Education, training, and development are at the heart of what Aico says it offers to its supply chain and colleagues. This is why the company says it is pleased to announce that it will be supporting AWEBB’s training academy with a rebrand. The AWEBB LEAD training academy will be rebranded as ‘The LEAD Academy powered by Aico’.
AWEBB’s training academy provides a pathway into management for its members. Through the training, they can increase their awareness of effective sales skills and negotiation, develop their techniques for conducting successful interviews, and gain insights into effective business development.
Mark Lambert, Chief Executive Officer for AWEBB, comments, “We are thrilled to be partnering with Aico to enhance our LEAD Academy. We share the same values around training and investing in our people so the partnership itself is a natural fit.”
Aico says that the new partnership will ensure the best of both organisations and enable AWEBB to continue to provide its members with industry leading training.
Neal Hooper, Managing Director for Aico, adds, “Aico HomeLINK’s foundations are built upon quality, service, innovation, and education. Our award-winning CPD accredited training and the unique City & Guilds assured training offer the supply chain unrivalled learning. Every colleague within Aico HomeLINK has four days every year devoted to personal development. We are delighted to partner with AWEBB with their LEAD academy. It is a superb initiative ensuring education embraces its whole membership, at all levels. We look forward to delivering education together for the future generations to come.”
Barry Hall, Learning and Development at AWEBB, states, “The AWEBB LEAD Academy powered by Aico, is really to get people to think much deeper about how to sell profitably. The workshops are designed to reflect our members’ particular challenges and cater to an individual’s needs and wants for their career. The partnership with Aico allows us to build on that shared belief of the importance of people development, to ensure staff retention and progression.”