Many clients wish for their investigative training to benefit from formal accreditation. Sancus are a SFJ Awards Approved Centre and have therefore undergone a stringent process to ensure that the accredited investigative training we offer adheres to recognised quality assurance standards.
The Accrediting Learning Professionally (ALP) service recognises, quality assures and certificates learning programmes and has been designed to accredit individuals who have completed the structured learning and demonstrated achievement of specific learning outcomes.
By working with the SFJ Awards ALP scheme via Sancus, organisations can develop and implement learning programmes that adhere to a recognised quality assurance process. This results in a quality tailored investigative training programme as well as providing increased confidence in the learning programme and ensuring learners have the right skills to do their jobs with proficiency. Students who successfully undertake an accredited programme will have the confidence that they have achieved a valuable qualification which meets nationally recognised standards and may be capable of contributing credits to other qualifications.
As well as accrediting a number of Sancus in house investigative training products we have worked with blue chip clients to design bespoke qualifications recognising that each company will have individual requirements.
Sancus, via, SFJ Awards can also design and deliver investigative training which would be part of the national and regulated Qualifications and Credit Framework.
We have compiled a post on the pros and cons to help you understand whether accredited training is right for you?
To discuss your accreditation requirements please contact Sancus and one of our directors will be in touch.