APM has extended its service offering by acquiring multi-award-winning learning organisation MCI.
Group CEO Michael Anghie said the acquisition of MCI enhances APM’s service delivery by further building the capabilities of people and team capacity through a range of learning mediums, including face to face, digital, micro-learning and virtual.
“This acquisition fits neatly with our core business of helping people lead successful and fulfilling lives,” Mr Anghie said.
“It augments our service offering, meaning we can deliver even better outcomes for our clients and further consolidates APM’s position as Australia’s preeminent human services provider.”
MCI CEO Jenna Meyerson said all management, staff and contractors would continue to work with new and existing clients.
“MCI has qualified more than 38,000 people across Australia and joining APM is an important milestone that means we can train and help even more people realise better qualifications and lives,” she said.
MCI was founded in 2004 by Dr Denise Meyerson and has received 29 awards in the past 10 years.
Last year it joined the AFR’s Most Innovative Companies list, making it Australia's Most Innovative Training Company.
MCI has more than 15 years’ experience designing, developing and delivering learning solutions and qualifications for Australia’s largest organisations, government departments, and individuals.
Established in 1994, APM is the world’s leading, mission-driven human services organisation, with operations ten countries, including Australia and New Zealand, supporting more than 350,000 people each year to lead better lives.