All courses offered by Renaissance Self Betterment are accredited. This means that. on successful completion of the course students gain CPD accreditation. But, why is this important? And why should you always choose an accredited course over an unaccredited one?
WHAT IS ACCREDITATION?
If a course is accredited it means that it is registered with a nationally recognised training organisation. This means that the course meets stringent criteria to ensure the quality both of the content and the teaching. It also means that the qualification that you receive at the end is nationally recognised and can support you when applying for positions, whether this is as a professional in your field or as part of community work, volunteering, or supporting a hobby.
RENAISSANCE SELF BETTERMENT ACCREDITATION
Courses offered through Renaissance Self Betterment are CPD Accredited. Students that complete these courses gain CPD accreditation and are credited with 10 hours of CPD. More importantly the cost of the accreditation and the course diploma is included in the course cost. This is unlike many courses where additional payments are required to gain the final certificate and recognition of the CPD hours.
Furthermore, Renaissance Self Betterment students are issued with their diplomas and accreditation the same day that they complete their course. There is no waiting, allowing you to reach out to prospective employers and organisations sooner and improving your chances of being able to progress in your chosen area quicker.
All our courses are fully accredited with the CPD Standards Office. Here's an example of the certificates issued to our students' on completion:
CPD Certificate of Attendance
Evidencing Your Learning
Fully Accredited Diploma Course
Gain CPD / CE Credits
Full Tutor Support 365 Days
Access To Exclusive Community
Resources For Professionals
Compatible With All Devices
PLANNING YOUR ROUTE
Whether you are taking our Renaissance Self Betterment courses for fun, as a hobby, to support your volunteer work, or to further your career, accreditation can help you. Of course, it is easy to see how gaining CPD hours can help if you are already working in a coaching, therapy, or similar role, it might not be as clear how they can help in other roles.
The answer is simply that taking a course that provides CPD credits shows commitment, determination, and desire to learn and succeed. These are qualities that a wide range of organisations and employers look for in their potential team members. These courses also provide you with opportunities to change the direction of your career, to carve out new roles for yourself, and to better understand yourself and therefore develop the self you want to be.
Renaissance Self Betterment students work in a variety of settings and use these courses to further their careers within these settings.
Just a few examples include:
Facilitating art groups in hospitals
Working with ex-offenders
Supporting addiction recovery
Supporting all those with additional needs
Working with dementia patients
Facilitating mental health services