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Trusted Standard – free lunch & learn webinar

Published : 16/02/24 | Categories: News | Training & events |

This webinar from Trusted Standard – the quality mark for voluntary organisations – will explore the standard and the Information and Advice Quality Framework in Wales.

Trusted Standard, formally known as PQASSO, is a straightforward, user-friendly and comprehensive quality standard intended to help you run your charity, voluntary organisation or social enterprise more effectively and efficiently.


The latest in Trusted Standard’s series of free lunch & learn webinars for the voluntary sector will focus on the Information and Advice Quality Framework (IAQF) in Wales and Trusted Standard.

Any charity or voluntary organisation that receives a Trusted Standard accreditation is publicly recognised by the Welsh Government’s information and advice quality framework.


The event will be run over Zoom – Thursday 7 March 2024, 1-2 pm – and hosted by Elin Tattersall, Trusted Standard Licensed Practitioner, and Michael Bell who heads up the scheme on behalf of the Welsh Government.

The event is targeted at Trustees, Chairs, Chief Executives and Managers responsible for information security. During the session you will have the opportunity to ask questions of both Elin and Michael.

Book your place for free.


Trusted Standard is approved under the Welsh Government’s Information and Advice Quality Framework (IAQF) as it mirrors many of the requirements. The IAQF has been developed in recognition of the important role that information and advice services should play in supporting the delivery of two Welsh Government strategic goals:

  • Tackling poverty and promoting financial inclusion
  • Promoting equality and building cohesive communities

Trusted Standard Accreditation is recognised by the Welsh Governments IAQF framework providing additional recognition and supporting the tendering for services.


Trusted Standard:

  • is competitively priced and widely recognised across the UK
  • accreditation provides public recognition that your organisation meets the requirements of the Welsh Government’s IAQF
  • helps identify and share best practice to create a prosperous, resilient and more equal Wales
  • supports the public in identifying providers of choices
  • supports continuous improvement in your organisation
  • can be assessed in the Welsh Language

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