PRESS RELEASE - Sysdoc named in UK Top 30 Highest Performing Learning Providers
The announcement comes following a sustained period of investment by Sysdoc in Learning Innovation, including the recent launch of the Sysdoc Digital Learning Hub. This is the first time that Sysdoc has featured in the prestigious list, which is released annually by the LPI – the global body for learning professionals and organisations.
To identify the Top 30 Learning Providers in the UK, the LPI conducts an annual review of all accredited learning providers. The rigorous selection criteria extend further than just the delivery of learning programmes; the LPI also analyses broader organisation capabilities, such as business stability, corporate social responsibility, and people development.
Edmund Monk, CEO of the LPI, explains what this list means for consumers of learning services:
“Prospective and existing customers can be assured that these 30 organisations will provide the highest quality of service and the best user experience. They are trusted business partners, acting always in the best interests of their clients and, as such, fully endorsed by the Learning and Performance Institute.”
Andrew Darwin, Sysdoc Practice Director for Learning Innovation, explains the significance of this achievement:
“To be named as one of the top performing learning providers in the country is an amazing endorsement for our innovative approaches to learning. Our commitment to deliver future ways of working has enabled us to work collaboratively with our customers to create some truly pioneering, technology-enabled learning solutions for our clients. It’s a real honour for Sysdoc to be celebrated as part of this prestigious group of industry professionals.”
To view the Top 30 Highest Performing Learning Providers of 2020, click here. To find out more about Sysdoc’s innovative learning solutions, including the Sysdoc Digital Learning Hub, please contact Andrew Darwin at [email protected]. For NZ and Australia please contact [email protected]
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