Standardizing education to align curriculum with industry careers.
Accreditation is the process of publicly recognizing a school, institute, college, university or specialized program of study for having met certain established qualifications or standards.
Accreditation can help industry mitigate risks when addressing training requirements. Although accreditation can’t guarantee training outcomes, it can serve as a signal for quality when making decisions over which courses, programs and providers to engage.
Developing an accreditation program for education and training has been a top priority of FPSC for a number of years. A feasibility study, completed by the organization, explored the benefits of standardizing education and training for the industry.