Certifications and standardization
1- Develop standards and criteria to ensure the quality of training institutions in the field of institutional and program certifications;
2- Granting institutional and program certification to the training institutions that meet standards and specifications which ensure their capacity and qualification to generate quality outputs and which are capable of discharging their occupational tasks and adaptation with the changes that may take place to these occupations;
3- Institutional certification will focus, in particular, on the characteristics of the organizational chart, policies, bylaws, administrative and service staff, facilities, and supporting administrative and technical services;
4- Program certification will focus on the academic and training staff, specifications of educational and training programs, facilities and equipment for quality delivery of these programs in line with specifications and standards of training programs;
5- Develop the framework of for occupational tests. Granting licenses or certificates, which are similar to those granted by educational and educational institutions to graduates, to individuals to carry out certain occupations that will meet the needs of the job market. This will ensure that those people will have all qualifications and merits set by occupational standards and classifications and are capable of discharging all related tasks and assignments;
6- Cooperate with certified training institutions which are capable of designing and delivering occupational tests for certain occupations, and making reliable recommendations for granting or cancelling certificates.