...are relevant to everyone involved in L&D:
TAP is now a de facto standard in most sectors
New TAP customers 2009-13When 'raving fans' move L&D jobs, they take TAP along...
Financial servicesQuality-assurance of L&D provision is vital for Compliance ...
Professional servicesMaintaining the expertise of a dispersed workforce is...
Support servicesClients demand quality-assured services from suppliers...
Automotive and AerospaceConsistency and reliability of training is vitally important to...
Information & Communications TechnologyCustomer training is strategically important to all firms...
RetailRetailers are having a tough time but those doing well...
Healthcare-relatedTAP is the recommended standard for L&D in the NHS, so...
Must at least match the quality of clients' own training...
Other private sector
There are far too many sectors for a page each, so...
Local GovernmentTo meet the constant 'more for less' demands, the L&D...
MoDTAP courses are MoD-approved within the ELC scheme...
NHSMore than 2,600 NHS trainers hold a TAP qualification..
Other public sectorCentral Departments etc have adopted TAP standards...
Health & SafetyThe Health & Safety aspects of employment, by definition...
UniversitiesWhen the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge adopt...
IT trainersTAP has been the de facto training qualification since 1998...
PTLLS holders can join the TAP community!PTLLS was designed for FE teachers not commercial L&D...
Industry-leaders in all sectors are TAP fans!
The TAP Communities pages indicate how TAP is being adopted across all strands of the private and public sectors.
Space precludes all 1,300+ TAP customers being included; all those listed are current TAP customers and the majority are
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