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Virtual College Accredited by the Learning and Performance Institute

schedule 16th January 2019 by Virtual College in Virtual College

Virtual College LPI Accreditation

The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), a trusted body for global learning professionals and organisations, has recently accredited Virtual College as a Learning Technologies Provider.

LPI accreditation is a globally recognised quality mark for providers of learning products, technologies, services and facilities. Originating in 1995, it has since grown year-on-year to become today’s leading authority in workplace learning.

To be an accredited member of the institute, Virtual College went through a rigorous approval process, assessed on a number of key performance indicators including client integrity, CSR, client value proposition, solution capability and quality management.

The Institute focuses on the demonstrable impact of learning on individual and organisational performance, and was pleased to administer positive and well-received feedback on all Virtual College’s KPIs.  

The assessor’s comments within the Learning Technologies Consultancy criteria stated that the organisation has a strong consultancy culture with effective consultancy processes. They went on to state that the usability and responsiveness of the learning platform is well suited for its intended audience and purpose.

Virtual College is a previous gold award-winner for excellence in design of learning content in the Learning Technologies Awards and the LPI assessor's comments on it's e-learning content establishes this further.

‘The eLearning is well designed and implemented, and it is easy and intuitive to use… excellent use of language and well-integrated use of multi-media.’

Hannah Brindle, MD of Virtual College said: ‘Virtual College is very proud to be accredited by such an established body within the Learning and Development space and we’re delighted to add this accreditation to our existing portfolio.’   

 


Notes to Editors

Virtual College has developed into one of the UK's leading providers of total solutions within the e-learning arena. Its key objective is to help enhance the traditional learning solution through the careful integration of technology.

Founded in 1995, today Virtual College has over three million registered online learners and this is growing at a rate of over 1,500 a day, across both the public and private sectors. The company has developed a comprehensive product range, including over 300 online courses, accessed via the company's own Learning Management System, as well as offering a complete content design and development service.

Further information is available at www.virtual-college.co.uk.

 

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