Stoà is fellow of ASFOR, Italian Association for Managerial Training.
It’s a real “quality label” released by the auditor; since 1989 it contributes to increase the quality and the competitiveness of managerial training in Italy, also validating some schools (Corporate and Management Schools) and specific training paths, as the various Master courses.
The criteria for this accreditation are often reviewed and they value in detail how to reach and to share the training goals. “The process to validate a Master” – from the ASFOR official website – “must encourage and strengthen the legitimacy of the Master training product, identifying programs with solid training projects, a strong commitment of the teaching staff involved, organizational commitment of the institutions that create them, as well as the guarantees of continuity over time.
The assessments on relevance and solidity of a program necessarily refer to multiple requirements, concerning the experience of the training institutions, the characteristics of teachers and external experts involved, the teaching areas”.
ASFOR requirements agree with those of EFMD, European Foundation For Management Development:
national standing. mission, governance, goals, strategy, resources, faculty, students, services for students. personal development. programs, research.
Moreover, Stoà is validated by Campania Region for the following areas:
› Higher Training
› Lifelong Learning
› Careers Guidance
Quality system is certified ISO 9001:2015 and BS OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series) 18001:2007 for “Planning and providing managerial training services, high education and post-degree Masters. research in social and economic fields. Planning and providing technical assistance, advice, audit and evaluation for private and public organization in the economic, financial, managerial, organizational and administration areas.” (Area EA: 37-35)
The School acts according the Green Public Procurement.*
*The EU GPP criteria are developed to facilitate the inclusion of green requirements in public tender documents. The adopted EU GPP criteria aim to reach a good balance between environmental performance, cost considerations, market availability and ease of verification.