ACCET Accreditation Represents Everblue’s Dedication to Student Success and Training Excellence

Everblue is excited to announce its status as an official Accredited Education Institution, under the U.S. Department of Education’s Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET). Starting immediately, Everblue will use the domain name Everblue.edu.

 Accreditation assures companies, students, and the public that Everblue’s training programs meet objective and rigorous third-party standards of educational practices.

“We consistently exceed these standards through our proprietary curriculum, superior instruction, and outstanding student success rates,” said Chris Boggiano, Everblue principal. “Everblue’s educational excellence has earned a reputation in the green building industry that is second to none.”

ACCET’s recognition of Everblue’s commitment to training excellence will allow Everblue to institutionalize its credibility and expand its service offerings. Current curriculum, available for licensing, includes multiple BPI Certifications, Weatherization Training, RESNET HERS Rater, LEED Accredited Professional, NABCEP Solar Certification, Corporate Sustainability, and Carbon Accounting.

 “ACCET accreditation is third-party verification of our quality as a training organization,” Boggiano said. “We are the first accredited institution for our field of education, and we view national ACCET accreditation as a demonstration of our commitment to unparalleled quality and continuous refinement of the student experience.”

Everblue continues to lead in the innovation of American professional education. Students benefit from a best-in-class, continuing education curriculum that prepares professionals for all facets of the emerging green building, clean energy, and corporate sustainability industries.  

 

ABOUT EVERBLUE TRAINING INSTITUTE

Everblue Training Institute, founded by veterans, is the nation’s premier sustainability-industry training provider for building a green jobs workforce. It offers courses at over 100 locations worldwide. Everblue is recognized as an industry leader in sustainability training by both the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Everblue helps develop a highly-skilled labor force for the green building, clean energy, and corporate sustainability industries.

For more information about Everblue’s LEED, BPI, RESNET, NABCEP, and Sustainability training programs, please visithttp://www.everblue.edu.

 

ABOUT ACCET

ACCET was founded in 1974 with the mission of improving continuing education and training. In 1978, the U.S. Department of Education recognized ACCET as a nationally-acknowledged accrediting agency and a "reliable authority" on the quality of education and training provided by the institutions that it accredits. In 1998, ACCET became the only recognized accrediting agency to be certified as an ISO 9001:2008-Quality Management System, under the international standards established by the International Organization for Standardization. It continues to hold this unique status.

Accreditation serves the interests of companies, agencies, and the public through the establishment of standards, policies, and procedures in conjunction with an objective third-party professional evaluation designed to identify and inspire sound education and training practices. When an organization couples this process with a commitment to rigorous educational standards, a partnership for quality becomes a reality.

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