TSW continue their successful partnership with Cardiff Blues

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The training provider, with more than 50 years’ experience providing results-driven learning solutions to improve people and business performance throughout the UK.

They are an industry leader and work with some of the country’s biggest businesses, including Legal & General and TUI.

TSW will continue to support Cardiff Blues’ players, in collaboration with the Welsh Rugby Players Association, with free training sessions each month. The Bridgend-based business will also host more than 30 training sessions at the iconic Cardiff Arms Park over the next year.

Commercial Manager, Chris Allen said ‘’it’s great to have the support of successful Welsh businesses such as TSW Training who not only support Cardiff Blues commercially but also provide training opportunities to our players away from the rugby field.”

TSW Training is a UK leader in Learning and Development offering Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Health & Safety and Quality Management Training.
TSW Training are committed to helping people learn, not through theories but practical application to help solve challenges, move forward and create competitive advantages.

Their solutions are tailored to individual needs, whether a business, team or an individual contributor.

Gareth Harris, TSW Training Commercial Director, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Cardiff Blues by sponsoring them for a second successive season.

“To be able to use Cardiff Arms Park, one of the most iconic sports venues in the UK as a base for our professional training courses will make our services more accessible to existing and new clients in the capital.

“The Blues have made some really exciting signings over the summer and we wish them every success in the season ahead.”

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