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22 September 2010
Cardiff University and Legal & General have been recognised for their highly successful collaboration in training.
The partnership is run through the Continuing Professional Development team at the Centre for Lifelong Learning. It won a Regional Training Award at a Wales-wide ceremony marking the first day of skillscymru, Wales’ largest ever careers and skills event.
"Winning a Regional Training Award is a tremendous achievement for everyone involved in the partnership," said Dr Richard Evans, Dean of Lifelong Learning. "This award shows that Cardiff University is innovative in its approach to meeting the business objectives of companies through developing the specialist skills of their staff."
These awards are the UK’s leading accolade for lasting excellence and success in training and learning. They are designed to celebrate organisations and individuals which demonstrate outstanding business and personal success through investment in training and to encourage others to follow their example.
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