The Training Fox Back Our Cats For 19/20

First-time Wildcats sponsorship for popular local training company, The Training Fox

 

Swindon Wildcats are thrilled to confirm that The Training Fox will sponsor Loris Taylor for the forthcoming season. On top of sponsoring #18, The Training Fox will also have an upper rink board on show in the Better Link Centre throughout the season.

 

Established in 2015, The Training Fox is an early years, health and safety and first aid training company based in Cirencester. They are an independent training organisation who deliver qualifications regulated by Ofqual which are accredited by Qualsafe Awards across a range of subjects. They want you to enjoy your training experience as well as gain knowledge to support you in your work role.

 

Steven Gill, Principal/Trainer at The Training Fox told us:


“It’s a great opportunity for us to sponsor our local ice hockey team for the forthcoming season, we are excited by the relationship that we are building and look forward to welcoming the Wildcat family into our ‘Fox’ family. We are eagerly awaiting the new season, and hopefully bringing our subject expertise to the Wildcats, and wish Aaron and the boys well in the National League.”


Their trainers are experienced in their subject field and their subject area. They adapt their courses to their audience and understand the challenges faced in the workplace.

 

With courses available for many subjects including Health & Safety, Safeguarding and First Aid they really do cover all bases, especially as they can come to your business for training.

 

Swindon Wildcats Commercial Manager Sally Price added:

 

“It’s great to welcome a new company to the hockey family. The Training Fox offers an impressive range of training programmes and we can’t wait to start promoting them and their brand into the new season.”


For more information about how The Training Fox can help you, contact Steven Gill by emailing steve@thetrainingfox.co.uk or visiting their website on www.thetrainingfox.co.uk

 

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