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Looking to develop or improve your Typewriting skills by trying an Typewriting course for the first time? An Typewriting course will giving you a basic knowledge and understanding of the subject you’re interested in, plus give you the opportunity to learn more about it. There are often courses based on levels of ability, so whether you’re a complete beginner when it comes to knowing about Typewriting or already have some knowledge, there will be a programme suited to your experience. Not only do many courses cost very little to enrol on, but courses like this are usually part-time, meaning you’ll be able to fit learning about Typewriting around your work and social schedule.

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Highly recommend the Pitman Training Wembley

Where: Pitman Training (Wembley)

What: Business Document Production / OCR Text Production Level 2 - Pitman Training / OCR Qualifications

by Lina Fermina - September 2013

I am writing this note in acknowledgement to the training I received at the Pitman Training in Wembley and I would like to say a few words in favour of the staff and the trainers. The staff Mr Jiten and Mr Darshana were very helpful and... more

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