Training Providers may issue certificates to the graduates who pass their Exemplar Global Qualification. The certificates issued are used by graduates as evidence of meeting specific performance criteria listed in the Competency Units. These certificates are submitted to Exemplar Global when the graduates apply for personnel certification.

Certificate of Attainment

Training Providers shall issue a Certificate of Attainment to each examinee who has passed the Exemplar Global Qualification. The certificate is required to include:

  • Full name of the graduate;
  • Competency Unit(s) attained by the graduate and the date the competency was examined;
  • Date certificate was issued;
  • Name and signature of the authorized representative(s) of the Training Provider;
  • Training Provider’s name as certified by Exemplar Global;
  • Exemplar Global corporate logo and the Training Provider’s mark or logo; and
  • A unique identification number for each certificate.

Certificate of Attendance

In instances when a Training Provider offers a course in conjunction with the Exemplar Global Qualification, Training Providers may issue a Certificate of Attendance to individuals deemed not-yet-competent (e.g., the individuals who did not pass or commence the Exemplar Global Qualification).

If a Certificate of Attendance is issued, the certificate shall include:

  • Full name of the Candidate;
  • Date certificate was issued;
  • Name and signature of the authorized representative(s) of the Training Provider; and
  • Training Provider’s name.

The wording of a Certificate of Attendance should make it apparent that the student has only attended the course. There shall be no implication of successful completion of the Exemplar Global Qualification. The Exemplar Global corporate logo and/or reference to Exemplar Global Qualifications must not be included on certificates of attendance. Students shall be informed that “Certificates of Attendance” will not be accepted for Personnel Certification.

Source: Exemplar Global Training Provider and Examiner Certification Scheme (TPECS) Administrative Requirements

Statement/Certificate of Completion 

A Statement/Certificate of Completion is not an academic credential and there are no state course or grade requirements necessary to earn a certificate of completion.