Hemsley Fraser

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Hemsley Fraser
Private
Industry Learning and development
Founded 1991
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Todd Turner (CEO); Jean Wemaëre (Chairman)
Services Training, consultancy, managed learning
Parent Demos/Weidong
Website www.hemsleyfraser.co.uk

Hemsley Fraser is a learning and development company, with offices in the UK (London and Plymouth), the USA (Washington DC) and Germany (Frankfurt). It provides training courses, digital and blended learning, consulting services and managed learning services. Founded in 1991, Hemsley Fraser operates in 50 countries and works with 36 percent of Fortune Global 500 corporations.[1]

In 2008, Hemsley Fraser was acquired by France-based training group Demos.[2] In 2016, Demos was acquired by China-based training and education group Weidong.[3]

Learning and development portfolio[edit]

  • Hemsley Fraser provides 250 training courses, on leadership, management, personal effectiveness, project management, PA & secretary, marketing, purchasing, finance, HR, sales and service.
  • In-house, blended and custom learning programmes.
  • Digital and micro-learning content, including proprietary digital books and videos.
  • Managed learning services/outsourcing.
  • Consultancy on people management and learning & development issues.

Accreditations & Partnerships[edit]

  • Investors in People: Hemsley Fraser has the Investors in People Standard for achieving success through people.
  • Environmental management: Hemsley Fraser operates an Environmental Management System which complies with ISO 14001:2004.
  • Chartered Management Institute
  • The Institute of Leadership and Management
  • Association for Project Management
  • PRINCE2®
  • MSP® Programme Management
  • MoR® Management of Risk
  • Member of the Agile Business Consortium Community

About the parent company Demos/Weidong[edit]

Established in 1972 - and headquartered in Paris, France - Demos is a global provider of learning and development, with 650 employees and a network of 3,000 trainers.

Based in Beijing, China, Weidong Group provides online training for 130 million learners in 195 countries. It is Unesco's first world partner in the field of education.

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