Gordon Yates is fully accredited as a large-scale supplier to HM Government. Accreditation requires an audit of policies, approach and training plans for health and safety, viability and equality.
Under a two-year programme to bring job search skills to professionals for the Department for Work and Pensions, we delivered training and job search support to over 4,000 people.
Royal Academy of Arts
Founded by George III in 1768, the Royal Academy of Arts is a unique, privately funded institution that exists to promote creativity and appreciation of the visual arts.
As part of a strategic plan for transforming customer-facing service, Gordon Yates designed and delivered tailored in-house training and followed up with individual feedback and evaluation.
Raymond James Financial Inc
Raymond James is an international financial services company with over 5,300 financial advisers serving 1.9 million accounts in 2,300 locations around the world and total client assets of around $273 billion.
Gordon Yates was invited to deliver targeted training to line managers in the London office to transform interviewing skills and improve returns on new staff hires.
Is the world's largest privately owned, independent insurance brokerage firm with over 3,800 associates around the world and 54 offices in the United States, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.
As part of a programme to enhance the quality of their internal and external business communication, Gordon Yates was invited to design and deliver an in-house course on business writing skills covering email as well as letters.
Investors in People
The Investors in People standard was introduced by the UK government in 1991 and has become one of the most successful initiatives of its kind anywhere in the world. Around 35,000 UK organisations are IIP-recognised, employing about 31% of the UK workforce.
Investors in People organisations are required to take a strategic approach to training and development, and to provide robust evidence of its impact on results. Gordon Yates is one of fewer than 3,000 companies with unbroken recognition over 15 years, having been IIP-recognised continuously since 1997.