The American National Standard Institute (ANSI)

ANSI facilitates the development of American National Standards (ANS) by accrediting the procedures of standards developing organizations (SDOs) and approving their documents as American National Standards (ANS). This process serves and protects the public interest since standards developers accredited by ANSI – and the ANS they develop – must meet the Institute’s requirements for openness, balance, consensus, and due process and adhere to ANSI’s neutral oversight, assuring that all interested parties have an opportunity to participate in a standard’s development.

The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) developed the original Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and today ensures that providers of continuing education and training can prove they provide high-quality instruction by following the ANSI/IACET 2018-1 Standard for Continuing Education and Training through a rigorous accreditation process.

The International Association of Six Sigma Certification (IASSC)

Professional Lean Six Sigma Credentialing. IASSC provides an unbiased independent third-party validation of Lean Six Sigma knowledge through our globally recognized Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Green Belt and Yellow Belt Certifications. Students must sit for and pay for IASSC exams separately.  The IASSC exams are scheduled directly through IASSC.  Lean Methods Group’s Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge (BOK) can prepare students for the IASSC exams.  Lean Methods Group’s exams are included in all courses.

The Skills, Education and Training Authority of South Africa (SETA)

There are millions of people who need to learn new skills. Some are already in jobs who need to improve their skills and to learn new ones. Each year there are thousands of young people who finish their education and are looking for jobs. More than 50% of Grade 12 learners leave school without basic skills to seek work. They need skills and training. There are nearly 4.3 million people who are unemployed. Most of them have few skills and little training. There is an estimated figure of between 6,000 and 7,000 unemployed graduates. There are those who want to run their own businesses; people with disabilities, and those whose current skills provide them with barely enough money to survive. All need and can benefit from skills development.

Rollins College, Graduate School of Business

Monterey Tec University, School of Engineering

Hundreds of Global Corporations