We’ve been awarded our second consecutive LPI accreditation

From TrainingPressReleases.com

aNewSpring, has achieved their second year of accreditation with the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) for their blended learning platform.

The accreditation benchmarks aNewSpring across various business and quality performance KPI’s. The LPI identified three areas of excellence:

  1. aNewSpring has a deep culture of service / product development that is shared by all staff.

  2. There is a strong focus on business integrity, backed up by their recent ISO 27001 certification.

  3. The quality of the platform is supported by a well document quality management system.

“We’re very proud to have achieved our second year of accreditation with the LPI. The benefits of the accreditation are twofold. First, the accreditation helps us demonstrate that aNewSpring is a credible and reliable learning technologies provider. Second, the accreditation process helps us take a critical look at our business and reinforces our core value of continuous improvement.” – Brant Seethaler, Commercial Director, aNewSpring.
“I am delighted that aNewSpring has retained LPI Accredited Learning Provider status for the second year. This is the strongest indication that here is a company committed to developing and improving its products and services for the learning market. I look forward to seeing aNewSpring continue to push boundaries, grow their market share and delight their customers. Achieving LPI accreditation is not easy, and I congratulate aNewSpring for all their hard work in attaining this benchmark of excellence for the second year running. Well done!” – Edmund Monk, CEO, Learning and Performance Institute

Continuous development: new blended learning features

The accreditation report mentioned aNewSpring’s effective and formal development roadmap to manage and track the development of the products and services against plan. aNewSpring releases a new version of the platform about every 6 weeks. As such, the upcoming release (planned for the first week of June) will make it possible to include offline events (e.g. classroom training, exams, coaching sessions) in an online learning journey. The new feature is especially relevant for training providers who want to offer blended training programs.

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