In the press: Royal seal of approval for JOHNSONS Workwear training

by Aug 19, 2019Alumni news

JOHNSONS Workwear’s Learning and Development team has been honoured with the Princess Royal Training 2019 Award for its work with the JOHNSONS Academy, following a rigorous assessment process.

The Princess Royal Training Awards, now in their fourth year, will be presented to JOHNSONS Workwear representatives and other successful businesses, ranging from multinationals to charities, in October at St James Palace in London.

The awards celebrate outstanding and innovative training and skills development programmes from UK employers, and this year JOHNSONS Workwear is recognised alongside just 47 other businesses, with a commitment to investing in their people that have demonstrated exceptional benefits from training on company performance.

Patricia Stringfellow, chair of the Princess Royal Training Awards Commission, said: “You are truly an exemplar of training and learning best practice’.

Read the full article on the Laundry and Cleaning News International website: http://www.laundryandcleaningnews.com/news/newsroyal-seal-of-approval-for-johnsons-workwear-training-7372158

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