VBC’s Accreditation Services
VBC’s Accreditation provides the means for assessing the technical competence and integrity of organizations offering specific services.
Accreditation therefore functions as a form of quality assurance for customers looking to make use of an organization's services.
VBC is known for accrediting training organizations
that deliver professional training and certificates .
VBC has continually developed and adapted its accreditation processes with three clear objectives:
- To ensure the market has absolute
confidence in the services provided by
our accredited organizations
-To Distinguish from market sector
- To help our accredited organizations
develop and extend the market for
- To ensure that, while our accreditation processes remain rigorous and demand a high standard, we do not place unnecessary burdens on those we accredit.
Organizations that have been accredited by VBC will naturally have an edge over their competitors - having been recognized for competence, integrity and quality of services delivered.
The VBC Certification Service work with organisations ranging from small consultancy firms to large training providers, multi-national corporations, conference & events organisers . Organisations become VBC members in order to:
• Meet the right target audience
• Present knowledge as industry experts
• Provide structured accredited VBC
• Increase delegate bookings for events
VBC provides several accreditation services:
Training Accreditation: We accredit training organizations, trainers and course materials.
Consulting Accreditation: We accredit consulting organizations and individual consultants, who can then offer a variety of services to clients, including
The VBC Accreditation Service helps organisations formalise knowledge into a structured and recognised approach to meet those expectations.
This means that your formally certified VBC materials are more likely to become accepted and welcomed by your audiences.
Organization's that display the VBC-accredited badge inspire confidence in prospective candidates that they are in expert hands.
There is an increasing expectation for professionals to undertake Continuing Professional Development regardless of industry sector, career level, job role and responsibilities.