ENGIE University re-accredited by CLIP for five years

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We are pleased to announce that ENGIE University has completed the EFMD Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP) and received CLIP re-accreditation for five years.

CLIP is a premier quality management tool for corporate learning. It benchmarks a learning function against international standards of strategic positioning, target market, learning offer, operational model and impact with a focus on digital, agile and international aspects.

“We are delighted that ENGIE University has once again achieved CLIP re-accreditation, a testament to its unwavering commitment to excellence in learning and development,” said Martin Moehrle, Director of Corporate Services and CLIP at EFMD Global. “Its approach to co-creation and its U Camp large group interventions are highly impressive. We are looking forward to a continued collaboration in our CLIP community.”

ENGIE University

ENGIE University aims to create the best possible learning environment to foster the transformation of ENGIE. Its mission is to use its extensive expertise of learning to anticipate skills demand in order to support ENGIE and its competitiveness, while helping the managers to develop their potential as well as their employability. It’s a place for managers to learn, network, grow, discover one’s potential, get inspired, and deepen one’s knowledge about ENGIE and its culture.

“We are proud that ENGIE University has received the renewal of its CLIP accreditation by EFMD Global,” said Marie Deschamps, Head of Learning, Skills and ENGIE University. “This renewal underscores our organisation’s excellence in providing a high-impact learning experience, as well as the authenticity and relevance of our programs, thanks to their creation with our internal partners. The CLIP approach is a unique opportunity to identify not only our strengths but also our areas for development. As such, our efforts in favour of digital tools will be extended and reinforced to encourage a blended approach and the use of AI in our learning practice.”

The Group’s net-zero carbon strategy and ambition are at the heart of ENGIE University’s activities and operations. Along with the Procurement Department, ENGIE University is committed, with its suppliers and stakeholders, to a sustainable business. It shares the Group’s values of diversity and inclusion, and, among other measures, ENGIE University takes heed of people with disabilities to animate and achieve the objectives of support in the best conditions.

About CLIP

The Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP) is a quality assessment scheme for corporate learning organisations based on a guided self-assessment and in-depth peer feedback. It is the leading international system of quality improvement and accreditation for corporate learning functions.

The CLIP framework takes a broad view of corporate learning and development, including all relevant stakeholders of the learning function, covering the professionalism applied in all learning and development processes, their grounding in business and organisational reality, and their link to the company’s strategic and transformation agenda. The benefits of CLIP include internal and external recognition, strategic development, and membership in a vibrant community of learning and talent development leaders.

CLIP accredited organisations include AIA Leadership CenterArcelorMittalBI InstituteBNI Corporate UniversityBRI Corporate UniversityEDF GroupEDP – Energy of PortugalENGIEFaurecia University, FORVIA University, Grupo Santander,  L’Oréal Group, MazarsMetro AGMandiri UniversityMLP Finanzberatung SENaturgy, Pertamina Corporate UniversityPSA GroupSaint-Gobain and Siemens AG.

Read more about CLIP in the Global Focus article “Inspiring Corporate Learning.” Detailed information on the CLIP process, can be found on our website.

To learn more about ENGIE University, you can visit its website

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