3rd May 2012 | News
The statistics were uncovered by our training specialist Pete Macartney. In seven years of assessor training, he has turned out over 200 successful candidates - 206 to be exact after the latest class of seven. He says: "Becoming an awards assessor makes people much sharper at identifying improvement opportunities, it enhances their leadership and communication skills and gives them a better understanding of the way organisations work."
For further information about becoming an assessor see northofenglandexcellence.co.uk/assessor.asp