We aim to be pioneers in delivering world class global training solutions
CM Training strives to be a leading training service manager and supplier, delivering training solutions through innovative, flexible programs and practical business values.
CM Training’s core purpose is to deliver specialised training in information technology and business skills with a focus on provision of high quality student training solutions that strengthen the skill base and operational capabilities of our clients. CM Training continually strives to create robust and industry relevant training outcomes.
CM Training will be measured by its ability to be sustainable, flexible and dynamic in a constantly changing business environment and will be recognised by its students, clients, government and peer organisations in achieving its core purpose.
Quality committed. We aspire to deliver consistent, high quality services and apply quality systems, which support training excellence. This means constantly improving our services and thinking outside the square.
We thrive on providing training that is client focused and which supports lifelong learning. We respect our clients and strive to attract them time after time through high quality training experiences that are, if appropriate, customised directly to their needs.
Integrity and ethics
We conduct ourselves in accordance with shared and agreed standards of behaviour and hold ethical conduct and integrity as our highest priorities.
We recognise the value of industry engagement as the driving force in shaping our training and assessment strategies. We deliver training and assessment services which are founded on industry needs and expectations.
We strive to attract, recruit and retain talented, competent and committed industry professionals, with a focus on industry currency.
Safety and equality
We are committed to providing an environment which is safe, equitable and which promotes a confident and productive training environment.
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Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.