AIDT System Meets International Standards Again

MONTGOMERY, Ala., -- AIDT, Alabama's #1 incentive, has again earned recommendation for unconditional recertification of its quality management system. In 2005, AIDT was the first state workforce training organization in the world to earn ISO 9001:2000 international certification for its development and execution of pre-employment training and on-the-job training.

SRI Quality System Registrar conducted a surveillance audit June 6 to certify AIDTs conformity to requirements specified in ISO 9001:2000 standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). SRI is an internationally accredited registrar for quality management systems standards.

"AIDT will always be a customer-driven organization, and the ISO 9001:2000 standard is an excellent tool for us to stay focused on our customers," said AIDT Director Ed Castile. "The ISO Audit is complete and we have once again been given an unconditional audit which simply means there are no findings or recommendations. This is a total staff activity and reaches across all our program."

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