Alpha maintains very high training quality & standards, linking training investment with organizational performance and thus guarantees the effectiveness of all training programs.
The International Institute for Standardization has issued the ISO 10015 – Quality of Training standard. The ISO 10015 is a technical standard, and this International Standard provides guidelines to assist organizations and their Employees when addressing issues related to training.
To ensure the highest level of quality to become the key driver for sustained high-level performance, Alpha assures and guarantees the effectiveness of their training programs through implementing ISO 10015 – Quality of Training.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is responsible for the growth and quality of private education in Dubai; supporting schools, universities, parents, students, educators, investors and government partners to create a high quality education sector focused on happiness and wellbeing.
KHDA does this in collaboration with several other government organisations, students, teachers and the private sector. Their research ranges from early school development to adult learning and training to ensure the quality of knowledge being imparted is of the highest standards.
The world’s largest education company, with 40,000 employees in more than 70 countries helping people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives by providing a range of education products and services to institutions, governments and direct to individual learners, that help people everywhere aim higher and fulfill their true potential.
Pearson’s commitment is a holistic approach to education by using research to understand what sort of learning works best, continues by bringing together people and organisations to develop ideas, and it comes back round by measuring the outcomes of delivered products.
The HRD Academy UK (HRDA) is an independent professional organisation focused on furthering excellence in training and development. It provides defined criteria, standards and procedures for evaluation and optimisation of training and development activities.
HRDA is based in England, United Kingdom and has thousands of affiliates and associates in more than 15 countries. The organisation offers networking opportunities through its regional coordinators, provides certification and educational programs, conducts research, spots trends and assists HRD professionals in developing skills and strategies to develop and manage training and development activities.