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How training accreditation benefits your company

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Amid challenges like Covid-19, high inflation, and fewer jobs, companies are finding a positive trend: people want to learn and grow at work. In a recent survey of 1,555 workers, 83% said learning opportunities and training accreditation were crucial when picking a job. About 2 out of 3 said they might quit if learning chances were cut.

Another survey by Censuswide found that if companies offer training, 2 out of 3 employees feel more loyal. For young adults (16-34 years old), 1 out of 4 said it’s the most important thing for staying engaged.

These surveys show that workplace training accreditation is no longer a distraction; it’s a way for companies to stand out and attract workers. Here’s how specifically training accreditation can make your company more attractive: 

Retaining Employees Through Advancement

Finding and bringing in new employees can be expensive, costing around $7,645 per hire. This is why it’s smart for employers to focus on keeping their top performers.

One effective way to do this is by offering opportunities for career growth and certifications. Certifications make employees feel valued. They show that your company cares about helping them improve and move up in their careers. This makes employees happier, more engaged, and more likely to stay loyal to your company.

When employees receive training and certifications, they often get promotions and higher pay. This means they’re ready for more responsibilities. For instance, IT professionals who learn new skills can see their salaries increase by $12,000 to $13,000 on average.

This becomes a chance for employees to move up in the company. And for employers, it’s an opportunity to promote from within, saving money on hiring and onboarding.

Building Reputation through Training Accreditation

Accredited training programs offer distinct advantages to businesses over non-accredited alternatives. They instill confidence in employees, assuring them of top-notch learning. This leads to greater engagement, retention, and job satisfaction.

Externally, accreditation enhances a business’s reputation. It helps attract top talent and positions the company as a preferred employer. Investing in accredited programs showcases a commitment to excellence and employee growth.

Accreditation goes beyond a quality symbol; it also has regulatory implications. Meeting accreditation standards ensures internal training meets specific criteria.

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Michelle Storey, from NCFE, advises businesses seeking accreditation to clarify their goals first. “Know what you want to achieve before seeking accreditation. Then explore your options and collaborate with the provider to align the program with your goals,” she suggests.

“Working with a reputable provider, with robust quality assurance processes, enhances reputation and meets expectations.”

Minimizing Errors and Managing Risks

Neglecting employee training can negatively impact your company’s performance in various ways. It hampers your workforce’s ability to spot internal weaknesses.

Training is the remedy for such issues. You can educate your employees on key topics to help them recognize performance gaps and errors within your company. Industry-specific training and certifications empower employees to find solutions more efficiently.

Most importantly, professional certifications provide assurance. By equipping your employees with proper training and certifications, you cultivate a commitment to high professional standards. This enables you to trust that your staff meets industry standards and fulfils customer requirements.

Client Confidence

When you actively support and encourage your employees to pursue and achieve certifications, it sends a strong message to your clients. It demonstrates your commitment to maintaining the highest levels of professionalism and expertise within your workforce. This assurance helps clients feel more confident and secure in their interactions with your company.

Certifications serve as a tangible proof of your employees’ skills and knowledge, signifying that they’ve met rigorous standards set by industry experts. This translates to better-informed and more capable employees, which in turn leads to better service and problem-solving for your clients.

Ultimately, by investing in your employees’ professional growth and showcasing their certified expertise, you’re ensuring your clients that they are in capable hands, fostering trust and long-lasting relationships.


In today’s ever-changing business world, training accreditation has become a game-changer. People’s hunger for learning and growth is reshaping their job choices. Accredited programs offer a two-fold advantage for companies. Firstly, they retain top talent by fostering advancement and skills. This leads to loyalty, cost savings, and a competent team. Secondly, accreditation signals commitment to quality, reducing errors, and building a robust reputation. Furthermore, client confidence soars when they see certified expertise in your workforce. This trust translates to lasting relationships and business success. Embracing training accreditation isn’t just smart – it’s essential for a thriving future.

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Fatjona Gërguri is the content writer for Employee Experience Magazine, covering the relevant topics about employee experience, organizational culture and general HR topics.
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