What is Accreditation?

Accreditation is a unified frame of reference that contains a set of pre-defined integrated components and elements (international measurement standards) for comparison with the observed performance of training providers. Accreditation starts from examining and evaluating program procedures, curricula, and services applied by training providers to compare them with the terms and provisions of accreditation standards and verify their conformity to ensure effective performance. Suppose that training providers have the ability and the optimum limit to apply quality conditions and standards. In this case, we can grant them approval to be accredited to carry out their duties and activities.

Types of Accreditation

Institutional Accreditation

Institutional accreditation for training providers encompasses the meeting of the optimal standards, indicators, and the proof of the legal and administrative form. That includes a complete inspection of the Licenses, management, employees, facilities, and services for the trainees to measure the effectiveness of the center in achieving the goals with the required quality.

Program Accreditation

Program Accreditation ensures that the program's quality is assured and their compliance with the specified international standards by examining, reviewing, and evaluating the program and its design, organization, and validity techniques to match the awarded certificate.

Professional Accreditation

Professional Accreditation deals with the quality and eligibility of a person’s responsibility for running training institutions and aims to exercise commitment in implementing legal regulations, rules, and protocols to preserve the ethical and professional business.

Accreditation objectives

  • Accreditation gives training providers a distinct identity, stature, and reputation that guarantees the agreed level of quality.
  • Accreditation unifies systems and programs for training providers and maintains their quality and continuous development.
  • Accreditation ensures a balance between the independence of training providers and serving the interests of society.
  • Accreditation is a prerequisite in many cases to the practice of training and learning.
  • Students join a training provider accredited by a global accreditation body to be confident that training is on the right path to achieve their goals effectively.
  • Accreditation supports credibility, ensures accountability, and maintains training results within established standards.
  • Accreditation supports certificates issued to graduates to be acceptable for employment and promotion.
  • Accreditation takes care of all aspects and components such as building equipment, training methodology, quality of performance, etc.
  • Accreditation stimulates continuous self-evaluation to improve and develop quality, and repair weaknesses.