Nomad Foods Europe Accredited by the LPI

London (UK), August 2017 - The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) has granted Learning Department accreditation to Nomad Foods Europe for its demonstrated commitment to excellence. The LPI is a leading accreditation and membership body for the workplace-learning sector.

LPI accreditation is a globally recognised independent endorsement of a company's efficacy and value-add to the organisation and its ongoing commitment to high quality and process improvement of learning development and training services to internal clients. The accreditation programme employs a highly robust framework developed over many years by learning experts and validated by data from thousands of organisations to measure, benchmark, and improve learning capabilities.

Assessors were impressed by Nomad Foods Europe's approach to learning and development, their programme of activities, and their ambition to continually improve opportunities for their 2000 professional employees across the UK, Ireland, Europe, and the Nordics to grow.

Brian Murray, Group HR Director at Nomad Foods Europe commented, "At Nomad Foods Europe, great people make the difference. We are delighted to be accredited by the Learning and Performance Institute, which demonstrates our commitment to the learning and development of our people within the organisation. We plan to use the recommendations from the accreditation to ensure our employees continue to have access to best-practice learning and development."

Commenting on the accreditation, Edmund Monk, CEO, LPI, said, "Attaining accreditation is not easy; the standards are extremely high. Nomad Foods Europe has not only met these standards but has also shown a clear commitment to improvement. They are a perfect example of the modern learning department - delivering high-quality learning services to employees who seek to develop themselves as professionals and are passionate about contributing overall value to the organisation. I am proud of the team's accomplishments and look forward to seeing them grow in stature over the coming years."