EnSync Learning Conferred Prestigious Award

KUALA LUMPUR, 1 Mar 2017 - EnSync Learning's founder, Mohd Nadzrin Wahab was conferred the Global Training & Development Leadership Award by the World Training & Development Congress in Mumbai, India on the 15th of February 2017.

Nadzrin, who was not in attendance, was represented by YH Soo Hoo, a decorated Malaysian trainer who was himself conferred an award in the same category.

The award recognised EnSync Learning's uniqueness in delivering value to clients by focusing in four key areas: ultimate modularity, which allows for quick customisation and bite-sized learning, effective delivery via a highly engaging design and delivery system, learning support by providing relevant pre-and post-course online resources and free online coaching to assist retention and behavioural change.

It also recognised the company's efforts in propagating a necessary change in the local learning & development landscape towards more efficient and effective planning and delivery methodologies.

Chief among the company's push is the Professional Learning Facilitator program, which imparts cutting-edge facilitation skills for trainers who want to upgade their classroom engagement and management methods.

The program is based on the Take Charge! Learning Facilitator System founded by Mohd Rizal Hassan, an NLP and Hypnosis Master Practitioner who began his career in L&D in the 1990s. Today, this system is practiced by more than 1200 practitioners globally.

When asked about the importance of the award, Nadzrin replied, "It's definitely an honour to be recognised alongside great names. It also serves as a reminder for me to continue delivering value to and making a positive impact on my clients".

"In reality, this honour belongs to everyone who has taught, coached and mentored me to this point in my life. Thank you for helping me and thank you for the World HRD Congress for allowing me to be part of something bigger," he added.

EnSync Learning is a Malaysian-based learning services provider. Their website is www.ensynclearning.com