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14 Sep 2012 Track Training wins Fast Growth 50 Award


Business improvement specialists, Track Training Limited achieved significant business growth of 239.1% in the period 2009-2011 and were thrilled to to win this year's Top 50 Fastest Growing Welsh Business award this year in the category of education and health. 

Track Training Limited is a specialist provider of lean and continuous improvement programmes. It also offers customers the opportunity to access training grants through its work-based learning contracts, held with a select group of leading colleges and government departments.

Track Training works in the education, training and consultancy sector and supports businesses in both Wales and England, with some overseas contracts also. Its growth area has been with specialist qualifi cation delivery and hybrids with generalist qualifi cations where required by the customer.

The company specialises in apprenticeship training and the National Vocational Qualifi cations due to demand - but also offers a full range of operational performance training at all levels to compliment this. The company holds a range of external accreditations and has grown year on year through its focus on specialist skills in business improvement delivered directly in the workplace, strategic alliances with external bodies such as Sector Skills Councils and partnerships with the National Skills Academy for Manufacturing and the National Energy Action group (NEA).

The company also works with key organisations in Wales such as the Royal Mint, Panasonic and Scottish & Southern Electricity (SSE).

Track Training has its head office in Bridgend but works for an international client base with its main focus on clients in England and Wales. It takes a needsbased approach to in-company training programme delivery which means working in a flexible way, mindful of company demands and delivering impact in the areas agreed.

Co-founders Malcolm Sanders and Dean Sanders have many years combined experience running successful businesses in Wales and internationally, and wanted to use this market and industry knowledge to launch a quality training enterprise, with a dedicated and trusted team, specialising in lean manufacturing and offering companies in the sector a route to accessing skills grants.

Track Training's year on year growth can be contributed to its specialist focus, listening to client needs and being flexible and, most importantly, delivering impact.

Its plan for growth over the next five years includes the appointment of key staff with specialist knowledge, developing and maintaining key account relationships, extending provision into areas of specialist and generalist skills need, developing a reputation for quality and impact, and continuing to help businesses in England and Wales to access support that can give a return on their investment in skills at all levels. 

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