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Top five reasons to continue training in business no matter your level.

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  • 1. Regardless of what industry you work inbusiness is always changing.

2. Keeping on top of legal updates, newprocesses and sector trends can be thekey to setting yourself apart from yourcompetitors. 3. Learn more and youll need to do less tosucceed. 4. The benefits of learning go beyondsimply what you have studied. 5. An appropriate training course mighthelp you save hours a day by teachingyou a more efficient method of doingsomething. 6. Those precious minutes of free time canbring you out of the day to day drudgeand help you start thinking big again! 7. Studying something which helps yourcompany might seem like just anecessary chore but every additionalcourse is a chance to add value to yourown brand. 8. Think about what you personally canlearn from training as well as how it willbenefit your business, and remember each learning experience could also bea chance to network! 9. Think of any industry and think of theleaders in that sector almost always thepeople who are the most successful arethe ones who kept on learning. 10. If you want to lead the way in your fieldthat journey must be supported withcontinued learning and development. 11. Those at the top got there throughconstant self-improvement, reacting tochange and being adaptable. 12. Doing the same thing day in and dayout will not only bore you to tears; itwont help fire up those synapses either! 13. Learning is great way to challenge yourbrain and keep your job interesting. 14. Its simple when you are bored youcare less and dont make the most ofopportunities, when you are engagedyou are more likely to make smartdecisions. 15. All the way through your career.A Slideshare presentation by Rachael Simpson,Communications and Social Media Officerat BIP Solutions.