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I have developed a training programme, which has my course delivered in a one day format.  I am an industry expert but have little training experience, how can I go about getting my course recognised as a qualification- what levels are there, and where should I look at starting?  I am convinced by the quality of my course, who else do I need to convince?!?

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  1. Course Accreditation

    Without knowing what your area of expertise is or what the topic of your course is it is impossible to guide you, but a one day course might be a little short in duration to be recognised as a qualification. It may qualify to be endorsed by the relevant awarding body..

  2. Course accreditation

    Hi there, 

    Have you considered independent CPD accreditation for your course?  I work with the CPD Standards Office who offer cost efficient course accreditation, – see http://www.cpdstandards.com.  This accreditation does not constitute a qualification per se, but the CPD kite-mark assures trust and quality. 

     

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