Accreditation for Training Agencies
Being accredited requires educational institutions to demonstrate that they are competent, that their instructors are qualified, and that the curriculum meets nationally recognized standards.
The accreditation process includes the evaluation of the institutional structure, facilities, personnel, curriculum, product development and management of educational institutions.
EAF provides accreditation to organizations related to professional development training programs. EAF accreditation meets the criteria for organizations that provide Workforce Qualification Programs.
Advantages of EAF Accreditation for Training Agencies
- The EAF aims to enable the organization to develop itself to meet the needs of the industry, regulators and consumers of the trainees of accredited training programs.
- EAF enables educational programs to professionalize themselves in the academic field.
- EAF provides confirmation that agencies are competent, that their instructors are qualified, and that the syllabus meets nationally recognized standards.
- EAF provides special attention to the individual needs of educational institutions for building business, building contractors and building regulators.