ASQ Certifications are recognized as a mark of quality excellence in many industries. They are designed to help you advance your career, improve your organization, and prepare you to be a more accomplished and effective quality-focused professional. Advantages of obtaining an ASQ Certification include increased income potential, a competitive advantage, and global recognition.
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MARK OF EXCELLENCE FOR 50 YEARS
In today's competitive market, it's often difficult to differentiate yourself from others in your industry. So why not stand out from the crowd? Get an ASQ certification! With an ASQ certification next to your name, you demonstrate your pursuit of excellence in quality. Acquire the knowledge to position yourself and your organization ahead of the competition and get certified by ASQ today!
"I am extremely grateful to ASQ for enriching both my career and my life. My ASQ certifications earned me the professional recognition necessary to become the measurement systems coordinator of a large organization."
- GRACE TRUSHINSKI
"Obtaining my CQIA certification has allowed me to fully understand the basics of quality and be able to use the tools and knowledge gained through the courses taken in preparation for this certification in my current job."
- KIRSTEN RYDER
"Being a Certified Quality Engineer has provided the tools and resources to be a credible authority on quality and influence my organization for positive change."
- RICH ALBERT
OUR EXAM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Every five to seven years, ASQ Certification works with subject-matter experts (SMEs) in the field of quality to develop and maintain its certification programs. The exam development cycle comprises of six workshops that are held at ASQ Headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Over this 12 to 18-month cycle, up to 76 volunteers take part in workshop activities to ensure the validity of ASQ exams.
In 2019, ASQ's Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) certification program achieved accreditation through the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). NCCA was established in 1977, by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), and provides impartial, third-party validation that a certification program has met recognized national and international credentialing industry standards for a program's development, implementation, and maintenance.
NCCA recognition demonstrates ASQ's ongoing commitment to implementing high quality testing practices and psychometric analyses, and provides candidates with assurance that the CQA program is deemed competent and professional by a reputable, certifying organization.