...are relevant to everyone involved in L&D:
TAP Delegate Surveys
To assess the sustainable impact that TAP has made to raising training standards, we are always keen to know....
How has it changed the way that respondents work?
What are the most valuable elements of TAP?
What impact does TAP have on learning experiences?
As the TAP Learning System was into its second decade in 2009, more than 18,000 TAP certificates had been issued. The British Institute for Learning & Development and The Training Foundation collaborated on the UK’s most extensive Survey of L&D qualified practitioners. There were 726 respondents from 379 organisations and the survey was externally moderated by Dr Philomena Alston, an educational consultant for ABC Awards and the University of Chester. The results were remarkable...
...for example, respondents gave an overall advocacy rating of 96.4%
The latest Survey, conducted in 2015, has revealed equally impressive results. Download an overview of the 2015 Survey Report
If you'd like to discuss any aspects of the Survey call us on 024 7641 1288
Dr Philomena Alston commented in the Report's Introduction:
"I have been privileged to see the
work of The Training Foundation
This gave me the opportunity to see highly creative, dynamic teaching carried out with a clear and sympathetic understanding of the needs of the learners involved"