International Projects

Training plays an important role in developing a productive workforce and finely tuning processes of any organization. The aim of the Training and Capacity Building Cell is to create a critical mass of trained workforce at the national and international level to improve the quality infrastructure of the countries.


QCI and its constituent Boards have in the past organized training programs on various ISO Standards for accreditation and certification for different stakeholders, both at national and international levels. Some of the ISO Standards on which training have been conducted in the past are listed below:


  Accreditation Standards

 Certification Standards

 · ISO/IEC 17011

 · ISO/IEC 17020

 · ISO/IEC 17021

 · ISO/IEC 17024

 · ISO/IEC 17025

 · ISO 17034

 · ISO/IEC 17043

 · ISO/IEC 17065

 · ISO 15189

 · ISO 9001

 · ISO 13485

 · ISO 14001

 · ISO 22000

 · ISO 27001

 · ISO 50001



Many of these training and capacity building programmes have been conducted for individuals as well as organization level for different countries such as SAARC Member Countries [Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka], Mongolia, Mauritius, Ethiopia, Ghana, Qatar, Indonesia, Taiwan, USA, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia etc. QCI and its constituent Boards have also been the Knowledge Partners for conducting such training with International Development Agencies such as UNIDO, FAO, PTB-Germany etc., and Regional Accreditation Bodies such as PAC, APLAC etc.


Quality Council of India has also facilitated technical assistance in the area of accreditation through various training programs & capacity building to help establish a robust accreditation infrastructure in Ghana, which is the process of establishing its own Accreditation Body, in accordance with the ISO Standards and requirements of international bodies, ILAC & IAF.