On Thursday 2 April 1998 IMC is holding a large practice seminar focusing on the value of training and development of consultants.
This event will be of interest to those in large practices who would like to find out more about how to develop consultants’ training and experience and how practices can use systems developed by the IMC to their benefit.
With funding from the Department of Trade & Industry’s Sector Challenge, the IMC is creating a system of credit accumulation and transfer for learning and experience for individuals new to consultancy. There will be speakers from Coopers & Lybrand and Lorien who are working with the IMC to analyse the development and assessment of standards and competencies within large practices. An overview of this first phase of work will be presented.
The second strand of the seminar will be chaired by Mike Jeans FIMC CMC, KPMG, who will explain how practices can benefit from aligning their internal training and development programme with the IMC’s Certified Management Consultant assessment route.
For further information, contact IMC professional registrar Paul Brown on 0171-242 2140.
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