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Accreditation Information

Accreditation is a formal recognition that a program meets certain standards and requirements set by a third-party organization. While accreditation is essential for technical and vocational programs, it is not necessary for soft skills training. Soft skills training programs do not require a specific curriculum or a set of learning outcomes that must be met to be effective. The success of a soft skills program depends on the quality of the training, the expertise of the trainers, and the relevance of the content to the learners' needs.

Soft skills are not typically assessed through exams or tests but through practical applications in real-life situations. Therefore, accreditation is not an accurate measure of the effectiveness of a soft skills program. Instead, the value of a soft skills program is measured by the positive impact it has on the learners' personal and professional growth and development.

Growth Goalz Personal Development Academy focuses on providing high-quality training by licensed life coaches that is relevant, practical, and tailored to the learners' needs.