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ICW to stage ISO 44001 events

08 February 2017

Following the announcement of the formalisation of the ISO 44001 standard at the end of 2016, the Institute of Collaborative Working (ICW) will hold a number of events to assist those considering its use.

It is designed to provide a systematic approach to collaboration, from strategic concept to exiting from business relationships.

Publication of ISO 44001 - Collaborative Business Relationship management systems - Requirements and Framework - is expected this month.

A series of one day events delivered by ICW operations director and knowledge architect David Hawkins and his team has been established to explain the details and potential areas of application.

The courses are aimed at those already involved with collaborative programmes and businesses involved with the use of BS 11000 and looking to transition to ISO 44001.

Advice will be provided on the advancements made over six years of BS 11000 operation.

ICW officers and members played a major role in the new standard becoming officially accepted.

Courses will be held on:

6 March at Warwick University

8 March in London

14 March in Glasgow

10 April at Warwick University

12 April in Cardiff

Cost of attendance will be £350 per day, with 20% discount for ICW members, and courses can be booked by emailing

Use of ISO 44001 will also feature in the Future of FM seminar organised by PFM magazine at The Cleaning Show from 11.00 till 12.00 on 16 March, delivered by Emcor UK group executive director Christopher Kehoe, who is a non-executive director of the ICW.

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