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Leonie is a development economist, social activist and seasoned leader with 25 years operation and project management experience in education, social change and youth development sectors.

Accreditation and organisation development strategy

What does accreditation mean for organisational growth and market development?

Organisations investigating education and training quality council accreditation must carefully assess advantages and disadvantages.

It’s necessary to match qualifications pursued for accreditation to current and potential markets. A detailed market analysis will establish viable options and identify market competition. 

Accredited organisations should experience growth once they have used the status to their advantage. If not, it’s likely they failed to map a sustainable market plan.

Criteria for accreditation is often difficult for those who have no background in education and training design and delivery. Read our advice on best practices below and book Leonie for a consultation if you need more!

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