Educational management in accordance with ISO standard 21001
In a market that is becoming increasingly globalised, quality is an essential strategic factor. The education sector is no exception and it is continuously seeking strategies that will facilitate a better educational service, as well as results-based management and process management logic.
In this regard, the
ISO 21001 Standard "Management System for Educational Organisations" has been developed to provide a common management tool for organisations that offer products and services capable of meeting the requirements of students and other beneficiaries.
Among other advantages, ISO 21001 allows us to better align objectives and activities with an organisation's management policy, confer greater social responsibility by providing inclusive and fair quality training for all, establish an educational culture focused on continuous improvement, and achieve more personalised learning, particularly for students with special educational needs, distance education and continuing training opportunities.
How can it help you?
ISO 21001 provides educational organisations and company training departments with the tools to improve learning processes and meet the needs and expectations of students and other stakeholders, guaranteeing results, enabling:
This standard can be integrated seamlessly with other management systems, particularly
ISO 9001, a standard with which it shares not only its high-level structure, but also the requirements relating to educational processes, to which it adds other requirements for:
As the two standards are so closely related, integrated audits can be carried out based on both standards.
Once the Audit process has been successfully completed, if the implemented system meets the requirements of the ISO 21001 standard, the organisation will obtain:
Educational organisations UNE-ISO 21001
Quality Management ISO 9001
AENOR has extensive experience in the certification of quality management systems of educational organisations based on
ISO 9001, an experience that it now uses to assess these organisations based on the new Standard
ISO 21001, which is specific to the sector.