Clearview Intelligence enters a Professional Development Partnership with the IHE
Clearview Intelligence has entered a Professional Development Partnership (PDP) with the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), that will see both organisations work together to help support the provision of industry standard training, promote its Highway Engineering Academy (HEA) and Clearview’s work to deliver innovative solutions to the sector.
IHE’s Professional Development Partnership is intended to promote closer cooperation between the institute and partners so that together it can continue to provide industry standard training, promote its Highway Engineering Academy (HEA) and support practitioners in the highways sector.
Professional Development Partnerships are open to highways sector businesses, local government authorities, academic institutions, professional engineering Institutes and other highways interest-based organisations.
In this case, IHE and Clearview will work together to further develop training within the Clearview business as well as across the sector as well as partner on industry workshops and events, and other activities.
Steve Spender, Chief Executive of the IHE said: “We welcome Clearview Intelligence to the PDP initiative and look forward to working with them. At the heart of the PDP programme is collaboration and the ability for the IHE to work with the whole supply chain, which changes at such a fast pace, to ensure our sector is developing as well as supporting our people.”
Commenting on the partnership, Nick Lanigan, Managing Director of Clearview Intelligence added: “In an industry that is changing so quickly, it is vital for Clearview to keep on investing in training and development for our team which benefits the industry as a whole and the people we want to attract into the industry in the future. Collaboration on every level is something we thrive on at Clearview and we look forward to working with IHE to make this particular partnership a success.”
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