Why train with BSI?

When you’re working with BSI, you’re working with an organization that operates throughout the world of standards. We offer one of the widest ranges of standards-related training available from meeting medical devices regulation to managing your energy effectively. We don’t just train you to meet standards – we helped to shape and develop many of them and we carry out the audits and assessments.

When you train with us, you get the full benefit of that 360-degree expert knowledge. We know what is required in Audits, so can help you comply with the requirements. We know the thinking behind the standard – so we can convey that to drive and inspire your people.

We have a team of expert course owners working across the world who can transfer the knowledge, skills and tools your people need to embed standards of excellence into your organization. They have vast amounts of training and assessment experience, and work across a wide range of business sectors.

They know best how to transform your organization by training those who can make that change – that’s how we turn our experience into your expertise.

Our course owners

Each BSI medical device course is owned by an expert in that field to ensure that we keep material cutting edge, with over 60 expert trainers worldwide, please contact your local BSI for details of courses. Learn more about our expert course owners and their experience, qualifications and specialist subject areas.

  • Train the assessors who check your compliance with standards – so they know what your training needs to achieve.
  • Many are experienced assessors themselves.
  • Work across many industries and sectors so understand the practical challenges you face.
  • Know how people work and can change habits that may have set in over time.
  • Use accelerated learning techniques to inspire and turn enthusiasm into tangible results.
  • Are skilled at communicating how to improve performance.

What we can do for you

The bottom line is that our people can train yours – not only to recognize excellence, but to maintain and build on it through continual improvement.