Nord Anglia Education today announced that it has been awarded formal accreditation for the third year running by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) for the quality of its professional development programme on Nord Anglia University, its leading education technology platform.
As a part of Nord Anglia’s education technology strategy, Nord Anglia University contains thousands of resources and learning opportunities designed to support the professional development of both teachers and non-teaching colleagues, and connect them with 14,000 peers across Nord Anglia’s global family of schools. As well as using AI to personalise each user’s learning experience, the online platform encourages collaboration and the sharing of best practice in teaching, wellbeing and career management.
The LPI commended Nord Anglia as an organisation that ‘continually learns and improves’ and praised its commitment to innovation to support teachers’, colleagues’, and students’ learning and development during the Covid-19 pandemic. The LPI also acknowledged Nord Anglia’s approach to learning and development as a ‘winning formula’ with its ‘culture of quality focus, continuous improvement and shared responsibility’.
In awarding the accreditation, LPI noted how Nord Anglia Education:
The LPI accreditation reflects NAE’s commitment to professional development excellence and delivering opportunities that encourage its colleagues in 31 countries around the world to grow as professionals and continually learn and develop new skills.
Dr Elise Ecoff, Group Education Director, Nord Anglia Education, said: “We’re proud that for the third year running we’ve achieved recognition from the LPI, the world-leading authority on workplace learning. It’s a reflection of our commitment to providing our colleagues with outstanding opportunities to learn and grow so that, like our students, they’re able to achieve more than they ever imagined possible.”