Start a BCI Corporate Learning Center in your Organization

Another great alternative for getting your people internationally certified is to become a licensed BCI Corporate Learning Partner (CLP) and start a BCI Corporate Learning Center in your own company premises, and then you can even have the entire certification management mechanism installed right within your premises, – including the robust BCI CREDENT‌™ assessment system.

In fact, if your organization is transnational with multiple delivery centers and facilities, BCI even considers permitting co-branded certifications dedicated to your employees. One of the many obvious benefits of this BCI facility is having a “captive” breeding center of certified talents and you can expand, diversify, add verticals etc., much more successfully. In 2013, BCI introduced a special CLP program for BPO companies in the Impact Sourcing Network. This program envisages enabling small- and mid-sized BPO outfits with capacities between 100-500 seats with their own affordable system of maintaining a worldclass workforce. Getting more business from Impact Sourcing aggregators becomes easier for member BPO companies if they can assure of high service delivery quality and delivery & business continuity – both inextricably linked to certified and trained workforce.

In many geographies, specialized teams are even extending Trainer Breeding assistance to Corporate Learning Partners. Since from October 2013, BCI is a member of the CredForce Group, the partner appointment process for many geographies will be handled by their the highly expert shared services teams in capacity building.

The Corporate Learning Partner Program was launched in mid 2012, and some of the world’s best-known organizations are in advanced stages of establishing the BCI Corporate Learning Center in their organizations.

To know more about the BCI Corporate Partner program, please click here.

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