When you see the initials CPT (Certified Professional Trainer) or CT/HRDC (Certified Trainer/HRD Consultant) following the trainer's name, you know that he or she meets strict professional requirements for membership for the International Board of Certified Trainers, which is the independent certifying authority of the training and workplace learning profession.
Associate and Certified members underwrite the code of conduct and can be recognized when they use the following quality seals on their business cards, printed matter, certificate or website. People can easily check their status in the online directory of this website.
When you see the mark below you know that the organization is employing IBCT Certified Trainers and HRD Consultants. This is a mark of personal quality in HRD and training. The IBCT Certified Training professionals have met the strict standards in professional education, experience, actual know-how and customer satisfaction set by the board. Organizations that employ IBCT Certified Trainers may send a written request to the IBCT to use the hallmark on virtual and printed matter.
The Board is the combined efforts of experts in the field of establishing training as a self-regulating profession, meriting the same public confidence and respect as medicine, accounting or law. Toward the achievement of this goal, the IBCT provides the essential attributes of professionalism.