Demonstrate Quality In L&D

How do you demonstrate the quality of your learning and development?

If you are working as part of an L&D team, you might be asked this question. You can point to the qualifications of your team, you might have even found a way to measure the all illusive return on investment… but as an L&D team it is hard to benchmark yourself with similar companies or competitors.

And if you are learning provider how do you demonstrate to a client whom you’ve meet for the first time that your learning and development or training delivery¬†is better the XYZ’s down the road, or how do you justify that you’re 10% more expensive that XYZ?

What is the answer?

There is no definite answer because each manager and each client will have a different set of criteria by which to judge you. Hopefully it won’t just be on price.

However, at the British Institute for Learning & Development we have something that might be able to help you evidentially demonstrate your quality. Over the last few years we’ve developed the BILD Quality Mark. This is a 12 point peer review of your learning and development.

This can help when you are asked to evidence your claim that your L&D is good quality. As a BILD Quality Mark holder you can categorically state that your L&D has been peer reviewed by the leading British L&D Institute.

The cost of the BILD Quality Mark has been reduced by 50% if booked in January or February. email info@thebild.org for more information.