Why is L&D
The myth persists that all you
need to train other people is
subject matter knowledge
This ignores the vital importance of
training skills and undermines the
value and status of L&D practitioners
The Training Foundation's
mission is to 'fly the flag' for
L&D, enabling it to be recognised
as a genuine Profession through
TAP Qualifications and Accreditation
The TAP story so far
1998 - 2013
The key objective of the TAP Programme...
...enabling the 'professionalising'
of Learning & Development
Qualifications and Accreditation
are the hallmarks of a Professional
TAP Training Qualifications for professional development
TAP Accreditation recognised by post-nominal letters
New to training? start your TAP journey here
Subject matter experts? foundation skills courses
There are now more than 25,000 TAP-qualified trainers
whose professional practice is aligned to TAP standards
Accreditation to best-practice standards
Today, more than 1,400 organisations across the private and
public sectors are benefiting from the TAP methodologies
Is change needed?
TAP founder Nick Mitchell says:
"I feel strongly that a career in
L&D needs to be seen as a genuine 'Profession' in its own right
- not just an adjunct to HR"
Nick explains his view...
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