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One word: SCAM.
Do not join their online-courses service. It’s crap.
I enrolled for one of their courses; my first impression was to find the course itself full of mistakes (spelling, missing words…). Well, I already paid for my course, so I just let go and finished the tests with a high score.
Second, I thought it was a US accreditation and that the website is ran by Americans… In the Privacy Policies section, you can read that you can contact them through their New York address…
Shocked to receive a cheap and poorly printed so-called certificate from INDIA (!!!) a month later… The paper is just cheap quality, with text poorly printed.
What is more suspicious is that, well, since I finished my course, I didn’t try to log in to my student page… but it appears I’m somehow banned… I cannot log in anymore! I tried and tried, and even asked to retrieve my password, but they say none is registered with my email, which is just impossible, because it is one and only email I have and the only one I enrolled with for that stupid course!
I do not think at all that they are ISO 9001:2000 certified company. Even their certificate seal looks fake. It can easily be falsified. It is not a seal, it’s just a printed circle, and trust me if I say it’s ugly.
I cannot show this certificate to any employer! I bet they would first suspect me creating it. It is just far from being a real certificate.
I guess online training and certification schools are popping up all over our Internet! They look great, claim to be the most recognized and accredited certifications, and offer affordable online courses…
I lost $29.99 for a piece of ###. But thank God I didn’t enroll for another course with this company before receiving this certificate-joke.
So, anyone reading this warning… don’t do the same mistake!

Pictures of what I received from ExpertRating are attached as proofs.


Complaint comments Comments (23)    Updated: Complaint country United Kingdom Complaint category Education
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Expertrating.com - Scam


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A  26th of Sep, 2011 by    +1 Votes
I've done a few online tests regarding IT on a website that uses Expert Rating. The tests are obviously cobbled together by non-computer literate people using books that nobody has ever read. I find it quite annoying when I know the correct answer yet it gets marked wrong. Oh well, atleast i'm not the only person to think they're shite.
N  10th of Jan, 2014 by    +4 Votes
Thank you so much for this. I was considering them as a training potential for certification. Your photos were invaluable. Excellent work. Looks pretty lame. Sorry for the cash loss but thank you for posting. This is the type of thing that saves people numerous hours opposed to wasting.
N  30th of Sep, 2014 by    +8 Votes
Thanks you so much for saving my time and money. I was just planning to start my course next week.
D  9th of Oct, 2014 by    +6 Votes
As with anything in life, you get out what you put in. I did over a year of research into on-campus and online certification programs before I decided on ExpertRating. I have attended both in the past and applying those experiences into my approach to finding the most suitable, affordable, viable solution for myself was taken well into account with my decision. Firstly, I left an International Business and Management program after 5 semesters at an accredited university after I was grossly overcharged for learning absolutely NOTHING about business and secondly, ExpertRating against any other certifying body is as up to date and proficient in their curriculum and deliverables as any other program offering the EXACT same certifications at dramatically inflated fees. I cross-compared and examined lessons, formats, styles and course material with several companies that advertised the same programs and found that the ONLY true scam is these other companies are charging you from $399 upwards to $10, 000 USD for, again, THE EXACT SAME, if not less involved certificate programs that ExpertRating charges very modestly for. In case you have not yet discovered in all of your vast education and wisdom, a very large degree of American companies, do NOT have a physical entity here in the U.S. and are based overseas. In the words of any great educator whom has ever delivered anything of value to someone else, ... DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!
A  30th of Oct, 2014 by     Best Advice +9 Votes
Expertrating is a JOKE, a scam in every sense of the word. What company does not have even a toll free number and a person to answer calls in the US? Obviously a shading group or a couple of people masquerading as "Online Training centers". These guys are based out of some place in India, like the zillions of recruiters who call from India - The recruiters atleast have a New Jersey address (Which again makes no sense because you can clearly know from the English they speak that they are calling from Bangalore, Hyderabad or some remote place in South India.

Coming to Expertrating - they are simply a fraud, that is nothing but a money making scam. Just don't fall prey to it.
A  18th of Feb, 2015 by    -4 Votes

Yes, I agree, they are a total scam...I took a test online for German/
English translations (which used to be my job, many years ago). the text sounded like something out of the 50's and even though they gave me a grade of 90, I felt that the test was scored wrong, because I certainly did not make the mistakes they claimed I did. I took the test 2 more times, basically obtained the same score but "deficiencies" were in different areas. I finally gave up, because it made no sense. Never received my "certificate" and guess what? The PayPal card I used to pay them was compromised a couple of weeks later.
N  8th of Jul, 2015 by    0 Votes
I also paid for a course and got locked out they can't find my e-mail address and I too only have one e-mail address, now I have paid and can no longer log in to finish my studying, now I am out 69.99 dollars what can I do?
A  10th of Aug, 2015 by    +2 Votes
I know expert rating is local Chandigarh based company run by a fraud guy named Ravinder Singh, he live in sector 33, he was earlier into chit fund company @ any one who want details of the company . Mail me at tigerbajwa@gmail.com
N  20th of Nov, 2015 by    -1 Votes
Wow. Thanks for the warning
N  20th of Nov, 2015 by    +1 Votes
Thanks for the warning
D  4th of Jan, 2016 by    +5 Votes
I have taken 4 courses and I am quite happy as I have learned alot. I received my certifications and find them to be suitable for framing and displaying in my office.
D  9th of Jan, 2016 by    +6 Votes
I see that there’s some guy who had some issues with ExpertRating because (1) he somehow got locked out of his course and (2) because his certifications were mailed from India. And I'd be curious what type of certification he was even trying to get for $30--maybe typing (which, judging from his grammar, he could probably use). It certainly wasn't Six Sigma related, nor even software-related (which ExpertRating also has several good training courses for, I believe, though haven't used the site for that myself).

According to ExpertRating's website, over 270, 000 people in 160 countries have received certifications through its site, but it may be well over that, as I suspect not all the web-pages have been updated. It mentions, specifically, that several companies such as Ikea, UPS, Fox News, Convergys, etc. use ExpertRating (not just people who work there) for training. It mentions that a few thousand companies continue to use ExpertRating. It also says that 55% of the customers are located in the US; 15%, Canada; 7%, UK; and the rest, elsewhere.

I'm not sure where the site is hosted. I know that many US companies now go off-shore for web-based needs due to cost-savings, and I suspect that's the way it is with ExpertRating and also why they also list the NY address. And I also suspect that's why I didn't have to pay $1, 000 going through them for training and certification, because it should cost a whole lot more for a website to be hosted on a US-based server and programmed by US-programmers. (The only certification there that I saw that was really expensive was their Medical Coding cert, which they sell for about $2, 300. And I don't have a clue - nor care - what that's about, much like some of ASQ's other non Six Sigma certs.)

If I spend more money, do I really get better training? Or do I just spend more money? For example, if I wanted to go through the MIT Slo[a]n program and spend $100K (not to mention room, board, travel, etc.), would I get that much better of an education than going to Ohio University's MEM program (which is a good school in the top 2%, with a good program, but MIT might be in the top 10)? I like certifications, but I also like my money.

Unlike project management where there's the Project Management Institute that is almost universally recognized, there really is no universal board for "Six Sigma" (which is actually a trademark of Motorola, much like "Kaizen" is a trademark of Masaaki Imai). And I suspect that there's no universal board for Six Sigma because it was developed in-house by Motorola.

In any case, Scam Adviser gives ExpertRating a 100% safe rating.

Codango gives ExpertRating a 4.5 rating out of 5.0. They have people giving reviews back to 2008.

Top Ten Reviews gives ExpertRating a 7/10. (One of the things it complains about is that it feels ExpertRating could be more affordable. Really?) That's not great. But it's not terrible.

So there's some guy who had a bad time and wants to whine about it, and there are 269, 999 people who don't have complaints and who have picked up multiple certificates, with 2, 159+ people on Facebook who like ExpertRating. And the guy who complained really should have been treated better if he was dealt with unfairly. But usually log-ins are pretty much automated processes, as well as resetting problems. You don't have an online company without ensuring that your customers can get in. Or you lose your customers.

And I don't understand how he was able to get in, take his course, take his test, receive his certificate, and then complain that he can't get into the site. But that's another matter. And I'm sorry to hear that he was upset about his certificate being mailed from India, as if it's some great big crime that he has some different-looking postage stamps.

Speaking for myself, I had no problems with ExpertRating. My certificates were also mailed from India, but I suspect that's related to cost-savings (just as I try to buy my English text-books for college in India because I can save over a hundred dollars and get the exact same thing). They probably do have programmers, mailing, and other matters handled from there. Does that make it worthless if people in North America provide the information.

And I had no issue with logging in or out, and can still access my account. I believe the company has the ISO 9001: 2008 rating as stated, which puts its credibility above many other online institutions. I didn't see all the reported typos and misspellings that the complainer mentioned in his course material.

Looking at the Master Black Belt course curriculum, it was accredited to Dr. Mary Adams of Canada:

"Mary Adams holds an MBA from McGill University and a PhD... She has been a business researcher and writer for the past 10 years. Mary has held leadership positions in private and public organizations across a number of industries such as Health Canada. In addition to teaching business statistics and evaluative science, Mary has consulted as a Business Analyst and Management Consultant."

I was able to find reference to her at one of Canada's universities. And she may be no Jack Welsh, obviously. But she is very knowledgeable from what I've read and has some good experience under her belt.

In any case, here's the curriculum of the certificate courses I took through ExpertRating, followed by links to some of the information referenced above. I think it would make a nice complement to any company’s existing program, certainly not in replace of it but in addition to it, especially by having an outside body provide the certification.

Six Sigma Green Belt Courseware
Introduction to Six Sigma
Chapter 1
Introduction to Six Sigma
Six Sigma Deployment Process
Six Sigma Implementation Process
The Six Sigma Toolkit
The Six Sigma Toolkit Continued...
Overview of DMADV or DFSS
The Define Phase
Chapter 2
The Define Phase
The Goal and Expected Benefits of the Project and Kano Model
Definition, Survey Construction and Margin of Error
Focus Groups and Critical-to-Quality Tree
Project Definition and Process Mapping
Process Mapping Continued...
The 7M Tools
Matrix Diagrams and Activity Network Diagrams
The Measure Phase
Chapter 3
The Measure Phase
Histograms and Probability Plots
Basic Process Capability and Process Variation
The Analyze Phase
Chapter 4
The Analyze Phase
Nature of Work and Flow of Work
Root Cause Analysis
Root Cause Analysis-Close
Scatter Diagram and Run Charts
Hypothesis Testing, T Tests and Chi-square Test
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Quantifying the Opportunity
The Improve Phase
Chapter 5
The Improve Phase
The Improve Phase ...Continued
The Improve Phase ...Continued
The Control Phase
Chapter 6
The Control Phase
The Control Phase ...continued
Control Methods / Tools and Techniques for Control Planning
Control Methods / Tools and Techniques for Control Planning Continued...
Chapter 7
Frequently Asked Questions

Six Sigma Black Belt Courseware

Overview of Six Sigma
Chapter 1
Overview of Six Sigma
Agents of Change
Six Sigma Implementation Process
PDCA- Plan Do Check Act
Organizational Goals and Objectives
Business Process Management
Chapter 2
Business Process Management
Voice of the Customer
Focus Groups and Critical-To-Quality Tree
Tools for Statistical Analysis
Business Results
Project Management and Selecting Six Sigma Projects
Chapter 3
Project Management and Selecting Six Sigma Projects
Planning Tools
Tree Diagram
Six Sigma Team Leadership
Team Dynamics and Performance
Team Effectiveness Tools
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Techniques
Management and Planning Tools
Prioritization Matrix
The Define Phase
Chapter 4
The Define Phase
Goals and Metrics
The Measure Phase
Chapter 5
The Measure Phase
SIPOC, Box Whisker Plots, Cause and Effect Diagrams and Check Sheets
Statistics and Probability and Collecting and Summarizing Data
Methods for Collecting Data (application)
Graphical Methods, Histograms and Scatter Diagrams
Probability Distributions Commonly Used by Six Sigma Black Belts
Measurement Systems
Process Capability Analysis
Process Performance Indices
Estimating Process Yield Through RTY and Sigma Level
The Analyze Phase
Chapter 6
The Analyze Phase
Evaluating the Regression Equation
Using the Multiple Regression Equation
Diagnostics and Hypothesis Testing
Power of a Hypothesis Test and Point and Interval Estimation
Test for Means, Variance and Proportions
Hypothesis testing for the ratio of Two Population variances
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Contingency Tables
The Improve Phase
Chapter 7
The Improve Phase
Principles of Design of Experiments
Mixture Experiments
The Control Phase
Chapter 8
The Control Phase
Selection and Application of Control Charts
PRE - Control
Understand Appropriate Uses of Moving Averages Charts
Lean Concepts
Chapter 9
Lean Concepts
Theory of Constraints
Lean Thinking
Continuous Flow Manufacturing
Non-Value Added Activities
Cycle-Time Reduction
Lean Tools
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Design for Six Sigma
Chapter 10
Design for Six Sigma
Robust Design and Process
Noise Strategies
Tolerance Design
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Design for X (DFX)
Special Design Tools

Master Black Belt Course

Chapter 1
Master Black Belt Certification
The Final Certification Test
About The Author
Enterprise-wide Deployment
Chapter 2
Enterprise-wide Deployment
Six Sigma Methodology
Business Systems and processes
Enterprise Leadership
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
Organizational Process Management and Measures
Chapter 3
Organizational Process Management and Measures
Organizational Performance Measurement
Financial Measures
Key Figures in Organizational Performance Measurement
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
Team Management
Chapter 4
Team Management
Team Formation
Project management within teams
Team decision-making tools
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Define
Chapter 5
DMAIC - Define
DMAIC Six Sigma Process
Voice of the Customer (VOC)
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Measure - I
Chapter 6
DMAIC - Measure - I
Process Characteristics
Collecting and Summarizing Data
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Measure - II
Chapter 7
DMAIC - Measure - II
Statistical Analysis
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Analyze - I
Chapter 8
DMAIC - Analyze - I
Master Black Belts and Data Analysis
Correlational Analysis
Linear Regression
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Analyze - II
Chapter 9
DMAIC - Analyze - II
Multivariate Analysis
Variation Analysis
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Improve - I
Chapter 10
DMAIC - Improve - I
Design of Experiments
Waste Elimination
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Improve - II
Chapter 11
DMAIC - Improve - II
Lean Management
Risk Analysis and Mitigation
Toolkit Comparison
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Control - I
Chapter 12
DMAIC - Control - I
Statistical Process Control
Process Control
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
DMAIC - Control - II
Chapter 13
DMAIC - Control - II
Control Chart Types
Sustaining Improvement
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
Chapter 14
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
DFSS Methodology
Process & Product Design
Special design tools
Summary of Key Concepts
Chapter Review Questions
Chapter 15
Frequently Asked Questions


Kaizen Courseware

Kaizen Certification Program
Chapter 1
Kaizen Certification Program
The Final Certification Test
Introduction to Kaizen
History of Kaizen
The Founder of Kaizen: Masaaki Imai
Kaizen Blitz
Canons of Kaizen
Purpose of Kaizen
Benefits of Kaizen
Kaizen Goals
Chapter 2
Kaizen Goals
Goals of Kaizen
Goals of Kaizen ...Continued
Kaizen Elements
Chapter 3
Kaizen Elements
Elimination of Muda
Quality Management System
5S or Cando
Emphasis on Process Oriented Thinking
Employee Involvement
Error Proofing
Visual Factory
Value Stream Mapping
Models of Kaizen
Chapter 4
Models of Kaizen
Introduction to TQM
Just In Time
Total Production Management
PDCA Cycle
Kaizen and Lean
Transition to Kaizen
Chapter 5
Transition to Kaizen
Classification of Kaizen
Understanding the Current State
Kaizen and Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
Difference between Kaizen and Western Philosophy
Communicating the Change to the Employees
Managing the Transition
Data Gathering Tools
Data Gathering Tools ...Continued
Implementation of Kaizen
Chapter 6
Implementation of Kaizen
Roles and Responsibilities
Benchmarking the Processes
Analyzing ...Continued
Training the Team

2, 700, 000 employees tested
ISO 9001-2008 company
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Fortune 500 client list
Testing employees since 2000

Scam Adviser = 100% Safe rating



ExpertRating training offers ISO 9001-2000 certified online training and testing services. They offer many training topics including instructor led classes. Beyond the online web design tutorial services, they provide exams that offer certifications. Companies can use the website to test potential applicants on their skills in specific areas. Each training session is offered with exams and certificates. Instructors are available in each course to answer questions or to offer feedback.

Standout Features:

Instructor interaction
Certificates in subject areas
Exams to demonstrate content mastery
A good range of courses
A discussion board for help
Industry certified service

Unlike training services online, Expert Training offers instructor led courseware and certificates of completion after one passes a mastery exam. This makes the company’s service unique. Each subject area is offered for a separate fee of $99. The costs can add up if one wishes to utilize multiple training sessions and there is not a multiple course discount offered.

The ability to obtain a credible certificate after completing a mastery exam is very appealing. The interaction of instructor led courseware can be extremely helpful in learning about web development topics which often require a great deal of practice for mastery. Unlike other training services, the training sessions are offered monthly and are not completely self paced. Free online tutorials are also offered with exercises to aid in recall. Some courses require the purchase of certain applications or hardware, depending on the topic.

The one problem is the costs. At $99 per training session, one’s bill can add up fast if multiple sessions are needed. Unfortunately, web development or design requires more than one training session and often requires multiple subject areas to be covered. If one is starting from scratch then the costs may be very prohibitive. Another problem is the high average technical language might be a turnoff for beginners.

Courses are offered on many computer, web design, and programming topics. For web development, they offer courses on Dreamweaver, HTML, XHTML, FrontPage, web design, SEO topics, Flash, and other areas.
Tutorial Interaction

The quality of instructor led courses is very good and the additional exercises for working on many difficult subjects is a major plus. Web design and development is a complex set of practice, interaction, and learning that can best be enhanced with instructor communications. The subject content is presented with professional language, revealing a high quality of instruction overall.

The video instructors are well qualified experts in their fields and each course presents the instructor’s biographical background. The use of discussion boards and interaction with the instructor is a major plus for the training sessions. The company is one of the few online training centers offering ISO 9001-2000 certified courses. This means that one can be assured the training is of high quality and that each certificate of completion will be respected by many companies.
Ease of Use

The ExpertRating website is fairly average in its usability. It might appear confusing to beginner learners. The language used is fairly above average for each topic which also might make the different content areas more difficult to learn. The site uses large chunks of links to navigate throughout the site, which can also appear a little complex for some users. For average to expert level computer users, the site might be easier to navigate and more acceptable in content.
Knowledge Support

While there wasn’t a knowledge or reference section, they did offer exercises, projects, and quizzes to help learn each course’s material.
Coverage of Leading Applications

Many of the courses taught through ExpertRating are a little out of date, covering applications such as Dreamweaver CS3 instead of CS4.
ExpertRating Summary:

The unique nature of the instructor led coursework is a major aid in learning about web development topics. At $99 per session, the costs may be a little high for some learners. On the other hand, one can obtain certificates of completion after finishing a mastery exam. The fact that ExpertRating is ISO 9001-2000 certified lends a great deal of credibility and respect for the certificates offered. This is a service not found on other online training websites.


Rates 4.5 out of 5 stars


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The International Criminal Court (ICC), governed by the Rome Statute, is the first permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community.

The ICC is an independent international organisation, and is not part of the United Nations system. Its seat is at The Hague in the Netherlands. Although the Court's expenses are funded primarily by States Parties, it also receives voluntary contributions from governments, international organisations, individuals, corporations and other entities.



Why choose ExpertRating for Employment Testing

Leading corporations, including several Fortune 500 companies such as Ericsson, IKEA, Fox News Channel, UPS, Elance and many more regularly rely on ExpertRating for pre-screening their talent pools. With a re-order rate of over 80% and re-order value of over 130% from our existing client base of employers, ExpertRating has established itself as a proven provider of reliable, high quality testing services.

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Large assortment of assessments developed under ISO 9001-2008 guidelines:
ExpertRating offers over 300 different skills assessments prepared by experienced domain experts under stringent ISO 9001-2008 quality norms. Our large variety of tests from a diverse skills range have helped hundreds of leading employers fulfill their employee testing needs efficiently and effortlessly. The complete list of tests for employers is available here.

Fast and reliable:
The employment testing interface has been designed for ease of test administration and reporting. Test results are compiled on-the-fly and reports from multiple tests are available to employers instantaneously. Employers have the ability to conduct multiple tests for unlimited candidates, thus making mass recruitment possible for large corporations. The average time for setting up a new employer account is just 2 minutes, and for commencing a testing program it is 10 minutes. How employment testing works.

Multiple options and flexibility of use:
The ExpertRating employee testing system offers a pay-as-you-go model which enables companies to test any number of employees through a simple interface. Some of the features that set ExpertRating's employment testing system apart from the competition are:

Simple signup. Testing can commence within minutes of signing up.
Ease of use. Single window for candidate book-up and viewing test results.
Test reports available online as well as through email.
Self explanatory employee testing system. No assistance required from ExpertRating for conducting tests.
Discounts for orders above $100. View Discount table.
Ability to customize existing tests, and offer custom tests developed by the employer.

Remotely proctored testing:
With its LiveProctor feature, ExpertRating is the only skills testing provider in the world to offer remotely proctored testing. LiveProctor is a browser based software that is automatically downloaded to the user's computer and captures essential data about the testing session to eliminate the possibility of cheating during the test. The system has proven to be an instant success with employers who are concerned about cheating in online tests, and has changed the way employers rely on remotely conducted tests. LiveProctor based testing is available to all employers who sign up for an ExpertRating employer account. To know more about LiveProctor and how it works, please visit the LiveProctor information page.


ExpertRating In The News

August 2014- Montana Department Of Transportation chooses online skill testing solutions offered by ExpertRating. It strives to provide a transportation system and services that emphasize quality, safety, cost effectiveness, economic vitality and sensitivity to the environment.

July 2014- Telecom North America chose ExpertRating as their partner to provide online skill assessment solutions. Telecom North America is an interexchange carrier licensed in all states of the USA and, via its Canadian subsidiary, in all provinces of Canada. Its subsidiary Telecom North America Mobile Inc. is a spectrum-based mobile operator (MNO) in USA, and full member of the GSM Association. The company's goal is to reduce international roaming costs, by providing various services both to end-users and to the industry.

June 2014- Tampa Housing Authority uses online skill assessment solutions by ExpertRating. Tampa Housing Authority promotes the development and professional management of a variety of affordable housing opportunities, facilities and supportive services to nurture neighborhoods, provide economic development and self-sufficiency activities for residents.

May 2014- Saturna Capital Corporation chooses online skill assessment solutions powered by ExpertRating for testing the skills of their current employees. Saturna Capital Corporation, manager of the Amana, Sextant, and Idaho funds, uses years of investment experience to aid investors in navigating today's volatile markets. Founded in 1989 by professionals with extensive investing experience, Saturna has helped individuals and institutions build wealth, earn income, and preserve capital.

April 2014- BNP Paribas chooses online skill assessment solutions powered by ExpertRating for testing the skills of their current employees. BNP Paribas is one of the best rated banks in the world (Rated AA- by Standard & Poor's.).

March 2014 - The Schindler Group chooses ExpertRating as their testing partner. Schindler designs, manufactures, installs, services and modernizes elevator and escalator systems for almost every building type. Schindler elevators move 1 billion people every day.

Feb 2014 - UPS starts using pre-employment services and instructor-led courses from ExpertRating. Founded in 1907 as a messenger company in the United States, UPS has grown into a multi-billion-dollar corporation by clearly focusing on the goal of enabling commerce around the globe. Today, UPS is a global company with one of the most recognized and admired brands in the world.

January 2014- Amadeus, which is a globally recognized, technology-driven company engaged exclusively in the travel industry, has decided to use pre-employment testing services from ExpertRating. Skills assessment tests will be provided by ExpertRating for the employment processes at Amadeus Europe.

December 2013- The Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO), one of the most successful companies in the US, chooses ExpertRating for testing the skills of its prospective employees. The GEICO provides insurance to a wide range of customers, whether they're employed by the public sector or the private sector.

November 2013- HarperCollins, winner of the prestigious Publisher of the Year award at the Bookseller Industry Awards, 2012, has started using pre-employment services from ExpertRating, comprising language skills assessment tests. HarperCollins, one of the world's foremost English-language publishers, is based in West London, England.

October 2013- Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., an acclaimed name in the knowledge industry, has started using pre-employment services from ExpertRating. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. is a global educational publisher with products that promote knowledge and learning. Skill assessment tests provided by ExpertRating are used to select appropriately skilled employees.

August 2013 - ExpertRating wins the Google SME Heroes award 2013-14 at a glittering award ceremony organized by Google and FICCI (Federation of Commerce and Industry) at New Delhi, India. This award has been instituted by Google to honor IT companies that have excelled in their domain and have leveraged the internet to grow and expand their businesses in innovative ways.

July 2013: vWriter.com, an enterprise of Takanomi Limited, chose ExpertRating Solutions as their testing service partner. vWriter is an online work exchange for content writers. ExpertRating will provide skill assessment tests to the users of vWriter.com

July 2013: EasyHyre LLC has signed a Service Level Agreement with ExpertRating Solutions. EasyHyre's online market exchange will cater to finance and accounting professionals.

June 2013: Alpine Access University has agreed to sign a Service Level Agreement with ExpertRating Solutions. Alpine Access University's online testing module will offer a platform for the students to test their skills. The online market exchange is being designed to function on the likes of Elance and oDesk.

May 2013: East Carolina University - Institutional Planning, Assessment, and Research chose to introduce ExpertRating Solutions' programs in their curriculum. The students can now enroll themselves in to the ExpertRating Green Belt program. A customized interface has been put in place for enrollment, online classroom, and testing.

April 2013: ExpertRating goes to Jamica - Jamaican National Building Society in their endeavor to build the skill sets of senior managers have chosen ExpertRating's managerial courses and assessments. The bank will conduct trainings on an on-going basis through a custom-designed interface developed to help the bank's team monitor the progress of participants.

March 2013: Alpine Access University has chosen ExpertRating as their technology partner for providing skill assessment services to visitors on their B2C job portal. The university has chosen a wide variety of tests as well as several custom developed tests for their users. The solution will be provided seamlessly through ExpertRating's API based solution.

February 2013: ExpertRating ties up with EasyHyre LLC a promising startup comprising seasoned CPAs providing staffing services to their clients in the United States. EasyHyre will use ExpertRating's testing engine along with custom-developed tests for accountants, office assistants, sales professionals and content writers.

2nd Jan 2013 The International criminal court, The Hague chooses ExpertRating's TQM and Business Analysis Certification for their employee training and testing initiative.

November 2012 The Ministry of Health, UAE chooses ExpertRating's TQM Certification for training and assessing staff skills in a large number of hospitals and medical facilities in the UAE. This is an on-going project which will be developed in Arabic during the next phase.

Sept 2012 The Workana.com Skills Marketplace chooses ExpertRating for assessing skills of their Spanish freelance workforce. A selection of 50 ExpertRating assessments have been translated into Spanish for this project.

10th July 2012 - Lancers.co.jp, Japan's largest platform for freelancers chooses ExpertRating's robust employee testing platform for certifying their global workforce. The partnership led to technical skill assessments being developed in Japanese and introduced to the Japanese public for the first time.

February 2012 - Ateeco Inc. (www.pierogies.com) chooses ExpertRating skills testing solutions for their employee testing program. Having sold more than half a billion Pierogies in 2010 and with over 12.4 million Pierogies in 14 different varieties leaving Ateeco's kitchens every week, it is the largest employer in Shenandoah.

January 2012 - Jet Airways (www.jetairways.com) runs a Nation-wide skill assessment campaign for ground staff employees across all metro cities in India. Using ExpertRating's robust testing system, the campaign was completed successfully in a single day.

December 2011 - Google (U.S.) chooses ExpertRating for testing employee skills in foreign languages. Google Inc. is the world's largest search engine and specializes in cloud development, and advertising technologies apart from search.

November 10th 2011 - Virginia International University chooses ExpertRating for delivering online certification programs to their students at Fairfax. New courses are being designed for VIU students through inputs provided by the university faculty. Virginia International University is a senior college accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award certificates, diplomas, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees.

LOS ANGELES - September 22, 2011 - ExpertRating Certified fitness professional, Katie Boyde anchors "Wicked Fit" produced by Renegade 83 ("Blind Date, " "One Man Army, " "Man, Woman, Wild"). David Garfinkle, Jay Renfroe and Mark Perez serve as Executive Producers and Sarah Weidman serves as Executive Producer for Style. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/09/22/styles-new-docu-series-wicked-fit-premieres-sunday-october-23/104569/

September 5th 2011 - Hollywood, California - August 13th 2011 - Warner Brothers Television seeks permission from ExpertRating to use their courses as props for the television series "Shameless".

Note: Had to change the word “Comput[i]ng” to “Development” since this site didn’t want to work with the word “Put[i]n”. Also, somewhere within this text was the word “lo[a]n” within the word “Slo[a]n”—God forbid—which the site didn’t like either. That’s messed up!
D  1st of Feb, 2016 by    +2 Votes
This is not true... ExpertRating is recommended for every professional who wants to gain more skills and certification as well. I received my three (3) certificates and currently enrolled for another seven (7) programs. Thanks.
D  1st of Feb, 2016 by    -2 Votes
Youc an trust ExpertRating 101%
N  6th of Apr, 2016 by    0 Votes
Thank you to those who posted useful comments based on experience and not just random opinions (or ridiculously long crap!) I have been an ASQ CSSBB for 10 years. I decided last week to up my certification to MBB. After looking at numerous on-line training sites, I decided to chose Expert Rating, for no other logical reason than the course list appeared complete and it was dirt cheap compared to others. So far, it has taken me 3 days to get through 1/2 of the course, and that is just looking at it now and then. It isn't very in depth or thought provoking... more like anything you could read on LinkedIn. I'm not bothered though... if it gets me to the MBB... it was only $195. Luckily, I already have a BB position and do not need the certificate to show an employer... but I can surely see if that is your goal, you are better off spending the money on BMGI or Villanova University has a nice program that is not too crazy priced. Good luck!
N  20th of May, 2016 by    0 Votes
I am scared. Somebody should tell me something emphatic about the credibility of ExpertRating. I cannot find Ghana and Nigeria in the list of countries.
A  2nd of Aug, 2016 by    +1 Votes
This company is a total scam! guard your card... I wish I would have read this first. there were soo many misspelled words it was pathetic! the information in the courses is totally outdated, and irrelevant. I bought two courses MISTAKE! courses are very remedial and put together by people that obviously use English as a second language. The certificate looks like it was put together by a 7 year old, cheap and very thin...
You will not learn anything new and no future employer will accept the certificate, looks fake!
N  9th of Oct, 2016 by    0 Votes
For me, the knowledge is important. not misspelled words. Also, I don't know how the information about Yoga can be outdated?! That is impossible.

Misspelled words are not a problem, if you understand what they want to say. Also, the quality of certificate is not important to someone whom is knowledge on the first place.
A  8th of Feb, 2017 by    +1 Votes
Thank you for sharing your experience. I'm glad I read this before I paid anything. Much appreciated!
D  31st of Aug, 2017 by    +1 Votes
I have taken once course through Expertrating. I found the course to be complete and well formatted. I had only one login issue. I found a contact e-mail on the website and contacted them regarding my login issues and it was immediately resolved. I studied the course material several times. I took the test and passed. A short time afterwards I received my certificate. I requested that it be laminated which cost just a little under $2. I found the certificate perfectly fine. I am not sure what people expect, however, it was a nice looking certificate and people that have seen it also thinks it looks nice. I signed up for my course over a year ago as of the time of this post (August 31, 2017) and I have had not fraud on my credit card.
I am based in the USA and do not have an issue with the company being in a different country. If that were problematic to me then I would also be limited on my choice of cars since many of them are made overseas. The same goes for numerous other products we use.
That is my experience, therefore I have to disagree with the complaint.

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