WASHINGTON, May 01, 2014 – World Certification Institute has announced that it is inviting eligible candidates worldwide for appointment as Councilors for the term 2014/16.
The Council comprises outstanding leaders, thinkers and professionals worldwide that represent the diverse occupational fields, disciplines and areas of expertise. The role of the Council is mainly advisory to the Board.
The current Chair of Board is Professor Philip Poh, who has served on the Council since 2003. All councilors are scrutinized for selection and appointment to the Council. Appointment to the Council is recognition of the leadership and professional expertise of councilors.
If you hold leadership positions in business, academia, government, or research organization, please contact us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on who is in the Council, click on the link http://worldcertification.org/the-council.
World Certification Institute (WCI) is a global certifying body
that grants credential awards to individuals, as well as
accredits courses of organizations.
WCI attracts a global membership representing competent professionals and practitioners from diverse occupational backgrounds and cross-functional disciplines. Members are obligated to abide by a Code of Ethical Practices as a demonstration of professional integrity. The credential award creates a career pathway for members to move from entry-level occupational competence to the highest level of occupational mastery.
WCI grants 6 types of certification awards to individuals that meet the criteria to receive these awards. There are 3 main categories of world credentials for 6 types of WCI certification awards.
Tier 1 category refers to a Competent Level that comprises the certification awards of World Accredited Practitioner (WAP) and World Certified Professional (WCP).
Tier 2 category refers to an Expert Level that comprises the certification awards of World Accredited Expert Practitioner (WAEP) and World Certified Specialist Professional (WCSP).
Tier 3 category refers to a Leadership Level that comprises the certification awards of World Accredited Lead Practitioner (WALP) and World Certified Master Professional (WCMP).
WCI assesses and examines the level of career skills, competencies and professional practices and determines the classification of the world credentials in specialized occupational fields. Successful applicants are admitted into a World Register listing of certified professionals or accredited practitioners.
WCI accredits courses that are designed, developed and conducted by external organizations, such as colleges, schools, training companies, professional institutions, and universities.
The Accreditation Process involves assessing the Course Title and Duration, and their relevance to occupational and career development. Assessment also includes the integrity of the Course Provider, the competence of the Trainers and Lecturers, as well as the Assessment Methodology.
An organization that has its course accredited can print on its award certificate with the words “Accredited by World Certification Institute”, alongside WCI logo. Accreditation fee is only payable upon successful accreditation of a course.
Organizations applying for accreditation of their courses by WCI are required to furnish their information in a prescribed form W3. For more information on Accreditation, click on the link below: http://worldcertification.org/accreditation-of-courses.
ABOUT WORLD CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE (WCI)
World Certification Institute (WCI) is a global certifying body that grants credential awards to individuals as well as accredits courses of organizations. The global organization was formed at the start of the new millennium and was first registered in the United States in 2003. Today, its professional activities are coordinated through Authorized Centers in America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa. WCI is the leading global body to recognize cross-national skills; competencies; and professional practices, which are indicative of occupational capability and derived from internationally accepted best practices. WCI provides a structured assessment system to assess and certify globally accepted experiential work practices, skills, competencies and professional management.
For more information about the world body, please visit website at http://worldcertification.org.
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