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20|20 named 2015 ECITB Training provider of the Year

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board(ECITB) held their annual training and development awards.

The prestigious awards evening, held at London’s Grand Connaught Rooms, celebrated the achievements and successes of individuals, companies and training providers in the engineering construction industry.

Tony Marks (CEO) and some of the 20|20 team with award for ECITB Training provider of the Year.

The ECITB Training & Development Awards are a highlight in the engineering construction industry’s calendar. They are supported and sponsored by engineering construction companies and this year’s event sponsors were: AMEC Foster Wheeler, Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ, Boulting Group Ltd, European Construction Institute, Jacobs, Redcar & Cleveland College, HCF CATCH, Doosan Babcock and Wood Group PSN.

David Edwards, ECITB chief executive said, “These awards are a significant recognition of the efforts and commitment of the people within our industry. Maintaining the skills and talent pool is imperative in securing the industry’s future.”

The ECITB Awards winners are announced on the ECITB’s website – click here.

Tony Marks, CEO of 20|20, said “We are delighted to receive this award from the ECITB. It underlines our unwavering commitment to providing the most relevant and appropriate training options for our clients. Our partnership with the ECITB in developing the Certificate in Project Controls has resulted in this accredited City & Guilds course becoming a crucial part of Project Management, setting standards and allowing consistency in Project Controls. The vision of the ECITB and the 20|20 team to drive the development of this course is a testament to their joint focus on delivering best-practice knowledge and shared standards for the industry. 20|20’s course programme (including five ECITB Project Management-focussed courses) and delivery methods underline this further.”