LIFE is FAB at M&S Money.
The company’s Feelings, Attitudes and Behaviour (FAB) programme has won a National Training Award.
The scheme was introduced in 2006 to help line managers improve the performance of their teams. The award was shared with M&S Money's partners, business psychologists Kaisen.
Representatives from the company received the award from sports presenter, Sue Barker, at a gala ceremony at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel.
She said: “I’d like to congratulate each National Training Award winner on their success. Anyone can train, just as in sport, but the only way you are going to reap the rewards is if you're committed to developing new skills and putting them into practise. The winners have done just that and can feel very proud of what they have achieved.”
Jane Wilson, HR manager at M&S Money, said: “We're thrilled that our commitment to our people at M&S Money has been recognised and rewarded at the highest level.”
UK Skills runs the awards on behalf of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills.
Chief executive, Simon Bartley, said: “These individuals and organisations show how training targeted at meeting a particular business need or achieving a personal goal can transform companies, careers and communities. I congratulate them on what they have achieved.”
The awards are sponsored by City & Guilds, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the Learning and Skills Council, and are supported by Investors in People.