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WES invests in Qualification Check

Non-profit social enterprise World Education Services has invested in global verification company Qualification Check, the partners have announced.

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WES has provided over 3.5 million evaluations on credentials over five decades

Since 2010, Qualification Check has grown to provide licence verifications in over 195 countries and for more than 50,000 educational institutions and professional qualification awarding bodies. The amount of investment has not been disclosed.

WES CEO and executive director Esther T. Benjamin praised Qualification Check as a “trusted leader in verification” that uses technology and innovative processes to provide “effective, efficient, and customer-focused” verification services.

“Through our investment in this growing corporation, WES will provide even faster, more comprehensive support to those we serve. Together, we can support global mobility, reduce barriers and empower more individuals and organisations with services they can count on,” she said.

WES itself has provided over 3.5 million evaluations on credentials from over 200 countries and territories over five decades. Its services have allowed it to serve individuals pursuing their educational and career goals in the US and Canada.

“World Education Services is an organisation we have admired for many years,” said Ed Hall, CEO of Qualification Check.

Having the “highly valued and driven” organisation as a long-term strategic partner will help Qualification Check to “achieve our vision of, together, becoming the trusted source of global, verified qualification and license data”, he added.

“I look forward to working with the WES team in helping to attain our shared goals of empowering individuals through multi-jurisdictional recognition of their education and previous experience.”

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