As we celebrate winning two major framework contracts including retaining our role as preferred supplier of general and specialist training services to 42 organisations on the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO) Framework, and increasing our workforce by more than 500% from 20 to 130 in the past year, we have articulated and published Premier Partnership’s ‘purpose, vision, and principles’.
As one of the country’s leading public sector learning and development providers, we realise how important it is for our staff, clients, and partners to know who we are, what we stand for and where our values lie.
That’s why we have defined our philosophy in a set of standards that explain our founding beliefs, which fundamental to Premier Partnership’s long-term growth plan, and sets out what clients can expect from us and what we expect of our fantastic team.
Our simple purpose is to improve employers’ organisational performance through learning & development.
Our vision is to be the most trusted, respected, and valued partner in the delivery of quality learning solutions to employers in the UK.
This purpose and vision is underpinned by a set of principles that we focus on in everything we do:
- Teamwork above all else
- Quality and excellence first time and every time
- Deliver on our promise to our customers
- Always ask ourselves ‘is there a better way?’
- Share and celebrate success
David Pearson, managing director of Premier Partnership said: “We are proud of the business we have built over the last 20 years and know that our clients value our straight-forward, work-smart approach. As we grow, we want to retain these PVP is grounded in ethical best practice and an appetite for unbeatable service and raising the bar. Our ethos boils down to always having the courage to do the right thing and pulling together as one to work smarter.
As part of our continuing growth and development, we are rebranding and launching an exciting new website in early 2018 which will bring to life our purpose, vision, and values to our external audiences.