Is your L&D function externally accredited to best-practice?
L&D is too often seen in the Boardroom as a necessary overhead, a tactical expense line, rather than a strategic wealth creator.
Heads of L&D seeking to correct this misperception and elevate the status of their function in the organisation might consider achieving external accreditation to the only Queen's Award-winning L&D standards.
It has been The Training Foundation's mission since 1997 to enable L&D to play a strategic role in organisational development - however, our journey is...
If you would like to discuss becoming a TAP Partner
please call Lorna Crowley at Foundation House
024 7641 1288
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TAP Accreditation of L&D functions (TAP Partners)
The TAP Partners Programme is designed for L&D functions that wish to demonstrate the professionalism of their services. TAP Accredited L&D Partners have a policy that all training be aligned with the TAP Standards. There are two levels, Silver and Gold. There are no fees payable for Accreditation.
Gold Accreditation recognises an L&D
policy that all who deliver/facilitate
formal training and all who
design/develop formal training
materials, should hold valid TAP
Certification - Gold list
Silver Accreditation recognises an
L&D policy that all who
deliver/facilitate formal training
or all who design/develop
formal training materials should
hold valid TAP Certification - Silver List
Only Accredited Partners may access the TAP Certified Assessor programme, enabling them to monitor quality assurance and re-certify their L&D personnel under a Code of Practice - details available on request
TAP Partners include many best-in-class
"We always struggled with how to evaluate our trainers in a fair, objective way.
We then partnered with
The Training Foundation who used their TAP methodology to evaluate and train our permanent and associate trainers.
It has been superb and has really helped us evaluate our trainers and feed back to them in a very pragmatic way.
I would have no hesitation in recommending this evaluation method."