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Why attend a course in Glasgow?

In line with trends across the UK and the rest of Europe, Glasgow’s heavy industry has seen a progressive decline in favour both of lighter manufacturing and growth in the service sector. As a result, the need for specific re-training programmes has grown, which has in turn sparked an increase in the range of training courses available.

Top industries in Glasgow

As in many big European cities, and without doubt also as a result of Scotland’s rich history in the financial services sector, Banking and Finance have become important drivers of economic growth in Glasgow. Financial training in the city ranges from courses dedicated to non-financial managers to specific tax and payroll programmes, offered on an open or in-house basis.

Professional training courses in Glasgow

Another blossoming industry across Scotland is Energy, with the renewable energy and oil & gas sectors making big contributions to the Scottish economy and requiring a highly skilled workforce. As a recent winner of the UK’s Future Cities Demonstrator Project, Glasgow is particularly committed to boosting its local economy with a series of projects aimed at integrating energy, health and transport. Training in these areas has thus become increasingly important, and will continue to grow in the future in line with the need to improve citizens’ quality of life and keep economies running.

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