I am trying to decide whether the CIPD Foundation for Learning & Development is applicable to my role. I am not in HR at all. I am a client trainer, training clients on our software programs. I am deciding on a qualification. I train both internally and externally on 6 different products. I have also be offered a NVQ Level 4 in the Coordination of Learning and Development qualification to complete instead. I am trying to decide which is the most beneficial to me. Do Employers see the CIPD with higher regard than the NVQ? I would appreciate some advise on this please? Which one would be more applicable and more beneficial to me in the long run in terms of career progression?
Differences between Learning and Development qualifications for trainers - Forum
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