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Quality Systems


We are wanting to implement a quality assurance system for our distance and e-learning products, and would be grateful for any help or information about how we could go about this.
Ruth Bell

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  1. IITT e-Learning Standards
    Dear Ruth

    I was a member of the Institute of IT Training panel that originally put together a detailed set of standards which can be used to review the quality of e-Learning products. I think you will find these useful.

    You can download the full Code of Practice in Adobe Acrobat format from:

    You could obviously consider IITT accreditation as an e-Learning provider.

    Further details from:

    Turning to your distance learning products, ODL QC was founded in 1969 as the Council for the Accreditation of Correspondence Colleges, becoming the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council in 1995.

    The aim of the Council is to identify and enhance quality in education and training, and to protect the interests of learners.

    Open and distance learning providers who meet ODLQC Standards are eligible to apply for accreditation by the Council.

    You can find out more by visiting:

    I trust this helps.


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