The Institute of Management Consultants and Trainers of Jordan (IMC-Jordan) has marked the International Consultants Day, celebrated internationally by ICMCI on June 26th, by organizing a media roundtable to members of the local and regional media to introduce IMCJordan’s role in developing the management consultancy and training sectors in Jordan, its duties, responsibilities and the purposes IMCJordan wishes to achieve, through its different activities. Namely, being the first and only local and regional institute to join the ICMCI, this, in turn, provided it with the international recognition for its Certified Management Consultant (CMC) certification.The roundtable was attended by more than 12 journalists representing local and regional publications and news agencies, and included a briefing about the Institute right from its inception and demonstrated the different development stages and the latest methods adopted by the institute to achieve success both locally and internationally.
Being a member of ICMCI, IMC-Jordan has always worked towards helping consultants achieve maximum success through various activities aiming towards assisting them in maintaining the level of success and development on a global level. IMC-Jordan strives to upgrade the concept of management consultancy by its efforts to regulate the profession, implement the consultants’ code of ethics, and offer professional training in a manner that meets the increasing needs and requirements of the labor market which necessitates keeping abreast with latest global developments, not to mention offering sophisticated programs and internationally-accredited certificates.
A journalist from the Jordan News Agency (PETRA) who attended the roundtable described the event as instructive, “we got to know first hand the important role IMC-Jordan is playing in public advocacy and its efforts in partnering with all relevant entities to officially organize the management consultation and management training professions to sustain the high technical services that are currently being offered by Jordanian consultants and trainers both locally and regionally”.