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Courses

Short Course: Through History with Standards
This quick overview will demonstrate how standards have evolved over time.
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U.S. Standards System – Today and Tomorrow
This course provides an overview of the U.S. standards development environment, examples of the various types of standards and sources and explains how standards development relates to national and international business.
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Short Course: Legal Issues in Standard-Setting
This course will outline how U.S. antitrust and intellectual property (IP) rules may apply to the standards development process.
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Online course:
U.S. Delegates to International Activities: Roles and Responsibilities
This course will provide an overview of the standards landscape and explains ANSI’s role in U.S. and international standardization.
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Online course:
An Introduction to Standards: Why, where and how are they developed?
This course will provide a brief overview of standards, defining types as well as key definitions and terms. The course will then describe ANSI’s role in the standardization process.
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Online course: ISO Directives Updates 2013
The ANSI Executive Standards Council (ExSC) has recently decided that all US persons serving as Secretaries of ISO Technical Committees, Subcommittees and Project Committees, as well as Administrators of U.S. Technical Advisory Groups to ISO committees, are required to have appropriate training to serve in these role. This requirement includes training on new changes to ISO Directives, processes and procedures that are introduced each year.
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About ANSI

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private, non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system.

The Institute oversees the development of thousands of standards that directly impact businesses in nearly every sector. Topics covered range from the largest construction equipment to the smallest nanoparticles, and from the most detailed applications to the broadest definition of a systems implementation. ANSI is also actively engaged in accrediting programs that assess conformance to standards.

The ANSI Federation is comprised of government agencies, organizations, corporations, academic and international bodies, and individuals. In total, the Institute represents the interests of more than 125,000 companies and 3.5 million professionals.

ANSI is the official U.S. representative to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and, via the U.S. National Committee, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

For more information, visit www.ansi.org.


 

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