MENTA achieves IOEE academy status
The Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs (IOEE) is the first personal development institute dedicated to recognising the profession of enterprise, entrepreneurship and enterprise support.
Known as IOEE, it is the first learning institute dedicated to developing the skills of enterprising people. It has developed a wide range of enterprise qualifications and programmes which are recognised nationally and internationally and have been designed to meet the needs of every type of enterprise learner.
Through IOEE Academies the organisation supports people who take the risk to control their own destiny by starting and running their own business. It also supports enterprise professionals in developing their skills and knowledge to provide outstanding enterprise support.
MENTA which supports growing businesses and start-ups with advice, business skills training and networking has been awarded IOEE Academy status.
Alex Till, CEO of MENTA commented, “At MENTA a large part of our role is to increase the development of enterprise skills within the business community of the eastern region. We work with established company owners, their staff as well as sole traders and are thrilled to now have IOEE Academy status.”
“Since 2017, MENTA has been working with the Ministry of Justice on their education and rehabilitation programme and to date their beneficiaries have achieved 100% success rate in obtaining a Level 1 Award in Understanding Enterprise.”
MENTA was established in 1984 and provides business advice, networking events, business skills training for established and growing companies plus specifically designed workshops for pre-start-up businesses. They can be contacted on 01284 760206, their website is www.menta.org.uk