Harry Mitchell College Students Win Top IMS Awards

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Harry Mitchell College Students Win Top IMS Awards


The Harry Mitchell College based in Nottingham is the Training Division of Chinal Management Services and this year is celebrating its 50^sup th^ anniversary with a unique achievement. Delegates who attended the Harry Mitchell College have won this year's IMS Student of the Year Award, together with some Outstanding Student Performance awards in the IMS Examinations. The prizes are based on the 2002 examination results.

Managing Director of Chinal Management Services, Eugene Chinai said:

"It is particularly gratifying to have won all these prizes in-house at The Harry Mitchell College. The prizes were awarded to delegates representing a diversity of organisations covering logistics, automotive and local government. Delegates from such a diverse background can only reinforce the value of these examinations. The hard work, determination and commitment of the students taking these IMS examinations has been rewarded by their exceptional achievement".

Andrew Foster of Excel Logistics won The Student of the Year Award; his results were exceptional in all three theory examinations. Mark Isaacs of Swindon Pressings, BMW Group and Peter Burns of Fife Council also deserve high commendation for their efforts in winning awards for Outstanding Student Performance.

These achievements reflect the quality of delivery methodology, personal care and attention to detail in the training and coaching provided by the Harry Mitchell College that resulted in such exceptional success.

The Harry Mitchell College has been long associated with the IMS and its predecessors. This partnership is still as strong today as it was half a century ago.

Eugene Chinal commented:

"The College's lean approach to training is reflected in the varied routes taken by the delegates to achieve their desired results. The flexibility in providing different training options shows the partnership that has developed between the College and its clients". Four different approaches of study were employed by the successful delegates to achieve their IMS Certificates. The study methods used were a full six week block release, a modular approach covering 3 modules each of 2 weeks duration over a one year period, and finally a less conventional approach tailored to meet the specific needs of our client's needs involving in-house training and study by distance learning.

"Although praise and congratulations must be given to all students for their hard work and application, similar merit should be awarded to all the tutors and support staff of the Harry Mitchell College for their effort and dedication. The tutors of the Harry Mitchell College have, between them over 100 years of experience and knowledge from both industry and commerce in the UK and overseas. This provides an excellent platform to impart their tutorial skills giving a winning combination of balanced academia and practical experience. …

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