Why REED Business School

Value for money

As an employer, value for money is paramount. When you invest money in training your staff, you want to ensure that your investment is going to be rewarding for your employees, and for you as a business.

Training your staff with Reed Business School represents the best possible investment a training manager can make. Our impressive pass rates, small class sizes and personal attention mean that Reed Business School students are more likely to pass first time, meaning less time away from the office and less money spent on retakes.

A trusted name

Reed Business School was founded in 1972, by Sir Alec Reed, chairman of the multi-million pound Reed Specialist Recruitment Group. Recognising the requirement for a quality training provider that allowed students time away from the office and the stresses and strains of working life, Mr Reed founded the educational charity that has been going strong to this day.

Since its inception, Reed Business School has successfully tutored over 10,000 students.

Over 35 years experience

With so much experience in teaching students not only how to pass professional qualification exams, but how to perform to the best of their ability in their roles, we’re confident that we know a thing or two about training.

So much so that we accredit professional qualifications run by other training providers, who recognise the Reed Business School name as a badge of quality for their taught programmes.

Find out more

If you would like to know more about any aspect of Reed Business School, please explore the links at the top of this page, or use the contact form to request more information. You can also call us on 01608 674 224, or email us.

We look forward to hearing from you

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