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About Us

Vision

Trainers must be qualified before they can teach as a trainer. The IBCT hallmark is the beacon that leads to professional training.

Mission
We set standards, a code of conduct and provide distinguishable quality in the market. Choosing the right training, facilities and trainer is easy. We perform in a positive and respectful way, and at the same time we stick to the standards we have set. Others will perceive our services as an opportunity to learn, an acknowledgement, and to secure their achieved quality. "We are committed to quality in training"

History
The IBCT has organized the certification of trainers and HRD professionals since 1988, and was founded by Professor Warren Pontrelli in the United States. Later, it was continued as a global foundation organized under European law (in the Netherlands). The IBCT has established regional headquarters spread over several continents like the United States, Middle East, Africa, Australia and Europe. Our quality assurance body certifies the quality of:

  •        trainers and training consultants
  •        train the trainer programs (educational)
  •        training centers and facilities
  •        training packages and materials

Private and public organizations, and independent professionals in the industry value our hallmark. Ministries, public and private universities, private business schools, clients, employers, trainees and funding organizations like The World Bank accept and value our professional audits and reports.

The certification of trainers is a major milestone in our field. The training profession has the need and obligation to assure the consumer and the profession itself, that persons practicing as trainers have met the minimum standards of the profession. To meet this need and obligation, the IBCT has established a credentialing system which identifies and certifies only qualified trainers, and promotes professional development of practitioners.

The primary purpose of the board is to assure the public that members possess the following which are required for membership and are qualified to practice:

  •            correct ethical standards
  •            proof of satisfied customers
  •            professional competence and independence