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I want to find training for my staff


Ensuring that you purchase the best training for your staff can be hard, and this is where the Training Quality Standard can help. The Training Quality Standard is an assessment framework designed to reflect employers' priorities and expectations in sourcing training and development solutions.

If you are looking for a training provider to deliver training to your staff and want to be confident that the provider will deliver high quality, high impact training solutions to your organisation you should source a training provider that is Certificated under the Training Quality Standard.

Why choose a certificated provider?

Certification against the Training Quality Standard is tough to achieve, so we can be confident in endorsing organisations that achieve Certification to employers. In selecting a training provider that has achieved the Training Quality Standard, you are assuring that you are selecting a provider that is among the best to responding to the needs of employers.

More information on choosing training can be found on the good practice in purchasing training page.

What is a Part B?

The Standard is split into two parts; Part A, which is about general responsiveness to employer customer needs, and Part B. All providers must achieve Part A if they want to display the badge; Part B is optional. If a training provider holds a Part B, or several, it demonstrates their expertise in those particular sectors. For further information on which Part B covers your industry, please click here.