Accreditation

Online Safety Training Accreditation

Generally, large well-known universities (i.e., Harvard and Princeton) and statewide colleges are regionally accredited, or offer online safety training accreditation. Smaller, private colleges may be nationally accredited. Programs of study that are regulated by national or state licensing boards may require specialized or professional accreditation (i.e., the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the American Bar Association). The United States Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) maintain directories of nationally recognized and specialized accrediting agencies. Programs that are nationally accredited may not transfer to a regionally accredited college. One well known accrediting agency is the Distance Education & Training Council (DETC). The DETC often accredits institutions offering correspondence or other independent study programs. Another well known accrediting and auditing agency that specializes in technical curriculum is the American Association of Certified Engineers and Trainers (AACET) However, programs accredited by the DETC as well as AACET are not as commonly accepted by regionally accredited colleges.

What  Accreditation do these classes have? 

 All WorkersEd.com courses are Approved and Accredited by AACET and include AACET class credits for continued education. WorkersED as an alternative to on-site training courses. WorkersED also offers classes that are Fully Accredited  through AACET. While these college credits may or may be recognized by most colleges and institutions, it is possible there may be limitations imposed by the receiving University as to how they fit into that Universities approved curriculum.

Does this matter to employers?  

Employers look for potential employees or workers who have the skills and knowledge to complete the tasks associated with the job. WorkersED courses provide that Practical, Applied Training that successful companies look for when recruiting and qualifying prospective employees. Many fortune 500 companies not only recognize the credits and WorkersED.com’s class completion certificates, But those companies call upon WorkersED.com to provide in-house training for their current employees while on the job!

WorkersED helps workers be better at what they do!