In light of the current technological and scientific revolution, choosing a suitable trainer or instructor now requires difficult and sometimes complicated criteria; He/she is one of the main pillars of quality Vocational education and training program. Any instructor or trainer should have real qualifications and knowledge to select modern academic subjects. Moreover, He/she should have experience in technologies and means of communication for their significant impact in facilitating the transfer of information to students and creating positive change.


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Accreditation Approach

We developed professional accreditation programs for Instructors and trainers in scientific and practical ways and with a unique, transparent methodology that can be evaluated and formed, and prepared under international standards.

  • Academic qualifications

The academic qualifications are examined and conditional on minimum acceptance of the first university degree.

  • Professional qualifications

Evaluate the candidate’s professional qualifications and ensure that he meets all requirements for train the trainer’s programs or diploma in teaching or training, and professional development

  • Practical experiences

Evaluate the candidate’s practical experiences and practices in the fields of education or training to measure the level of performance and determine the grade

  • Knowledge and skills

Knowledge and skills are essential requirements for acceptance and Accreditation for candidates. They demonstrate competence and achieve the required professional growth, for example, participation in conferences, forums, undertaking initiatives, and formulating research.

Accreditation Benefits

  • Accreditation is a real indicator of achieving optimal standards and requirements for quality in training and learning.
  • Accreditation shows the extent of commitment and excellence, which creates opportunities for cooperation and participation with peers.
  • Accreditation increases the level of confidence of the community, institutions, and trainees in the certified trainers.
  • Accreditation enhances professional, administrative, business, and personal value.
  • Accreditation gives an official certificate confirming international recognition and additions to the official website of the institute.
  • Accreditation puts certified trainers at the forefront of the competition by providing high-quality training solutions.
  • Accreditation helps in promoting and marketing training and learning services and attracts many clients and trainees.
  • Accreditation allows trainees to apply for certificates after successfully passing the programs.
  • Accreditation helps to explore new markets and cultures and qualifies trainers to enter international tenders and programs.
  • Accreditation leads to updating trainers’ knowledge and skills to keep pace with the professional levels that guarantee their success.
  • Accreditation increases the demand for coaches, achieves their professional goals, and increases their income.
  • The Accreditation allows the digital badge to be used on personal files and social media to give a professional impression.

Accreditation Objectives

  • Accreditation gives instructors a distinct identity, status, and reputation that guarantee the agreed level of quality
  • Accreditation unifies systems and training of trainers programs and maintains their quality and continuous development
  • Accreditation is a prerequisite in many cases for the exercise of training and learning functions
  • Students join the certified trainer in their confidence that the training is moving in the right direction to achieve their goals
  • 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
  • It stimulates reliance on continuous self-evaluation to improve and develop quality, support strengths and fix weaknesses
  • Accreditation ensures that instructors meet optimal quality standards and requirements
  • Certification is a prerequisite for trainers in many cases to practice education and training field

Accreditation Standard

Accreditation Standard

Applying accreditation standards for trainers under international standards is essential for developing the learning and training process, improving its performance, and ensuring its quality. Adhering to accreditation standards is the precise compass to determine the direction for developing performance and skills. It plays a vital role in developing training and learning programs as an urgent need to direct change and improvement.

The process of examining and evaluating trainers and teachers takes place within a precise mechanism that can be measured, analyzed, and interpreted to determine the value of the evaluation to diagnose it, reinforce the positives, reduce negatives, and direct towards healthy learning and training to support and upgrade training programs, raise their efficiency, increase their quality and improve their performance.

Trainers accreditation standards

An adequate system has been designed to check, evaluate and accredit members and trainers in various specializations, as they always strive to obtain the best international Accreditation, and they must meet all the conditions for recognition and approval of their Accreditation as a member or trainer, which aims to secure a safe, healthy and effective training environment that helps achieve quality and goals.


1.   Trainer Competence and Qualifications


  • Trainers should be motivated, possessed of knowledge and skills, and attractive to individuals to facilitate the learning process and engage learners.
  • They must demonstrate a high level of competence, technical knowledge, and relevant work experience.
  • Trainers must have up-to-date educational knowledge and at least five years of experience in professional positions related to the program they offer.
  • Trainers must have full proven qualifications and knowledge that allow them to provide the training program.
  • Trainers’ profiles must meet international training standards (such as knowledge of teaching techniques, classroom management, and trainee achievement development)
  • Trainers should have a planned and structured approach to teaching and supporting learners, and they must follow personal and professional standards of behavior.


To verify that the training provider is following standards, may be required to submit some of the following document:


  • The coach’s CVs and professional files, which include evidence of experience, credentials, and qualifications.
  • Proven experience in terms of trainer qualifications for the training programs they work on.
  • Ongoing professional development activities and experiences of the trainer.
  • Training notes and lesson plans.
  • Competency standards and protocols for selecting them as trainers and monitoring their performance.
  • Trainee notes.
  • Methods of evaluation that have been adopted by


2.   Professional training and learning

  • The learning and training methodology must be formulated in an interactive manner that involves trainees.
  • Learning outcomes must be defined, and learners communicated.
  • Outline plans to secure practical training and the means used to transfer information and skills
  • The evaluation methods leading to the continuous development of capabilities and skills must be modernized
  • Training content and activities must be linked with training objectives and final results.
  • Learning and training must be applied in an easy way that can be measured and evaluated and within a certain period of time to be completed
  • Training materials and curricula must be aligned with the most modern and innovative learning standards related to the subjects taught.
  • The course should be designed and matched with learners’ capabilities and learning preferences and can be modified to suit individual learners’ needs.
  • Trainers must have sufficient knowledge, experience and competence to enhance their areas of training.


To verify a trainer is following standards, they may be required to present some of the following:

  • Course overview, curriculum, and objectives.
  • Course output plan and duration.
  • Program units.
  • Program materials.
  • Defining key performance indicators (KPIs) for the trainees.
  • Reports of training and class attendance.
  • Trainees’ feedback forms and results analysis tools.


3.   Quality Assurance

  • Maintaining and using the most recent training presentation materials.
  • Facilitated learning and development of tools and resources for trainees.
  • Use of various appropriate educational methods to motivate trainees to participate
  • Distributing roles to enhance confidence, increase new knowledge, and raise the level of skills and experience
  • And pushing students to discover, analyze and creatively interact to enrich the training process.
  • Diversification of continuous evaluation strategies is the responsibility of the trainer in designing tools to assess student learning and to consider feasible alternatives for re-evaluation during the course period
  • An appropriate learning and development environment that enables students / trainees to acquire and assimilate the knowledge presented.
  • Skilled and motivated assistants who support trainees and help them gain the necessary knowledge.
  • Effective administrative teams to assist and support trainees.
  • Policies and procedures in place to support a high standard.
  • Regular hygiene, safety and security checks to protect trainees, employees and visitors.


To verify that the trainer is following the accreditation standards, they may be required to provide the following documents:

  • Training curriculum and other materials that your training center uses regularly.
  • Summary of training support regulations.
  • Proof of the criteria for the chosen training location.
  • The processes and procedures used to provide training.
  • An organizational chart that includes employee roles, the team responsible for handing over and designing the session, and day-to-day operations.
  • Health and safety reports.
  • Curriculum delivery plans.


4.   Evaluation

The evaluation process is applied to validate the training courses and is vital for maintaining and enhancing the learning cycle and ensuring optimum quality and standards for the trainees.

  • Vital enrollment assessments to ensure that learners meet the registration requirements for your training programs.
  • The process of evaluating training objectives to determine whether the program meets its objectives.
  • Request, monitor and respond to feedback from registered organizations and trainees.
  • A clear process that ensures consistency in achieving training outcomes.
  • Regular monitoring and follow-up of individual trainees.


To verify that your training center is following accreditation standards, you may be required to submit the following documents:

  • Individuals trainee progress data and charts.
  • Success evaluations and achievement statements.
  • Satisfaction ratings and reviews.
  • Progress and achievement data.
  • We standardized data collection.
  • Surveys and analysis of the acquired results


5.   Standards of personal and professional behavior

  • The following personal characteristics should distinguish the trainer: values, principles, justice, self-confidence, humility, patience, wisdom, good looks, good example, initiative, creativity, cooperation, raising morale, justice, and emotional sympathy, achieving an atmosphere of confidence.
  • The coach must not engage in any professional behavior that involves dishonesty, fraud, deception, or committing any act that prevents you.

Certification Procedures

1.   Submit the initial application

Once the trainer has chosen the accreditation program, the attached application must be filled out, answered accurately, and sent to us, followed by a list of required documents and documents that our team uses to verify the application.

2.   Review the application and documents

Within five working days after submitting your application and all supporting documents, our team will contact you to clarify your accreditation request.

3.   Evaluation Committee

The competent committee evaluates the trainer’s documents to assess the accreditation application’s compliance with our standards. The committee submits a report indicating approval or disapproval, and therefore an official letter is sent to the trainers explaining the committee’s report.

4.   Approval and Award

After the committee’s approval, a formal acceptance letter is sent to the trainer, after which he pays the prescribed fees, followed by the to issue the certificate and send it to the instructor. Accordingly, the accreditation certificate is enrollment on the official website as an accredited trainer.

5.   Auditing

An accredited trainer adheres to our standards and procedures to ensure consistency of accreditation status. We will conduct anonymous checks on the certified trainer to verify that they apply the best training and development practices to maintain the accreditation status granted by us.

6.   Re-accreditation

After the accreditation period (five years) expires, the trainer receives a note to renew the Accreditation, along with a request to fill out a form confirming the maintenance of the standards recognized by us.