Premier New Schools | The world’s most respected quality management classification received, in record time


The world’s most respected quality management classification received, in record time

16 May 2017, by PNS Media in Academy Conversion, Academy Sponsorship, Careers, Due Diligence, Education News, Free Schools, General, Latest News, Nurseries, School Improvement, Training

We are proud to announce that Premier Advisory Group, the parent company of Premier New Schools and Premier Early Years, has been certified to ISO Standard 9001:2015 for the provision of management consultancy.

This is the world’s most respected quality management classification and is designed to hold companies to a level of standards that enhance customer satisfaction. It also provides verification that the services provided will consistently meet regulatory requirements. The process from the initial review of existing systems and procedures to accreditation can take several weeks but, as our systems and processes already met the rigorous requirements of the Standard at the initial review visit, Premier Advisory Group was awarded this prestigious certification within just one week of the visit!

Tom Legge, Founding Director of Premier Advisory Group said, “Our core objective has always been continual improvement, ensuring that we remain at the forefront of the delivery of high-quality support to schools, academies, early years providers and Trusts to meet the challenges of a changing education landscape.

“Meeting the extensive criteria for these latest standards formally recognises our ongoing commitment to continual measurement, evaluation and strengthening of our processes in order to consistently provide our customers with the highest quality service from quotation to delivery, that meets their specific requirements and adds value at every turn.”

Read more about Premier New Schools’ work with schools, academies and Trusts at all stages of their journey.

Visit the Premier Early Years website to see how we help early years providers, primary, secondary and special schools – including free schools and academies – to establish or extend their provision as well as advise and inform employers on workplace, daycare and childcare related benefits.


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