Announcement: Aspire Europe and Pearce Mayfield join forces

Two of the most established brands in the training market are joining forces to maintain a high quality offering in the Axelos and APM accreditations market place.

Pearce Mayfield were established in 2001 and Aspire Europe in 2004 and both have been active the development of UK best practice through authorship roles in PRINCE2, MSP and P3O. This track record brings authority and experience to the delivery of courses unmatched by any other company

Rod Sowden, MD Aspire Europe said “We have worked closely with the Pearce Mayfield team since Patrick Mayfield was one of my authoring team for MSP 2007.  I’ve always admired their unique approach to the training delivery and their courage to stand by their values in an increasingly commoditised market”

Richard Rose, MD of Pearce Mayfield “We have  often shared trainers and other resources so it was only natural to continue the working relationship when the opportunity arose. We can continue to deliver high quality courses to our current and future customers but under the Aspire Europe brand in future”

“I really want to thank all the people that contributed to the successes of Pearce Mayfield in the past and look forward working with them under the Aspire Europe brand in the future” Richard continued.

For enquiries and more details please contact Aspire Academy on 01275 848099 or email theacademyteam@aspireeurope.com

MSP®, P3O® and PRINCE2® are [registered] trade marks of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.

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