Training Accreditation

Types of Training Accreditation
The AIOBP system of training accreditation applies to the following:

  • Accreditation of organizations or institutions for credentialing or certifying Trainers and Coaches in psychology based curriculums.
  • Accreditation of psychology based training and coaching methodologies or curriculums.
  • Accreditation of organizations or institutions which develop Master Trainers and Master Coaches who credential others.

The Importance of Accreditation

Accredited International Training and Coaching Curriculums share the vision and goals of AIOBP to improve business through psychology and have a competent process or methodology to truly make a difference. This assures the public that AIOBP accredited programs and instructions will provide real value and results for their training or coaching efforts.

To ensure the standard of excellence accredited organizations or methodologies have successfully completed all requirements of the international training or coaching accreditation process. Additionally, they demonstrate a readiness to develop organizations within the educational framework and principles of AIOBP, to provide leadership and expertise to trainers or coaches who will be certified and share in the accreditation through your organization. They will also be able to implement the highest international standard in training, coaching and organizational development.

The benefit of accreditation to organizations and methodologies is that as a globally recognized, independent credentialing body, the AIOBP assists quality curriculums and organizations to be recognized above the rest.

Criteria for Training Accreditation
If you have a unique training program which certifies others as trainers, practitioners or facilitators, this accreditation applies to you.
Training Accreditation Eligibility

Training Curriculum Accreditation is the first step for eligibility to credential or certify trainers, practitioners or facilitators. Before a trainer, practitioner or facilitator can be certified, they must be deemed competent in an accredited methodology or curriculum for training and facilitation.

Organizations or enterprises that use or develop an effective psychology based process for training and/or facilitation and whose curriculum meets the following criteria should apply.

Training Accreditation Eligibility

Training Curriculum Accreditation is the first step for eligibility to credential or certify trainers, practitioners or facilitators. Before a trainer, practitioner or facilitator can be certified, they must be deemed competent in an accredited methodology or curriculum for training and facilitation.

Organizations or enterprises that use or develop an effective psychology based process for training and/or facilitation and whose curriculum meets the following criteria should apply.

To be eligible for accreditation by AIOBP, a curriculum or methodology for training and/or facilitation must meet the following requirements:

  • Programs offered must provide a clearly interactive component of educational methodology appropriate to the subject matter and expected training outcomes.
  • It has clearly outlined trainer/facilitators guides and participant manuals that are in correspondence to a prescribed learning format.
  • A predominant portion of the learning content is unique and has clear objectives and training processes.
  • It can demonstrate successful operation in the delivery of education and/or training programs. At minimum, one class must either be running or have been completed.
  • It has not had a prior accreditation withdrawn from a nationally recognized accrediting agency, nor has it voluntarily withdrawn under a show cause action, within one year prior to application to AIOBP.
  • The Applicant is the (or one of the) owners, documented contributors, licensed users, or creators of the methodology and/or curriculum.
  • It has an educational process that encompasses psychology to achieve non scholastic education with business or organizational development objectives, and offers certificates or diplomas up to the associate’s level.
  • The applicant organization prescribes a correspondent time function of education and training offered in continuing education units, clock hours, or credit hours to determine and maintain competency with its certified trainers and/or facilitators.
  • It offers education and training other than that required for academic credentials.
  • It agrees upon application and accreditation to abide by the AIOBP mission, principles of ethics, and standards for accreditation, policies and procedures and to support the goals and integrity of the accreditation process.

Accreditation Process For Training Curriculum Developer Or Enterprise User

The AIOBP Process for Accreditation of psychology based Training and/or Facilitation Processes and Curriculums for Trainer Certification

  • Training Curriculum Developer or Enterprise User must read the criteria for training accreditation.
  • Training Curriculum Developer or Enterprise User to complete and submit application to AIOBP.
  • AIOBP to review training curriculum and methodology for accreditation and benchmark application criteria.
  • AIOBP to assess uniqueness and feasibility of the training curriculum.
  • AIOBP to review videos of key training Points and their delivery.
  • AIOBP to complete benchmarking and reach an accreditation decision and give written notice to Training Developer or Licensed User.
  • Accreditation Certification if successful.

The AIOBP system of training accreditation applies to the following:

  • Accreditation of organizations or institutions for credentialing or certifying Trainers and Coaches in psychology based curriculums.
  • Accreditation of psychology based training and coaching methodologies or curriculums.
  • Accreditation of organizations or institutions which develop Master Trainers and Master Coaches who credential others.