As an Approved CIPD training provider our service quality is independently and regularly assessed by the CIPD, who have ranked us with an equivalent rating to Ofsted’s outstanding.
“Acacia continues to provide quality tuition across a variety of venues and methods and examination results are high. Student feedback supports the CIPD quality findings and the centre continues to provide high quality CIPD provision. Managers take a keen interest in the running of the centre and drive the maintenance of standards.”
Independent quality feedback report, 2019/20.
All our CIPD training courses are built around world-class content, taught by leading practitioners using the latest learning methodology and tools. These are things we never compromise on.
We don’t just arm our learners with best practice – we give them the skills to forge future best practice and help transform their workplace.
As part of our commitment to delivering a consistently high standard of CIPD qualifications and training we frequently ask our students for their feedback. Here are our results from 779 CIPD level 3, 5 and 7 HR/L&D live online students during June to December 2020.
We asked current learners to rate our tutors, learning resources, and course sessions and delivery too. We are delighted to learn that 97% would recommend us and 98% rated our tutors, support and study resources. 98.5% of students rated our live-learning online sessions as interactive and collaborative in format and 95% rated our delivery options for flexibility and duration. Check out the infographic below too.
“Acacia’s blended learning approach means that you will join a group of fellow learners in small groups and debate things and develop critical thinking together. The work we do in the groups directly feeds into our assignment. I don’t feel alone like I might have done if it was self-directed learning – the blank page syndrome.”
“Acacia were the most helpful CIPD provider I spoke with. I didn’t feel like a number, it felt personal and motivational. That was important for me, I didn’t want bland learning, I wanted to feel like this is worth my time and equally, I didn’t want to feel pushed into it or ‘sold to’.”