IT and Financial Services Recruitment specialists, Bright Purple Resourcing has announced it is launching a new internal training facility. The firm has teamed up with UK management consultancy BMC Global Services to create the Bright Purple Academy to deliver a wide range of accreditation level training programmes with a strong focus on developing leadership skills.
based within Bright Purple’s Edinburgh headquarters where the firm has taken on
an additional 4000 square feet of space to accommodate the facility, will provide
internal training and personal development programmes for its people and also cater
for external clients. It will also deliver an important CSR role, hosting a new
Bright Purple NEET initiative to help young people who are currently not in
employment, education or training.
accredited programmes delivered through the Academy are all designed around
Bright Purple’s leadership model and will range from an introductory certificate
up to up to a Masters in leadership. This will also include a customised mini
masters in leadership Bright Purple’s Managing Director Nick Price said: “Nurturing great talent is at the heart
of our current success and developing our own next generation of leaders will
be at the heart of our future success. This is what has inspired us to launch
the Bright Purple Academy, to ensure we can give our people the best possible
training and career development available in the recruitment industry.
the needs of our own business was the initial aim behind the Academy but we
soon realised that the mechanics of doing this would apply to almost any other
business or individual. Through our partnership with BMC Global Services we
will offer engaging and inspiring accredited-level leadership programmes for
the corporate community.
“The Academy also
provides us with a great channel in our commitment to working the wider
community. I’m delighted the first programme we will be launching is in
conjunction with the DGM Training Consultants Ltd and Inspiring Scotland,
promoting leadership and personal development skills to a group of young people
who are currently out of work.”
Bright Purple Academy is formally opened on 24 November. For further
information please contact Megan McCreesh at email@example.com