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Seal of approval for local training provider
A local Professional training provider has been granted Study Centre approval as part of the companies 5-year growth plan.
S.L. Procurement Solutions Limited is a training company delivering Procurement and Supply chain training for professionals who want to gain their CIPS qualifications.
The training provider decided to apply for approval with CIPS – and now have the accredited stamp of approval for the delivery of CIPS qualifications, and hosting exams for their learners.
The company have been working in the region since their inception in 2019 and seen vast growth in the region with a huge need for leaners wanting to study with the centre.
The approval means that the training company, that delivers modular CIPS training courses in the region have now got plans to develop satellite centres at its multiple classroom sites across the UK.
Stephen Lovatt, Director of S.L. Procurement Solutions Limited said, ‘We do so much work with professionals and businesses in this region. Not only the modular CIPS courses for learners, but moreover there’s a huge demand for procurement and supply chain consultancy work, with much focus on sustainability, the cost of living and recession. It’s imperative that businesses and it’s dedicated professionals are equipped with all the knowledge and skills to navigate these really difficult times. As a CIPS approved centre we are now able to bring our classrooms sessions that seal of approval from CIPS.’
Stephen continued ‘We set this achievement as part of the 5 year business plan and so it’s a real delight to see it come to fruition for us as a team. We are now setting our sights on approval for all our classrooms across the UK’.
This means that the training company are now listed as an approved provider of CIPS’ qualifications at:
• Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply
• Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply
• Level 6 Professional Diploma in Procurement and Supply
‘We are excited to get started with our new accreditation and to welcome even more learners throughout the region’ Stephen added.