Bees Knees Awards 2018 – Excellence in Skills and Learning

BEE’S KNEES AWARD for EXCELLENCE IN SKILLS AND LEARNING

Our judges will be looking for businesses that can demonstrate business excellence through the knowledge and skills of their staff, with a strategic commitment to employee learning and development.
Whether your business is a small enterprise or part of a large multi-national group, we will ask for evidence of the positive impact this has had on the business as a whole, plus the plans in place for the continued delivery of this support.

Are you a company that believes in?

  • Investing in your staff with an ongoing commitment to growing employee skills, identify techniques used with your organisation to mentor / coach your staff.
  • Providing training opportunities as part of your business strategy.
  • Trainee programmes for young people to help them develop the skills needed to secure and succeed in employment.

Can you show us examples of the positive impact this has had on the business as a whole, plus the plans in place for the continued delivery of this support? For example, have you:

  • A modern apprenticeship scheme with an established programme already in place?
  • Developed or invested in staff training / skills sharing?
  • Embedded learning & skills development in your everyday activities?
  • Encouraged staff to identify gaps in their learning & seek our appropriate ways of addressing this?
  • Integrated coaching, mentoring & peer support into your business?

This is a great opportunity to showcase your business, recognise the skills of your staff and reach a wider audience.

Finalists:

  • Ferguson Marine
  • Holiday Inn Express Hotel
  • Morton in the Community
  • Welsh Walker

For more details about the Gala Dinner and to book your place(s) click on book below.

 


Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce
Room 5, Victoria House,
5 East Blackhall Street,
Greenock
PA15 1HD
01475 806824
07534 196253
seo@inverclydechamber.co.uk


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