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At Van Haren, we aim to help others with the finest in best practice products and services.
We hope to help organizations achieve their goals by sharing our best practice ecosystem. Included in our ecosystem are things such as certification, accreditation, examination and an extensive network with and through our partners.
We are continuously looking to innovate and exchange knowledge within the IT & IT Management, Enterprise Architecture, Business Management and Project Management sectors. We strive to make knowledge more accessible via our eLibrary and eKnowledge center in the form of hardcopy books, eBooks, white papers, and other training material.
You can expect from us:
- Quality as this something which is never be open for debate.
- Service and a committed relationship as we feel a long-term vision is stronger than a short term gain.
- Fair business practice since both parties need to benefit otherwise there is no business.
- To keep looking towards the future because change is a constant
- To keep having fun in what we do, that’s what life is all about!
Since the start of Van Haren Learning Solutions, their core principles have been independence and impartiality.
Van Haren Learning Solutions understands the importance of impartiality in carrying out its certification activities, managing conflict of interest, and ensuring the objectivity of its certification activities.
Van Haren Learning Solutions will not now, nor ever will, stray from their commitment to act impartially. Nor will it violate its status of being independent or discriminate against anyone in any sense or way possible concerning any organization, applicant, or (certified) person.
Van Haren will never make any distinction amongst candidates. Variations in a certification process is not possible and need to be executed as described in the accreditation guidelines. There are processes which are stipulated for certain groups who need special treatment (for example persons with proven disabilities).,