What Membership Means

What Membership Means

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Members of the BILD commit to the principles of the BILD Code of Conduct, which indicates the standards of professionalism expected of a member of the British Institute for Learning and Development. It sets out, in general terms, the standards and duties, which it is reasonable to expect a member to adopt.





What Current members say about the BILD

‘It does what it says on the tin… a professional institute focussed solely on learning and development. For professionals wanting to maintain and improve both their personal performance and the L & D Industry’s own professional standing there can be no alternative to BILD. It is fast becoming the benchmark by which all others wil be judged’  

Graham Smith, CEO Mycroft Group www.mycroftgroup.com



“I joined the British Institute for Learning & Development in 2010 I find the dedicated focus on L&D issues beneficial to my business.
I am delighted to have been awarded Fellow (FBILD) level of membership in 2010 a grade that recognises my extensive strategic L&D experience.
Membership comes with many benefits, including free member events, forums, and discounts on a range of services. As an international provider of learning and development solutions I find the liaison with UK Trade & Investment for export opportunities particularly useful.”

Joy Wilson of Spectrain http://www.spectrain.co.uk/Spectrain



“Walkgrove Limited have been members of this excellent association for learning professionals from its inception as BAOL (British Association for Open Learning) through its BLA (British Learning Association) phase and into the current BILD (British Institute of Learning and Development).  We have taken advantage of benefits this membership brings including attending many events and conferences, helping out on learning and development surgeries at WOLCE conferences and networking with other members.  Throughout its history, this association, dedicated to those working in L & D as providers of solutions or managing training departments within organisations, has provided a focus for all through its website, newsletters and events.  Long may it continue.”

Jane Lunt Business Devlopment Manager Walkgrove Ltd  http://www.walkgrove.co.uk/



“I use The BILD as my major Continuous Professional Development in any one year.  However it also allows me to link to individuals who are like minded.  I have previously used other members as associates in our company when we have needed training specialists.”

Cath Convery Explosive Learning Solutions www.elsbusinesstraining.co.uk



“I like being a member of the BILD. As a freelance trainer I feel that it gives me some credibility in a competitive market. I can network, develop, ask questions and generally be curious about this industry in which we work. The information available is easy to access and provide a friendly and professional opportunity to support my own professional development.”

Ann Pemberton – Director Open Road Learning. www.openroadlearning.co.uk




“DeltaNet has been a Corporate Member of the BILD for nearly 14 years. We operate in a highly competitive market where skills and knowledge are king. Membership allows us to maintain the currency of our skills; provides a great platform for networking with like minded people and, through the BILD Quality Mark, enables us to demonstrate our committment to high quality learning solutions.”

Darren Hockley – Managing Director DeltaNet Internations. http://www.delta-net.co.uk/


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Advertising on the BILD website does not imply endorsement or accreditation of products and courses of its members in any way.

Direct advertising of courses or company products is not made available to BILD members.

Companies may display their logo or logo in banner with contact details only – each linked to their organisation’s website.


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