Based on our 10 Standards of Performance Improvement and a rigorous code of ethics, our accreditation process gives your organization an objective and quantifiable means of proving the quality and effectiveness of its products, programs, and services. Accreditation creates positive association with our respected name, demonstrates awareness and acknowledgment of your commitment to performance, and provides you with constructive, actionable feedback through the review process.
Organizations may seek accreditation of:
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- Departments or functions charged with improving performance of employees, suppliers, after-market partners, customers, and other stakeholders
- Programs designed to improve or build capacity and capability
- College or university educational programs in performance improvement, training, and human resources
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What May Be Accredited?
Organizations may seek accreditation for the following:
Departments or functions within organizations whose charge includes improving the performance of employees, suppliers, after-market partners, customers, and other stakeholders.
Programs designed to improve or build capacity and capability.
Compliance-driven courses or series of courses that demonstrate compliance with regulations set by regulatory bodies. Such courses measure the acquisition of knowledge and skills. They may measure the degree behaviors on the job are in compliance upon completion of the course and the degree participation and completions correlate with business goals/metrics.
College or university educational programs in performance improvement, training, and human resources.
Vendor performance improvement programs, including training.
Benefits of Accreditation
Those who seek accreditation can enjoy a number of benefits from an independent, unbiased review including the following:
Positive association with ISPI, a trusted leader in performance improvement and workplace productivity since 1962.
Becoming known for your organization's dedication to proven methods and ethical practices.
Acknowledgement by peers and/or experts of the quality and effectiveness of an organization, department, program, or course.
Constructive and actionable feedback inherent in the accreditation review process.
Independent confirmation that an organization, department, program or course meets professional standards.
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If you have any questions, please contact ISPI at 1.301.587.8570 or firstname.lastname@example.org