Lepaya receives the NRTO quality mark
Amsterdam, January 26, 2021 – Lepaya, provider of online and offline power skills training for fast-growing tech companies, today announced that it has received the NRTO quality mark. The NRTO quality mark is an independent recognition for quality and professionalism in the private training market, issued by the trade association Dutch Council for Training and Education (NRTO).
“Lepaya is unique in its kind because we make companies measurably more productive. We do this by providing the right training at the right time. Ensuring the right quality is naturally of greatest importance. We are, therefore, proud that NRTO also considers our training courses to be customer-friendly, professional and impactful. This enables us, as a challenger to traditional training institutes, to qualitatively anticipate the growing demand of organisations for future-proof skills”says René Janssen, founder of Lepaya.
The NRTO quality mark serves as a sign of quality and professionalism in the training market. Following an audit, an independent, external certifying institution determined that Lepaya meets the quality requirements of the NRTO quality mark. This allows Lepaya to demonstrate that the company meets high standards for transparency about products and services, adequate service provision, professional dealings with customers and the expertise of its staff.
For more information, contact:
René Janssen | Founder & Managing Director of Lepaya
firstname.lastname@example.org | +31 (0)6 306 42 695
Lepaya provides power skills training that combines online and offline learning. Founded in 2018 by René Janssen and Peter Kuperus who believe that the right training, at the right time aimed at the right skill, makes organizations more productive. Lepaya has already trained thousands of employees.
As a challenger in an overcrowded training market, Lepaya responds to the needs of Europe’s fastest-growing tech companies, such as Mollie, Takeaway, and Picnic. By combining hard skills with soft skills, offered together as power skills, the Amsterdam company is growing faster in a market in which the demand for further education and training continues to increase throughout the world.
In 2020, Lepaya closed a €5M funding round and independently acquired Smartenup, a training company that supports professionals to work better, faster, and smarter with data. Lepaya focuses on the Dutch, Belgian, German, and Swedish markets and serves its customers worldwide.
More information about Lepaya: www.lepaya.com