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Introduction to Standards

An Introduction to Standards: Why, where and how are they developed?

This course will provide a brief overview of standards, defining types as well as key definitions and terms. The course will then describe ANSI’s role in the standardization process. Lastly, the process by which ANSI participates in the international standardization arena will be covered, along with an overview of regional and international organizations.

This course is divided into the following modules:

  • Introduction to Standards
  • ANSI’s Role in U.S. Standardization
  • ANSI’s Role in International Standardization

Note: Upon request, this course is available free of charge to universities for use in course curricula.
Please contact lrajchel@ansi.org for details.



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