Video Arts wins best practice recognition with LPI accreditation

Learning content specialist Video Arts has been awarded accreditation for providing 'exceptional learning which delivers performance outcomes' by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI).

Online PR News – 05-September-2013 – London – Learning content specialist Video Arts has been praised for its best practice approach and high standards after being recognised as an Accredited Learning Technologies Provider by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), the not-for-profit professional body for learning professionals.

The LPI’s Learning Technologies Accreditation is a globally-recognised mark which is awarded to companies that provide exceptional learning which delivers performance outcomes. It differentiates Video Arts as a forward-thinking and reputable provider that is committed to training effectiveness, learner outcomes, performance development, value and customer satisfaction.

Colin Steed, Chief Executive of the Learning and Performance Institute, said: “Through accreditation, we recognise outstanding examples of leading edge providers with innovative approaches. Video Arts has been awarded the status of Accredited Learning Technologies Provider for its commitment to high quality and process improvement in the provision of learning, development and training services to clients. Accreditation confirms that Video Arts resources can deliver organisational performance improvements, its staff are appropriately qualified and that its learning resources and support materials are of a high standard.”

The in-depth accreditation process covers aspects such as innovation, vision, client perceptions, service proposition, fitness for purpose, business integrity, quality of staff, quality of facilities, delivery methods and procedures.

Martin Addison, CEO of Video Arts, said: “The LPI is a respected and influential body and they’ve conducted an impartial review of our service and resources. Accreditation is an assurance of our competence and professional conduct and it recognises the high standard of our resources. This is further proof that we’re a leading L&D content provider and it’s another way that clients can have total confidence in the high quality of our offering.”

For further information, please call Video Arts: +44 (0) 20 7400 4800.

Background notes: Video Arts is the world’s leading provider of ready-made and bespoke video-based learning. For over 40 years, it has used the classic ‘wrong way, right way’ lesson structure to produce management and soft-skills training via e-learning, mobile learning and training videos. Scenes showing the ‘wrong way’ to behave provoke discussion, enabling learners to draw out the lessons for themselves. The right way to behave is then demonstrated. Video Arts has won over 200 awards for its learning content and is now part of the BAFTA-winning Tinopolis Group.