The Institute of Management Consultants and Trainers (IMC-Jordan) held last week a specialised workshop to launch its “Management Consultants and Trainers Classification System” and introduce the “Benefits of Management Consulting” and “Best Practices” documents. The objective of the workshop was to highlight IMC-Jordan’s project, financed by the European Union (EU) in cooperation with Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation (JEDCO), and aimed to develop the management consultants and trainers’ sector as well as reinforcing its export opportunities to the Arab markets. International consultant Ljubomir Tarjkovski made an introductory presentation focusing on best practices and modern international methodologies in the management consulting sector. Jordanian consultant, Laith Tseganoff, talked about the importance of defining the most important articles in the documents and its magnitude in balancing the relations between benefiting organisations and the management consulting and training services providers. Jordanian consultant Basel Salibah highlighted IMC-Jordan’s Management Consultants and Trainers Classification System, showing the fruitful benefits of this system through identifying the appropriate providers according to specialties and years of experience they accumulated in the different fields. Union Bank General Manager Nadia Saeed participated by giving a speech exhibiting business consultation from the beneficiaries’ point of view.