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Qualatex launches virtual Fundamentals training course

The team at Pioneer Europe has developed a new virtual version of the iconic course for balloon professionals.

Offering the perfect introduction to the world of balloons, Qualatex Fundamentals training has been a go-to introductory course for balloon professionals for many years. With face-to-face training limited by the pandemic, but new entrants to the industry still increasing, it became clear that a new approach was needed to meet customer demand.

The new virtual version of the course is delivered over two half day sessions via Zoom, and leading instructor Luc Bertrand CBA, supported by members of the Qualatex team, has already taken the first two groups through all the basics, to great acclaim.

“We are so pleased to be able to successfully deliver this course online. We have already seen that it offers delegates the opportunity to join wherever they are based, whatever their current circumstances,” said marketing project manager, Rozane Barnard.  “Customer reaction has been really positive, with attendees commenting both on how much they’d learnt and how much they enjoyed the experience.

“Places for the next virtual course in July sold out in record time, but we are adding lots more virtual and face-to-face Fundamentals course dates for the rest of the year, so anyone interested in taking the class should visit the education tab on to see latest availability.”

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