Leading North West apprenticeship and training provider Alliance Learning has been re-accredited with the Matrix Standard – a nationally recognised quality mark which measures the information, advice and guidance services provided by organisations to support individuals in their choice of career, learning, work and life goals.
This is the eighth consecutive year that Alliance Learning have retained their accreditation and helps set the organisation apart from other training providers in the North West.
The Matrix Standard was awarded following a rigorous four-day assessment which involved reviewing documentation, evaluating systems and conducting interviews with staff, learners and business partners.
Alliance Learning were assessed against four different criteria: Leadership and Management, Resources, Service Delivery and Continuous Quality Improvement. Alliance Learning were commended for their commitment to staff development, for their highly effective approach to innovation and service improvement and excellent information, advice and guidance provided to learners and their employees.
At the end of the review the assessor from Matrix concluded: “The review highlighted an organisation committed to quality improvement. A well respected partner, Alliance Learning is responsive, innovative and forward looking.”
Alliance Learning currently support over 500 apprentices on level 2, 3 and 4 qualifications, as well as over 6,000 individuals to gain vital skills to take back to the workplace.
Kelly Perkin, Operations and Quality Improvement Executive at Alliance Learning, said:
“This is the 8th year that we have been re-accredited with the Matrix Standard which is testament to our commitment to provide our learners and customers with the best information, advice and guidance possible in order for them to access our high quality training.”
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