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NZ School of Export awarded Institutional Status

For release 8/10/08

NZ School of Export awarded Institutional Status

Less than a year after officially opening its doors, the New Zealand School of Export has been granted Institutional status by the International Association of International Trade Training Organisations (IATTO), the global accrediting body. This follows an on-site inspection earlier in the year and a rigorous application process.

Institutional status means that the School no longer has to partner with another institution to deliver training, but is now able to offer its own approved learning materials and award internationally accredited New Zealand School of Export qualifications.

The accreditation is a sign of the esteem in which the School is held by its international peers. This announcement follows the recent election of School Director Dr Romuald Rudzki, to the IATTO board and comes at a time when the School looks forward to celebrating the graduation of the first group of Diploma graduates at the end of 2008.


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