Our Learners and their Sponsors have the same concerns about e-Learning.
Here are the answers to the questions we're repeatedly asked about our online Auditor Training Programs:
Are deGRANDSON'S ISO Training Programs Certified?
Are there corporate discounts?
Yes, details of discounts, based on numbers enrolled, can be found on the Corporate Discounts page.
What are your available payment methods?
You can pay by Debit Card, Credit Card or PayPal during the Program Enrolment procedure. Click on this link to view the Payment Process.
Does the ISO training involve an examination?
Yes. In addition to the Quizzes at the end of each Module, there is a formal Examination at the end of each Course (set of Modules/Lessons). The decision to award a Certificate is based on the combined scores achieved. The Examinations are open-book (you can have the Standard and other notes open beside you), time-limited, and taken online. There are no extra costs involved.
Do you issue certificates after successful completion of the training program?
Once you have successfully completed the Examination, your Certificate is immediately available to you. Your Certificate will be forwarded to you as an email attachment that you may print as often as you like. There is no time limit on the validity of your Certificate.
What else will I need to become a competent auditor?
Who can I contact for more information?
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deGRANDSON Global is an ISO Certified Educational Organization
We have chosen ISO 21001 certification because, unlike IRCA and Exemplar badges (which in our opinion are commercially compromised), it is based on independent third-party assessment. It is a ‘university grade’ standard in use globally by schools, colleges, and universities to demonstrate their competence.