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The Institute of Wellbeing chose City & Guilds to support us in gaining accreditation for our eLearning programme ‘Improving Wellbeing & Inclusion in Early Years’ because we recognised the value of aligning with a reputable and influential worldwide brand in skills development. Accreditation has helped us to develop a credible skills development programme with robust quality assurance processes. City & Guilds renowned accreditation means we can confidently provide ‘added’ assurance and ‘substantial value’ to our partners, customers and investors seeking a high quality product and business opportunities.

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