At its inception, NABET began life as the National Accreditation Board for Auditors and Training (NABAT), which was set up in response to the emerging challenges in the conformity assessment arena with the mandate to establish and monitor the training and auditor’s registration process. National Accreditation Board for Auditors and Training (NABAT) started working as registrar for auditors and training courses operating in arena of conformity assessment area such as QMS and EMS.
In 2004, NABET was renamed as National Registration Board for Personnel and Training (NRBPT). NRBPT became a registration body for personnel (Consultants and Consultant Organisations) and training courses in conformity assessment areas such as QMS, EMS and FSMS.
With the changing demographics and the global economic situation, it was realised the country needed an accreditation board which could be a catalyst for creating competent capacities in different skill domains. The QCI Council took a decision to rechristen NRBPT into National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET) to fulfil its national mandate of creating an accreditation mechanism in the arena of skills, education and training.
NABET has set up well- established mechanisms for overall quality assurance in sectors such as: services, education - formal and non-formal both, industry, environment etc. for focused strategic direction. It performs its activities through four distinct verticals namely;
NABET works with many Ministries, State Governments and sector specific associations / chambers to help them create structures and standards in their services, training institutions and other regulatory processes through third party accreditation mechanism. With the aim to add creative value to the services, education and training-learning ecosystem NABET works as per National/ International standards and protocols
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