Demonstrating quality in learning and development can be difficult. A potential customer or client asks you how good is your training or L&D? How do you answer, well great of course but how do you demonstrate it, what evidence do you have?
You may have one or two awards you may even have one or two testimonials from previous customers etc. But these soon date also they may not be relevant to the client you’re trying to impress.
One of the best ways to demonstrate quality is to get your company/L&D peer reviewed.
There are a number of ways that you can get that done, however The British Institute for Learning & Development have developed 12 Criteria that we believe all good L&D organisations can achieve. The process is simple but the criteria are challenging.
Peer reviewed is arguably the best evidence that you can have to show new clients.