Caveo Learning Consultants First to Earn TDRp Certification
Caveo Learning announces that four of its consultants have earned Talent Development Reporting principles (TDRp) consultant certification from the nonprofit Center for Talent Reporting.
TDRp is an industry-led initiative to bring standards and business discipline to the HR and learning functions, in an effort to align talent development initiatives to organizational objectives and deliver greater value. TDRp provides industry standard measures and reports that enable upfront planning, backend performance measurement, and continuous improvement.
In granting TDRp certification to four Caveo consultants, the Center for Talent Reporting affirms their ability to deliver high-quality talent metrics and measurement strategy, and to implement services consistent with talent development reporting best practices. While the nonprofit industry organization has previously certified internal practitioners, this is the first time that consultants have been certified to implement TDRp with third-party companies.
“TDRp certification is a very rigorous process, and achievement of certification is a significant accomplishment,” says David Vance, executive director of the Center for Talent Reporting. “Caveo is the first consultancy firm to earn certification for its consultants by implementing TDRp in a client organization, which reflects its commitment to building maturity in TDRp processes with its clients.”
“Caveo’s mission has always been to deliver learning solutions from a business perspective and to elevate the learning function to be a valued core component of an organization’s strategic planning team,” says Jeff Carpenter, who founded Caveo in 2004 and was also among those who earned the TDRp certification. “That business-centered approach is Caveo’s key differentiator, and it’s now profoundly accentuated by TDRp certification. There are other learning consultancies out there, but Caveo is the only one helping learning leaders deliver real, provable business value to their organizations.”