This means Zonal retains its status as an elite training provider, having achieved the recognition from a large pool of LPI accredited learning providers.
Zonal’s Head of Learning & Development, Craig Hamill, said:
“I am thrilled for my team to have this recognition again; it’s no mean feat to consistently achieve the top 20 status. The accreditation is a globally recognised quality mark that offers assurance that we are delivering best practice and operating to the highest possible industry standards as audited by the LPI.”
To achieve the recognition, Zonal had to demonstrate that it provides its customers with the best learning solutions and services possible, according to specific best practice criteria. In addition, it had to undergo an independent and rigorous annual accreditation process, which examines every aspect of its involvement in learning services.
Edmund Monk, CEO, Learning and Performance Institute, said:
“To maintain the demands of the programme demonstrates a deep commitment to business excellence and an unwavering investment in organisational development. Anyone looking to engage with Zonal can be sure of a quality experience working with its people, processes and products.”
Zonal, which also holds a Gold Standard for its training provision by the LPI, delivers its core product training from its Innovation Centre in Abingdon, where custom-designed training rooms have the capability of imitating various customer site configurations, offering an interactive classroom style environment.
Zonal’s team of 18 trainers, provide over 20,000 hours of classroom and onsite training courses and training support every year. The company also deliver training online and have developed a suite of e-learning modules that are tailored to meet individual client requirements.
To find out more about the LPI 20 top learning providers and the criteria for the accreditation, download the ebook here.