Monday, June 21, 2010

Training Trifecta!

Management Consultancy International wins training award trifecta - Media Release

For the third consecutive year, Management Consultancy International has won the top award in training. Announced yesterday by LEARN X Asia-Pacific, MCI won the Gold Award for best training provider, the Platinum Award for Best Frontline Management program and Gold for Best training team.

Acknowledged as a hotly contested award process, what makes this award even more impressive is that it was won during one of most difficult and challenging economic eras in memory when organisations around the country were cutting back on training and development and only those who offered an outstanding program were able to successfully navigate the financial crisis.

“To be called best training provider and team is quite an accolade,” said MCI’s Managing Director Denise Meyerson. “And when you consider that we are a relatively new provider, we find this award a great compliment and an acknowledgement of the work we do with our clients” she added.

“Our commitment to help organisations prove the return on their investment has been rewarded. We were able to demonstrate how by doing this program one of our client’s Royal Wolf Trading Australia PTY LTD had saved almost $70,000 in recruitment costs during a 12 month period. The significant factor in this reduction was the introduction of the Leadership Development Program - designed and tailored specifically for our clients needs - as it increased their staff retention. The additional benefit is that four people have since been promoted, further demonstrating the positive and lasting impact and value of our innovative program,” Meyerson added.

“The LearnX Asia Pacific Awards are regarded as the most prestigious recognition that an individual, team or organisation from the corporate and public service sectors in e-learning and training can achieve. The winning solutions and the talent behind the many projects stand out for implementing innovative based e-learning and training in their organisations.” said LearnX founder Rob Clarke.

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