3P Innovation Wins Princess Royal Training Award

3P Innovation has won a Princess Royal Training Award for its Graduate Development Programme (GDP).

Medtech and pharma automation provider, 3P Innovation, has won a Princess Royal Training Award for its Graduate Development Programme (GDP), the company announced in an Aug. 17, 2021 press release.

The GDP has been designed to follow the lifecycle of a 3P engineer, lasting two years, and is tailored to each participant by being competence-based and evolving to both the business’ needs and graduates’ expectations. Participants in the scheme, with support from senior management acting as mentors, will manage the process.

“The GDP addresses skills issues, which hampered growth. This initiative has been pivotal to our recent growth, and we have seen a wide range of benefits,” said David Seaward, founder and director of Projects at 3P Innovation, in the press release. “We have tangibly reduced staff turnover and recruitment costs. Staff satisfaction and improved morale are also very apparent as evidenced in our recent satisfaction survey, along with the desire to carry on working at 3P into the future. We have also seen rapid promotion of our graduate engineers as a further impact of the scheme. This enabled the senior management team to focus on other areas to further grow the business organically.”

Source: 3P Innovation