iSQI certifies according to iNTACS in 19 countries

The International Software Quality Institute (iSQI) is now in 19 countries accreditation and certification body for the International Assessor Certification Scheme (iNTACS)

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The iSQI institute and the registered association iNTACS e.V. concluded a contract, authorizing iSQI to be in 19 countries accreditation and certification body for assessors who are trained according to the education standard »iNTACS«. Stephan Goericke, Director of iSQI, states: „The contract means an appreciation and affirmation of our achievements to us. iSQI will now use its international contacts to develop and improve the certification scheme of SPiCE assessors.”

The independent education standard of the »iNTACS« scheme is based on ISO/IEC 15504 (SPiCE) and shall be established by iSQI as a transparent and independent standard worldwide. „iSQI has proven to be a professional and qualified as well as reliable cooperation partner. Therefore iSQI will serve as an example for the choice of additional accreditation and certification bodies on other markets. I’m glad that we are going to extend our cooperation“, Peter Bölter, President of the iNTACS e.V., said.

iSQI will administer the certificates iNTACS Provisional Assessor, Competent Assessor und Principal Assessor in the languages German and English in 19 countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czechia, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Poland und Russia.
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