Obtaining accreditation from the IOHS Accreditation Authority is crucial for trainers seeking to enter the world of professional training. This accreditation serves as a passport, granting recognition and approval to the trainer's expertise and qualifications.
Here are the badge and rank designations for Certified International Trainers:
Rank 1: Certified Associate Trainer
Rank 2: Certified Practitioner Trainer
Rank 3: Certified Professional Trainer
Rank 4: Certified Expert Trainer
Rank 5: Certified Consultant Trainer
Obtaining the title of an international trainer accredited by I O H S Accreditation Authority opens many horizons for you in the world of training
Register on the IOHS educational platform as a certified trainer to gain access to its numerous benefits.
As a registered trainer, you will have access to the largest number of training seekers across various fields in the Arab world.
Additionally, obtaining accreditation from an internationally recognized institution like OAB_UK enables you to participate in government, private and international organizations' training bids. This allows you to work independently or through various training institutions.
By networking with international training institutions worldwide, certified trainers can increase their training opportunities significantly.
In addition, participants in your courses will receive certificates issued by the IOHS International Academy in your name, accredited by OAB_UK, and internationally documented through the IOHS educational platform.
As a certified trainer, IOHS educational platform offers several advantages to add and present your training courses. After receiving approval for the first training bag in your name, you can avail all the services provided by the IOHS educational platform for trainers. It includes adding training courses for these bags on the platform, presenting them live, online synchronously, or asynchronously, and updating course dates.
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR HEALTH AND NUTRITION SCIENCES was established through a resolution passed by the International University of London, located in the United Kingdom. It is duly registered under the British Government’s jurisdiction with registration number (14571327). Additionally, it has also been recognized and granted approval by the Directorate General of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Erasmus Grants, and the European Solidarity Corps with registration number (EU: 10319739).