Association for the Promotion of Excellence in Consultancy and Training
A body committed to promoting best practice.
Look out for the ASPECT Logo on your Training providers website to ensure ASPECT standards!
ASPECT's mission is to promote excellence and raise standards in the delivery of accredited training and consultancy in the PPRM Best Practice market in particular and Management Training in general.
When selecting your training provider, in addition to ensuring that the provider has the relevant accreditations (where required), look for the ASPECT logo. This will ensure that your training provider will uphold the following standards.
Membership is open to any accredited entity who is committed to promoting excellence in the market and undertakes to abide by the ASPECT charter. Please click to view the current active member list.
Below are our members who are committed to promoting excellence in training and consultancy.
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Latest News From ASPECT Members
Brian Wernham who leads Ennerdale Partners has joined APSECT. Brian has more than 30 years’ experience in adaptive change program leadership. He has worked at Sellafield, the National Audit Office drafting reports for the Public Accounts Committee and has extensive international hands-on delivery leadership experience in USA, UK, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany and offshore in Bangalore. Watch…
Following the decision at the last APM to promote and grow the membership of ASPECT we are pleased to announce four new members. They are: Hemsley Fraser who offer a full range of Project Management certifications and qualifications courses, including PRINCE2, APM, Agile, PRINCE2 Agile, MoR and MSP; Benchmark Training. At Benchmark we go out…
We have all ready the press stories about IR 35 rule changes. We have seen the stories about UBER drivers or freelance plumbers being classed as employees. But what about associate trainers. Are they just an employee by another name. Well Sheila Roberts, has been doing some research on behalf of ASPECT. She reports that “At…