Project Centre staff achieve NEC3 accreditation
NEC training is a project management methodology that allows industry professionals to have the chance to become formally recognised by the Institute of Chartered Engineers (ICE). The training itself teaches the skills required to build trust and cooperation in a team with close attention to the responsibility of project leaders and their role in terms their scheme contract.
Recently, we are thrilled that 11 of our staff passed the training and have become NEC3 accredited. This included three different stages which were project management, supervisor and service manager. Each section looks at different skills and abilities needed to succeed in a leadership role, such as maintaining team performance, evaluating risks and checking compliance. This then can act as a springboard to attaining ICE chartership.
They can use their newly learned skills and position to procure prestigious new contracts and play a larger role in their implementation. We are delighted that our staff have gained accreditation in this fantastic leadership programme and hope that this is the first step to the high esteem their peers will hold them in during their career.
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