Accreditation Tip - Self-Audits and Annual Reporting

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Maintaining accreditation in the years between your initial accreditation and reaccreditation is a simple process; but if you were not the person who originally brought accreditation to your organization, the annual reporting can look overwhelming. Yet, maintaining compliance with the ANSI/IACET 1-2018 Standard for Continuing Education and Training during the five years before reaccreditation is an important part of being an Accredited Provider (AP).

Accreditation Tip of the Month - After Accreditation, What Comes Next?

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You have earned accreditation. Well done!  This is not the end however, but merely the beginning of your relationship with IACET.  For the application to have been successful, you had to provide important documentation to show compliance.  This continues on an annual basis as long as you are an accredited provider.  You will need to submit documents and answer questions to maintain your status as an Accredited Provider. 

Beware of Copycat Accreditations That Lack Integrity

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Not long ago, the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) was asked about a certain international organization that was advertising its new continuing education and training accreditation program.  IACET’s staff examined the new organization’s website and found that a large portion of its content was copied verbatim from IACET’s website.

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