Program accreditation is an external content-review process of training programs against a specific set of standards, whereas Institutional Accreditation is an external review process for overall institutional quality.
Megram has been actively involved in professional program accreditation for over a decade through its management of the Association of Accrediting Agencies of Canada (AAAC).
We helped establish the Canadian Association of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology in 2005 and we manage their accreditation program which currently involves 11 Canadian faculties.
Certification recognizes competence and promotes continuous learning following certification. The process of obtaining designation is rigorous, demanding, and introspective. Designations are required by many professions that are not subject to licensure as a competence indicator.
Megram manages the professional designation program for the Canadian Evaluation Society through an automated process which is part of the custom-build membership management system that we developed for the Society.
Megram manages the professional designation program for the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada including database maintenance of continuing Education Credits earned by members to maintain their professional designation.
- We have many years of hands-on experience in the accreditation of professional programs in Canada, allowing staff at all levels to continually interact with and learn from accreditation experts from coast to coast.
- We are experienced managers of professional designation programs, including various certification processing processes.
- Our experience managing international organizations, events and travel makes us a logical choice for managing your international reviews as well.
- Our knowledge of accreditation processes and life cycles could be a great asset to your organization and save you valuable training time. We can hit the ground running and ensure a smooth accreditation process.