EFMD Corporate Learning Improvement Process
The leading international system of quality assessment,
improvement and accreditation of corporate learning functions
CLIP ACCREDITED CORPORATE LEARNING FUNCTIONS INCLUDE
The process raises the level of confidence of top management in the effectiveness of its own learning function and in its own commitment to learning. The staff also gains awareness of a quality learning environment.
The CLIP label elevates the employer brand, signaling to potential future employees an environment that realizes their potential.
Thanks to CLIP, all stakeholders engage in a strategic dialog about the role of the learning function, its current standing and future development.
Being accredited makes you part of a vibrant community of learning and talent development leaders eager to share and push the boundaries of the profession.
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The CLIP system is based upon a conceptual framework of quality criteria which are reviewed continuously by the CLIP Steering Committee.
The CLIP evaluation takes a broad view of Corporate Learning & Development and covers both, the professionalism applied in all learning and development processes and practices, as well as their grounding in business and organisational reality and their link to the company's strategic and transformation agenda.
The 15 standards in the CLIP assessment scheme have been grouped into five thematic chapters. There are three associated standards within each of these chapters. Each standard is supported by four criteria items.
This chapter looks at the mission of the CLF, its governance, and how its strategic agenda is continuously aligned with the corporate strategy. It comprises the positioning of the function within the corporation, its internal structure, interfaces and the resources allocated to it.
This chapter focuses on how the CLF defines, understands and engages its target markets.
This chapter explores the CLF’s offer: its portfolio, design, construction and deployment.
This chapter looks at the CLF’s operational model and the resources it leverages to deliver its offer.
This chapter looks at how the CLF monitors and follows up on the impact it has within the organisation, its stakeholder network, as well as the wider environmental and societal context.