IRRV finalists in two categories

Excel Civil Enforcement is excited to have been shortlisted for two IRRV awards, the first for ‘Excellence in Staff Development’ and the second being for ‘Excellence in Enforcement’.

Excellence in staff development

Staff development is a priority for us and we continue to strive to build the skills and knowledge within Excel, so our staff develop, learn and exceed expectations. Our people are fundamental to the success of our organisation and being a finalist in this category is something we are incredibly proud of.

You can find out more about our training programs which include regulated qualifications and workshops in our Training section.

Excellence in enforcement

We have also been shortlisted in the ‘Excellence in Enforcement Category’ this again is an award that highlights the work we do and the goals we have as an organisation. We strive to go above and beyond for our clients, offering the latest in technological advancements, providing a flexible approach to enforcement and above all else ensuring complete transparency between ourselves, the client and the debtor through our sophisticated clientweb, live webchat and live streaming body cameras.

The IRRV Deputy Chief Executive Gary Watson stated that this year

In receiving such a high number of submissions, short-listing proved particularly difficult and it was inevitable, not all submissions could be short-listed. It has never been the case that entrants in our Awards are automatically short-listed. Organisations that are short-listed are worthy of being declared ‘a finalist’.

The IRRV Performance Awards Gala Dinner takes place on 10th October in Telford, you can find more information about the awards here and view the other finalists here.

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