The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) welcomes applications from technical experts in a variety of fields, for its industry-leading accreditation programs. By becoming an assessor for SCC, you will play a vital role in helping to ensure the safety and well-being of Canadians, while gaining valuable professional experience and expanding your professional network.
What is an accreditation assessment?
An accreditation assessment is the accepted process that determines the level to which an organization follows an accreditation standard.
SCC’s assessment teams conduct interviews, make observations, and obtain records and statements of fact from the laboratories or certification bodies they assess. In order to maintain, or be granted, accredited status by SCC, all organizations must go through regular assessments.
SCC accreditation is internationally recognized and as a result provides confidence and credibility in products, systems and services in Canada and around the world.
What kind of work is involved?
In the following video, you will meet three professionals who share their experience and perspectives on what it means to be an assessor.
Benefits of participation
The following are just some of the many benefits of participating in SCC’s assessment programs.
- Ongoing professional development
- Networking with industry colleagues
- Exposure to modern assessment techniques and new innovations
- Increased professional recognition
- Specialized training and support from SCC
- Contribution to the health, safety and well-being of Canadians
Thank you for your interest in becoming an assessor with SCC. Unfortunately, we are not accepting any new applicants at this time.
You may also be interested in participating in standards development work.