On February 21 and 22 NECI delivered an in-house session of Procurement Planning PSPP 201 in Whitehorse to a group of Municipal and First Nations procurement professionals, sponsored by Yukon Government Community Services.
In this PSPP 201 delivery, we had a diverse group of procurement professionals from all different skill levels. Everyone engaged in very insightful discussions and acquired take-aways to bring back to their organizations that we’re confident will make a real difference.
Here’s what some of our PSPP 201 students had to say about their training experience:
“It was an eye opener course for me with very little background in procurement. I enjoyed the course and have learned a bunch.”
“PSPP 201 was very relevant to my every day job duties.”
“I learned valuable practical skills from case studies and examples from real life experiences.”
“I loved the practical examples and court case studies. Hearing examples and cases from the colleagues attending the course — especially from other municipalities — was an eye opener.”
“The instructor was extremely knowledgeable on the subject. She presented the information in a clear, effective manner with relevant examples. I liked the exercises and group activities used throughout the workshops which surprised me since I generally shy away from such activities.”
If your organization is forward-thinking and proactive towards investing in their procurement operations, we’d be more than happy to work with you to find a procurement training solution that meets your needs.
Contact us anytime to discuss how we can help you build a strong and reliable procurement process.