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Launch of TrainerBase’s accreditation ‘exceeds expectations’


TrainerBase – the Association for Learning Practitioners - says the launch of its Certified Learning Practitioner accreditation at HRD exceeded all its expectations.

Peter Mayes, chief executive of the Association declared: “The level of interest from both learning practitioners and the purchasing community has been outstanding.”

The level of interest was such that even with up to five directors and members on the stand, at times visitors were willing to come back to speak to find out more, he said.Heather Girling, fellow director of TrainerBase commented: “We were so busy it certainly made the time fly by”.

Other directors and members helping on the stand included Mike Morrison, Charlotte Mannion, Jooli Atkins, Ivan Mactaggart and Dominic Demolder.

Many visitors to the stand commented on the benefit of the CLP accreditation, said Mr Mayes, adding that purchasers of training, learning and development services saw it as a valuable ‘assurance’ of the competence of an independent and said it would shorten their recruitment cycles.

A number of visitors said they were soon to be made redundant and could see that the Standard for Learning Practitioners, on which the accreditation is built, was a valuable benchmark for their career development, he added.

Training providers, many of whom are already members of the Association could see that the Standard was something to measure their competence by and that as a CLP, they would gain by being recommended by the Association to the growing number of purchasers using TrainerBase as the perfect place for trainers, he said.


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