Guyana's National Accreditation Council
The National Accreditation Council of Guyana has been established by an Act of Parliament Act number 12 of 2004 The National Accreditation Act. This Council according to Act 12 of 2004 is the principal body in Guyana for conducting and advising on the accreditation and recognition of educational and training institutions, providers, programmes and awards, whether foreign or national and for the promotion of the quality and standards of education and training in Guyana.
As one of the function of the NAC, we offer several services as it relates to quality assurance at the Post secondary or Tertiary level. These include registration of institutions within and outside of Guyana which offer courses in Guyana, accreditation of programmes, advice on the recognition of foreign institutions of education and training and their awards and to determine equivalency of programmes and qualifications in accordance with the framework established for the Caribbean Community.
The Chairman and members of the Council are all representatives of Stakeholders of Education in Guyana.