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CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE RECOGNIZED ONCE AGAIN FOR INNOVATION AND EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Canadian Management Centre is proud that we, along with our strategic affiliates at American Management Association and Management Centre Europe, have once again been selected as a Top 20 Worldwide Leadership Training Providers for 2012 by TrainingIndustry.com.
This continues the accolades of industry awards and recognition that include the 2011 Top 20 Award for Content Development, 2011 & 2010 Top 20 Leadership Awards, and 2009 & 2007 CSTD Gold Award for Training Excellence (see below); all of which have been won on the merits of us delivering unparalleled training solutions that makes real differences to our clients operations and daily lives.
The selection criteria for the 2012 award are based on the following areas:
- Thought leadership and influence on leadership training industry
- Industry recognition and innovation
- Breadth of programs and audiences served
- Delivery methods offered
- Company size and growth potential
- Strength of clients
- Geographic reach
- Experience in serving the market
TrainingIndustry.com is the world’s leading portal for searching and accessing information about the training industry. They continuously monitor the training marketplace looking for the best providers of Leadership training services. The “Top 20 Lists” are based on extensive research, interactions with companies around the world, and through analysis of the capabilities, experience, and expertise of hundreds of learning organizations. Their goal in sharing this information is to help learning and development professionals around the world find the right learning partner, helping fulfill their mission to create a more efficient marketplace for learning.
Canadian Management Centre receives Gold at CSTD
Canadian Management Centre is the proud recipient of two Gold Canadian Award for Training Excellence (CATE). The 2009 was awarded for a program designed in collaboration with a major Canadian multinational organization. Our design, a global leadership development curriculum took top honours in the Internal Learning Category.
In 2007, CMC was recognized with a Gold CATE award in the External Learning Category for a program developed for our client LoyaltyOne™ (formerly AIR MILES ® Reward Program).
The Canadian Awards for Training Excellence (CATE) has honoured innovative learning products and programs since 1995. Entries are judged on originality, instructional design, evaluation strategy, packaging, communication style and overall value. The External Learning Category recognizes instructor-led programs designed for sale on the open market. The Internal Learning Category recognizes instructor-led programs designed for exclusive use within a company.
Canadian Society for Training and Development (CSTD) is a not-for-profit membership association dedicated to the profession of training, workplace learning and human resources development.
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