ISSSP Accreditation Advisory Committee
The ISSSP Accreditation Advisory Committee (AAC) is made up of four ISSSP member volunteers, who were chosen based on their knowledge of Six Sigma and active Master Black Belt status. None of the members work for an independent training organization to avoid any conflicts of interest.
The Committee has developed the Minimum ATO Requirements, ISSSP Standards, ATO Terms & Conditions, and Intellectual Property Guide that Six Sigma training organizations must meet to be considered for accreditation. The Committee has chosen to allow any Six Sigma BOK to be used, as long as it meets the minimum requirements set forth by the Committee and approved by the Board of Directors. In addition, the Committee has approved a Training Day Equivalents set of definitions to account for partial time blocks as a key part of the minimum requirements.
It is the responsibility of the AAC to review the ATO Accreditation application formal report presented by the ISSSP Accreditation Representative. The AAC will then have three options, approve, deny, or request more information up to and including the possibility of a site visit. The AAC will also handle any appeals involving denied applications, ATO's in violation, or complaints filed by students.
Please get to know the ISSSP member volunteers listed below, who make up the Accreditation Advisory Committee