World Elite trainer organisation WTEO PMU are an independent evaluation
of conformity assessment against recognised standards to ensure
their impartiality and competence.
Through the application of international standards consumers
can have confidence in us as an awarding organisation.
Standards of our organisation play an important role in
the International Quality Infrastructure.
They help to ensure consumers can have the confidence that
products and services they purchase meet our regulatory requirements.
Standardisation within the Industry by our organisation –
creates the national and international standards
that describe good practice in how things are being done.
We ensure that those who carry out training ,conformity assessment,
testing, certification and inspection are competent to do so.
The WETO PMU ensures that products and services from which ever
country of origin, meet standards of quality and safety.
The WETO PMU ensures that standards, specifications and
conformity assessment methods are the same, allowing one certificate or
certification to be recognised around the world.
Quality is a measure of excellence or a state of being. It describes
something, either of how it was made, or how it is compared to others.
Quantity, on the other hand, is the extent, size, or sum of something.
It is countable or measurable, and can be expressed as a numerical value.
Quality and Quantity are two terms that one often comes across, especially
in business, research, physics, and even in everyday life. The main difference
between quality and quantity is the fact that quality refers to the characteristic
or feature of something, whereas quantity refers to the numerical value of
Quality is subjective, whereas quantity is not.
In business, there has been a continuous discussion on the basis of Quality vs Quantity.
There are many Trainer or Academy’s managers who focus on quantity as opposed
to quality of work. There are very few that prefer quality over quantity.
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