Better informed about eForcePEI online courses

eforcewellingtonlowresWELLINGTON – May 25, 2016 – A few entrepreneurs and business people got an opportunity to learn all about the more than 140 free online courses provided by eForcePEI during an information session in Wellington May 25. Program coordinator Angela Hodgson spoke to them about the huge variety of courses available for business people and explained the registration process. She then answered a number of questions.

The Wellington Rural Action Centre and the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of PEI jointly organized the session. In the photo, from left, are Donnie Arsenault from Wellington Esso, Hodgson, Stéphanie St-Onge from Blossom Beauty Care and Jeannette Blaquière from La Palette Artists’ Co-op.