasing Occupancy

Increasing Occupancy

If you are a Nursery or Preschool owner or manager looking at boosting your profit and increasing occupancy then our new 2 hour Building Occupancy training course is perfect for you.

During this practical, hands-on course we will help you identify and demonstrate how to shout about your special features that will help to improve your occupancy rates. We share best practice and innovative ideas based on our successful track record. We followed this simple system and raised our turnover by 30% and our profits by 50% in just one year .

This course is aimed at nursery owners and managers who would like to enhance their current business with new and innovative ideas to increase their occupancy and profitability. Some of the best ideas are the simple ones and far too often we do not sing our own praises. This course will help you identify and shout about your special features to improve your business

Tricia Wellings, MBK Training Director explains: ‘It’s all about developing a professional approach to customer relations and ensuring the whole team buys into this approach – it is simple and we’ll show you how to do it.”

So take time out from your setting to focus on how to boost profit. To book please call us on 01527 452430.

About the author: Tricia Wellings

Tricia Wellings EYNFF Early Years National Funding Formula Analysis
Tricia qualified as an NNEB and achieved a BA (Hons) in Early Education Studies and Early Years Teacher Status. She obtained her PTLLS and CTTLS in order to teach adults and most recently her A1 assessors award. She has run a group of day nurseries for 18 years and trains her own teams.

Her passion for and knowledge of owning and running a nursery group and the issues within the sector that affect them is second to none. She continues to keep herself updated through regular meetings with PVI groups, Local Authorities, Ofsted Big Conversation and Conferences.

You can find our more about Tricia on her website www.triciawellings.co.uk

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