Wellingtone already made extensive use of remote working technology, including Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Office365, before the tragedy of COVID-19 took hold.

We, therefore, continue to provide all of our services as normal during these challenging times. We have carefully modified training material for remote delivery. We have also adjusted our workshop style and approach for online participants.

We continue to implement the Microsoft PPM platform for clients. This includes Microsoft Project Online and Project for the Web wherever participants may be located. Workshops, configuration, testing and training are all successfully completed remotely managed by our Project Leads.

Delegates undertaking training can receive hard copy training material direct by post to their home ahead of courses and where necessary we make use of additional technology options including Zoom.

Our wider range of consulting services have also been adapted for remote working.  This includes undertaking PPM, PMO and P3M3 maturity assessment and developing PPM methodology & governance.

We are now delivering more webinar and online content and hope this provides useful reference for those of you undertaking research or personal development during these challenging times.

Our contact details remain exactly the same and you are warmly welcome to get in touch.  You don’t have to agree to a video call, although we promise we are still brushing our hair.

We look forward to meeting you again in person in the near future.

Finally, we hope you stay safe and well and continue to follow the guidelines as set out by these organisations or their appropriate equivalent in your country:

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Update: 15 May 20

Following the publication of “Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)” by UK Government on the 11th of May 2020, we have completed a thorough risk assessment for our offices as per the “Offices and contact centres” guidance.  Representatives from across Wellingtone participated in this assessment and clear guidance has been presented to all colleagues on appropriate safe working practices.

Wellingtone is now fully compliant with the relevant UK Government guidance and is “Staying COVID-19 Secure in 2020”

Update: 27 July 2020

Here at Wellingtone, we are pleased to confirm that none of our colleagues were furloughed, but all continued to work throughout this difficult period. Wellingtone has therefore not taken advantage of government help in the form of furlough or grant payments.

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