Ricoh UK wins prestigious Princess Royal Training Award
Leading technology company recognised for providing outstanding leadership training and skills development programmes for employees
Thursday 18th August, 2016 – London UK – Global technology company, Ricoh UK, today announced that it has been accredited with a Princess Royal Training Award in recognition of the company’s outstanding leadership skills development and training programmes.
Ricoh joins 33 other major UK businesses from a wide range of industries to be accredited, ahead of a prestigious awards ceremony at St James’s Palace on 24 November 2016.
Rebekah Wallis, Director, People & Corporate Responsibility, Ricoh UK comments:
“Our leadership programmes are designed to improve the skillsets of employees at every level of the organisation. From entry level to board level, every Ricoh employee continually benefits from bespoke training with a specific focus on soft skills such as communication and collaboration, to help them succeed in the changing world of work.
“We’ve already seen a significant uptake in the programmes on offer, with employees developing their own entrepreneurial initiatives and identifying and implementing new more efficient ways of working.
“Ricoh UK’s goal is to create an exciting, evolving working environment where every member of the team can continue to learn and develop their own unique career path. We’re thrilled to be recognised for our work in this area and are proud of the programmes we’ve developed with our people,” added Wallis.
The City & Guilds Group launched the Princess Royal Training Awards in January 2016. The awards were developed in conjunction with employers, learning and development experts and assessors and endorsed by the City & Guilds Group’s President, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.
In total, 110 organisations applied for the Awards in their inaugural year.