Premier Partnership has been crowned the winner in the Outstanding Training Provider of the Year Award at the CMI National Management & Leadership Awards ceremony in central London. The prestigious annual Awards celebrate the achievements and expertise of the UK’s best managers and management teams.

Alan Woodcock, Director, said of the achievement: “This award was achieved through the dedication, commitment and hard work of all the team at Premier and the joint partnership with our colleagues at Capita and Civil Service Learning”
Premier Partnership, working  closely with colleagues from Civil Service Learning and Capita, have developed a wide range of management learning products that map to CMI qualifications at level’s 3, 5 and 7, enabling all managers at all levels across the 400,000 plus staff of the Civil Service to obtain a recognised professional qualification.

The work included the development of a Moodle based web site for Civil Service Managers and Leaders which guides them throughout their qualification journey and enables them to download assessment tasks and upload the completed task for assessment using the site.

The Awards judge organisations, teams and individual managers by looking at issues including financial success, governance, people management, communications, ethics, sustainability and learning. A total of nine CMI National Management & Leadership Awards were presented by the CMI (the Chartered Management Institute) in categories including Outstanding Leader, Young Achiever and Social Responsibility.

CMI’s Chief Executive, Ann Francke, said: “While the UK economy is showing signs of growth, there’s still a long way to go. The National Management and Leadership Awards highlight the many managers excelling just when they are needed most and Premier Partnership shows that great management, leadership and training makes all the difference. Their prize is well deserved, so big congratulations to them”.

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Premier Partnership supports Leadership and Management development through a blended learning approach that can be modified to suit the organisation and individual needs.