Quality assurance initiatives are valuable in three different ways:
For the market, they are a clear sign of quality that works to reassures potential candidates, students and their families. They also indicate that an institution can be trusted and complies with demanding requirements.
For the management of the institution, accreditations encourage senior teams to develop processes and procedures that improve the quality of their work. They also become a differentiating argument in a growing and competitive market.
From a financial perspective, achieving registration with the National Repertoire of Professional Certifications (RNCP) or other special registers for example, is essential for:
Being listed on the CPF;
Obtaining mutualised funding for continuing education programs;
Developing apprenticeship or work release schemes in higher education.
Examples of our areas of expertise:
International accreditations (AACSB, EQUIS, EPAS, AMBA…)
National certifications (National Repertoire of Professional Certifications – RNCP, RS, Visa - undergraduate level, Grade - Masters level, CGE and other special registers…)
Performance management and supervision: selecting and developing KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), development of AOL processes;