QAHE (International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary & Higher Education) is pleased to announce the launch of its new accreditation service specifically designed for EduTech companies. This service aims to validate the quality, effectiveness, and security of educational technology products and services, providing assurance to educational stakeholders worldwide.
Recognizing the growing importance of technology in education, QAHE's accreditation service for EduTech companies offers a rigorous evaluation process that encompasses various criteria, including pedagogical effectiveness, usability, data privacy, security measures, impact assessment, and continuous improvement.
"We are excited to introduce this accreditation service tailored to the unique needs of EduTech companies," said [Spokesperson's Name], the CEO of QAHE. "By undergoing QAHE accreditation, EduTech companies can demonstrate their commitment to delivering high-quality, secure, and impactful educational technology solutions."
QAHE accreditation provides numerous benefits for EduTech companies. It enhances their credibility and trustworthiness by offering independent validation of their products and services. Accreditation also grants them a competitive advantage, setting them apart from non-accredited competitors and attracting potential partners, investors, and customers.
Through the accreditation process, QAHE ensures that EduTech companies adhere to industry best practices and meet stringent standards. This includes evaluating user authentication mechanisms, data encryption, access controls, data minimization, compliance with data protection regulations, incident response, and vendor management, among other key factors.
EduTech companies seeking accreditation can expect a thorough assessment process, which involves document review, on-site evaluations (where applicable), comprehensive evaluation reports, and accreditation decision-making by the QAHE accreditation committee. Feedback and recommendations for improvement are provided to companies to support their continuous development and enhancement.
To coincide with the launch of the accreditation service, QAHE has also published a sample self-evaluation report (SER) to guide EduTech companies in preparing their accreditation applications. The SER showcases the criteria and expectations for accreditation, allowing companies to present their adherence to these standards effectively.
QAHE's accreditation fee for EduTech companies is US$660 (For year 2024-2025), with an additional 5% administrative fee to cover administrative costs associated with the accreditation process. The fee covers the entire assessment process, evaluation, and accreditation decision-making.
"We are excited to introduce this accreditation service tailored to the unique needs of EduTech companies," said Natasha Perkins, the Director of QAHE. "By undergoing QAHE accreditation, EduTech companies can demonstrate their commitment to delivering high-quality, secure, and impactful educational technology solutions. They can stand out from other EdTech companies by acquiring QAHE accreditation, showcasing their dedication to excellence and gaining the trust and confidence of educational stakeholders."
EduTech companies interested in QAHE accreditation are invited to visit [here] for more information, including the accreditation criteria, application process, and the sample self-evaluation report.
QAHE (International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary & Higher Education) is a globally recognized accreditation body dedicated to ensuring quality, excellence, and innovation in education. Through its accreditation services, QAHE promotes best practices and supports educational institutions and organizations in their pursuit of continuous improvement and educational advancement.