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Published On: Fri, Dec 6th, 2019

ChangeQuest Achieves Market Leader Accreditation for Agile Training

Camberley, UK. 05 Dec 2019: ChangeQuest, a specialist change management training provider based in the UK, is celebrating their recent accreditation as market leader for Agile Project Management Training. The accreditation was awarded by Course Conductor, an independent training analytics and accreditation company based in New York, USA. 

Results of the ChangeQuest assessment and accreditation are publicly available in Course Conductor’s Trusted Training Radar Report (2019).  The report states: 

“Many corporate customers and individual learners said the ChangeQuest trainers were highly motivational, knowledgeable and personable which had a direct impact on their learning.  Customers also said that ChangeQuest’s ability to make the learning experience relevant to their working practices added immediate value.”

Ranjit Sidhu, Founder of ChangeQuest, commented “Our vision has always been to provide personal support through every learning journey so people develop the confidence to apply their learning immediately for lasting value.

We are delighted that the efforts we put into tailoring our agile training for our clients has enabled us to achieve the coveted Course Conductor Market Leader Accreditation for the second year in a row”

Read the ChangeQuest accreditation results in the free Trusted Training Radar® for Agile Project Management Training report here: www.courseconductor.com/agile 

Course Conductor’s Trusted Training Radar® Accreditation Standard is a rigorous independent assessment based entirely on verified customer feedback.  Customer feedback is gathered from interviews and references with corporate training buyers, and feedback received directly from people that attended the courses.

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