The British Institute for Learning and Development’s Quality Mark.
Are you a Learning and Development provider? If so:
How do you differentiate yourself in a tight market?
With so many companies chasing the same business, what makes you stand out?
Are you part of a Learning and Development department? If so:
How do you demonstrate that you deliver training in line with the business need?
Can you show that your Learning and Development is second to none?
What is the Quality Mark?
Demonstrating Quality is often difficult to prove to an individual or an organisation that doesn’t know you. This is why we launched The British Institute for Learning and Development (The BILD) Quality Mark.
The British Institute for Learning & Development has developed a robust assessment against your L&D skills, quality-assurance and critically, learning transfer methodologies.
The BILD Quality Mark is a peer review of your Learning & Development. Once you’ve been granted the Quality Mark you’ll be able to display the Quality Mark Logo on your website, leaflets and other printed materials.
We’ve kept the process simple: complete a self-assessment, email it to the BILD and we’ll consult with you until such time as you are ready for a formal assessment.
At the assessment stage of the process we’ll arrange a site visit to complete your assessment, which is conducted in a conversational manner.
In order to gain the Quality Mark you must be a member of the BILD. Once that is complete we can process your Quality Mark assessment, the cost of which is listed below:
Size of BILD member Cost OF BILD QM Assessment Site Assessment
(Per half day)
(Without site visit)
(over 50 employees)
£1000 £500 £100 SMEs
(less the 50 employees)
£500 £500 £50 BILD Individual Members
(MBILD or FBILD)
No Site Visit
** Plus travel costs **
There are many notable benefits of attaining The BILD QM:
The BILD Quality Mark Logo – You are afforded the right to use The British Institute for Learning and Development Quality Mark Logo on your literature, website and associated promotional materials.
Competitive advantage – When engaging in tender submissions and commercial bids, The BILD QM helps to differentiate your organisation from your competitors who do not possess a quality assurance award.
Gaining New and Retaining Existing Customers/Clients – Your organisation can demonstrate to current and prospective clients/customers your commitment to quality.
Independent Assurance of Quality – The BILD recognises and endorses your company’s ability and capability to deliver training, learning, development, education, products and services to a high standard, and your adherence to continuous improvement.
The BILD Register of Quality Mark holders – Your organisation is placed upon the BILD register of Quality Mark holders. This register is promoted via the BILD website and at promotional events.
The BILD News Letter – New Quality Mark holders are featured as part of a regular update in our publications, joint publications, in our mail/email updates and regularly feature in our social media.
The BILD Conference and Event Discounts – BILD QM holders are entitled to a discount on fees for both The BILD Annual Conference and overseas exhibitions/events held in conjunction with UKTI.
Recruitment and Retention – Your organisation can demonstrate to current and prospective employees the high standard of work achieved, enabling you to attract and retain talented people.
To learn more about the BILD Standards and Quality Mark please contact us HERE or call The BILD Business Manager Tel: 0151 236 1813
The BILD Quality Mark Awards
The Quality Mark is rapidly becoming a key Learning and Development industry award and challenging existing training quality standards. The BILD Quality Mark is awarded to The British Institute for Learning and Development Members who have been able to demonstrate that they are able to meet the criteria after an assessment.
The British Institute for learning and Development has been able to award the following members the BILD Quality Mark.
A selection of members awarded the BILD Quality Mark
- Glasstap Ltd – www.glasstap.com
- Capita Customer Management – www.capitacustomermanagement.co.uk
- Farscape Development ltd – www.farscapedevelopment.co.uk
- Tribal Group – www.tribalgroup.com
- Mike Long Associates Ltd – www.mlatrain.co.uk
- Aviation Training International Ltd – www.atil.co.uk
- DeltaNet International Ltd – www.delta-net.co.uk
- Chrysalis Programme – www.chrysalisprogramme.com
- Joy Wilson – www.spectrain.co.uk
- Petronas – www.petronas.com.my
- Brief Academy – www.briefacademy.com
- Learning Nexus – www.learningnexus.co.uk
- SalesAssessment.com – www.salesassessment.com
- Mycroft group – mycroftgroup.com
- Leadership International – www.lil2.com
- Open Study College – www.openstudycollege.com
- Enact Solutions – www.enactsolutions.com
- Explosive Learning Solutions – www.explosivelearningsolutions.com
- Fidessa PLC – www.fidessa.com
- Cambridge International College – www.cambridgecollege.co.uk
- ATN Consultants – www.atngroup.uk
- Creative Edge – www.creativedgetraining.co.uk
- Peak People Developers – www.peakpeopledevelopers.com
All of the above companies have proven that they are delivering Learning and Development to a high standard as set out by the Institute and as such are entitled to display both the Institute’s Logo and the Quality Mark Logo on their website and other printed materials.
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