New Self-Paced Training to Introduce You and Your Team to COA Accreditation

Unsure about accreditation with COA? This is a great place to start. OR, are you in the process of COA accreditation and need to develop buy-in and support with your team? This can also be a great tool.
NAME  Introduction to COA Accreditation
COST  Free
TYPE  Self-Paced
APPLIES TO 
  All COA Accreditation Programs* 
  Except: Hague Accreditation and Approval
  (International Adoption Programs)
AUDIENCE  Program Director; Quality Improvement Director;
  CEO; Your Accreditation Coordinator
TIME  35 minutes

*Unsure which Accreditation applies to you? Click here and scroll down to
"Accreditation Programs"

This new self-paced training is a great way to introduce the Council on Accreditation (COA) to new organizations or to new staff. Designed for people with little or no knowledge about COA, participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA and elements of COA's accreditation process and standards.

Register for this free self-paced training here.  

WHO IS ACCREDITED?

Private Organization Accreditation

Lutheran Social Services of New England is a high-performing nonprofit organization. LSS is a powerful difference maker and go-to resource, driving ourselves to constantly anticipate futures that are different from the past. For 140 years, LSS has been caring for people in need in New England.
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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Judy Kay, LCSW

Volunteer Roles: Peer Reviewer; Team Leader

In administration for 22 of 24 years at Child Saving Institute, a COA-accredited not-for-profit child welfare agency in Omaha, Nebraska. Retired approximately two years ago, I moved to Tucson, Arizona, where I advocate for children's rights as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer to three young children.
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