An accreditation and quality assurance strategy has 3 main benefits:
Externally, accreditations and labels send a strong message to the market, reassuring candidates, students and families as to the quality of an education provider. Indeed, quality labels position an institution as a credible organisation that meets rigorous standards.
Internally, a quality assurance process not only drives operational improvement, but is also a key strategic lever allowing the institution to differentiate itself in a highly competitive national and international marketplace.
In France, registration with the National Repertoire of Professional Certifications (RNCP) or other registers for example, enable access to a range of different funding schemes. For instance RNCP registration is a prerequisite for:
Being listed on the Compte personnel de formation (CPF);
Benefitting from mutualised funding schemes for continuing education programs
Developing apprenticeship programmes in higher education.
Some examples of our of expertise:
· International accreditations (AACSB, EQUIS, EPAS/EFMD Accredited, AMBA…)
· National certifications (National Repertoire of Professional Certifications – RNCP, RS, Visa, Gradede Master/Licence, CGE and other special registers)
· Performance management and supervision: selecting and developing KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), development of AOL processes;