Commissionaires BC forms new training subsidiary
By Canadian SecurityNews
Commissionaires BC has announced the opening of Lexxon Training, a new subsidiary that will deliver all of Commissionaires BC’s training courses. This new company now offers all courses previously provided by Commissionaires BC.
Lexxon Training provides transformational workshops in workplace relations as well as security and safety courses to organizations and individuals.
“While Commissionaires BC has been known for providing excellent security and safety courses, we have evolved to include a host of workshops that focus on workplace relations such as customer service,” says Audrey Ple, managing director of Lexxon. “The challenge was that potential clients only thought of us for security training. We needed a new identity that would help us communicate the broader nature of our training courses, so we formed Lexxon Training.”
Workplace relations training is delivered face-to-face and hands-on, through interactive, collaborative workshops and professional support. Lexxon’s facilitators help employees handle a wide range of workplace related issues, such as improving customer service, dealing with organizational change, or managing difficult conversations. For unique business situations, it can tailor workshops to meet clients’ specific needs.
As well it provides training to individuals and organizations, in basic and advanced security, first aid, bylaw enforcement, and customer service for security professionals that meets provincial certification requirements.
“Our workshops and courses are founded on an interactive learning model that gets participants actively engaged and involved in the learning process,” says David Freeman, Manager of Training and Development. “We pay close attention to each student and how they learn—and draw liberally upon their existing knowledge and experience to help support further learning.”
Classes are offered at the Surrey Gateway campus and also at the Kelowna training facility. State-of-the-art facilities are equipped with the latest in classroom technology and teaching tools for interactive presentations and digital media.
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