Certifications and Accreditations validate the expertise and value of staff and partners, and helps maximize investment in training by increased competency and organizational productivity. SRS has developed strategic relationships with two certification partners with whom we have joint training program development, delivery and testing / certification arrangements.
Telfer School of Management Overview
The Telfer School of Management, (TSOM) as part of the University of Ottawa, is a leading international centre for management education and research, and the proud academic, research and professional home of some 4,200 students, 200 full and part-time faculty members, and 25,000 alumni. Our school has earned accreditations from the three most demanding accreditation organizations in the world: AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), AMBA (Association of MBAs) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System). Achieving the highly coveted triple crown of accreditations places us in the top one percent of the world’s business schools, and validates our success in surpassing the highest-possible standards for management education.
A focal point for our connection with business and government leaders is the Telfer Centre for Executive Leadership, which is located in downtown Ottawa in the World Exchange Plaza. The Centre is dedicated to high performance leadership programs and is designed to promote an optimal learning environment catering to our executive clientele. Our close ties with successful companies, key industry associations and vital public-sector organizations enable our people to integrate world-class educational methods and competencies.
SRS delivers the Relational Contracting Management course for Telfer’s clients.
Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW)
The Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) (formerly called Partnership Sourcing Limited – PSL) was established in 1990 as a joint initiative between the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) now BIS (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) and the CBI (Confederation of British Industry). It is a totally self- financing, not-for-profit, organization. The Institute’s continuing role is to help organizations, large and small, in both the public and private sectors, to build and develop effective competitive business relationships based upon a collaborative approach.
The Institute is the thought leader and driving force behind the development of the BS 11000 Collaborative Business Relationship Framework, the world’s first Standard in relationship management, published by BSI (British Standards Institution) based on the CRAFT methodology developed from the collective experience of the Institute’s Executive Network. ICW is now leading the development of BS 11000 to ISO 11000.
- ICW offers a structured methodology to underpin successful business relationships
- Research across a wide range of global industries
- Specialized programs and workshops
- Close association with BSI, guidance on BS 11000 implementation
- Range of skills development programs
- Leadership development and accreditation of internal facilitators
- Wide range of publications, case studies and tools
- Individual Membership Scheme
- Executive Network and public conferences