18 Sep Excellence and performance: Brightwave renew LPI accreditation
We are excited to announce that for the second year running our Brightwave’s business, systems, processes and learning technology solutions have received quality accreditation from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI).
The LPI has been auditing and accrediting the workplace Learning and Development sector since 1995. It is now the leading authority on workplace Learning and Development, and as it approaches its fourth decade of operations it is continuing to expand its global reach.
The LPI’s accreditation process is a robust and comprehensive review of an organisation’s ability to deliver value, identifying key challenges and opportunities and assessing the direction of travel.
Brightwave sees the LPI’s accreditation process as a valid endorsement of our quality as an organisation and a ringing statement of intent that we undertake to constantly improve, develop and innovate our offerings to the benefit of our clients, customers, stakeholders, and the wider industry.
The ongoing benchmarking process compares data across learning providers worldwide and continues to show that we are competitive at the very highest level of the sector. and shown to be competitive at the very highest level. With regular measurement and inspection, the LPI’s framework will also help us extend our culture of continual improvement and demonstrate our commitment to providing world-class learning solutions.
The LPI said:
‘We are delighted to offer Brightwave this digital badge, in recognition of their second year accreditation with the Learning and Performance Institute. This badge openly demonstrates Brightwave’s commitment towards the highest standards of excellence and performance outcomes in the delivery of their learning products and services.’
Colin Welch, COO, Brightwave, said:
‘I am thrilled we have again achieved the LPI’s accreditation and assurance of our status in the top tier of learning technology suppliers. The elearning market is set to boom into the 2020s. As new entrants come online it is important that established organisations like Brightwave are able to simultaneously differentiate the quality of our offering in an increasingly crowded field and source reliable insight into how we are progressing in our core mission. Building in the LPI’s accreditation process to our internal analysis procedures and external proposition has an important opportunity to reflect on our development as a business.’