ILX Group Launches Enhanced 'Train for Change' Initiative
ILX Group plc, a best-practice training specialist, announced it has launched an enhanced version of its popular Train for Change program in response to worsening economic conditions in the U.K. The course enables employers to provide flexible and accessible PRINCE2 and ITIL retraining opportunities to staff facing redundancy.
The ILX Train for Change initiative is designed to rapidly equip employees with the project and IT service management skills and qualifications necessary to find other positions, either within or outside their organization. PRINCE2 and ITIL are the most sought-after project and IT service management training products available on the market. As an illustration of this, approximately 60 percent of all project management jobs in the U.K. now require PRINCE2 qualifications.
Tamar Hughes, learning and development business partner at Pearl Group, said: “We recently signed up for the ILX Train for Change initiative, as we wanted to support our employees to retrain or brush up on existing skills in programme, project and IT services management. The beauty of Train for Change is that the interactive courses enable our employees to study for a well-recognized qualification at their own pace and at a time convenient to them. The courses have already proven to be very successful with our employees.”
The Train for Change initiative can be fully customized to meet company and individual requirements. The fully accredited courses are available online through ILX’s hosted portal, which is not only cost-effective but allows ILX to be flexible on delegate numbers.
Eddie Kilkelly, managing director of ILX’s best-practice division, said: “Great project and program managers will always be in demand, and that is why we have reintroduced Train for Change into our portfolio of products and services. It is a rapid and effective method for employers to equip employees with the skills and qualifications necessary to become effective programme, project or IT service managers, whether they have previous experience or not.”