Promote Your Accreditation

We know accreditation is a concept that is often difficult to explain. COA offers a promotional toolkit to help you communicate the value of accreditation and strategically leverage your accredited status. In addition, COA offers a communications consultant that can assist you with customized solutions for promoting your COA accreditation. To receive complimentary technical assistance with promoting your accreditation, send an email to Emily Brush or contact Emily at 866.262.8088, extension 264.

Each item in the tool kit should be used at the discretion of the individual program. Please note that some of the items contained in the Tool Kit may not apply to your program.

Instructions

Promotional Toolkit Guide 
This guide offers ideas and information to help you explain and promote your accreditation.

COA Logo Usage Guidelines
A guide to utilizing COA logos

Template Documents for Internal and External Stakeholders

COA Accredited Logos
JPG and EPS logos to communicate your COA accreditation


Press Release
A template press release for communicating your accreditation to the media

Social Media Communications
Template posts, tweets, and updates for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn profiles

Memo to Leadership, Administrators, Staff, Contractors, and Volunteers
A letter template for communicating accreditation to your internal stakeholders

Communication Email for Customer Inquiry
A sample accreditation communication for email customer inquiries

Email for Customers
An email template for communicating accreditation to your customers

Email for Supporters
An email template for communicating accreditation to your supporters

Memo to Partner Organizations
A letter template for communicating accreditation to partner organizations

Verbal Update Script
A sample script for verbally communicating accreditation

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Private Organization Accreditation

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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Mike Angstadt

Volunteer Roles: Commissioner; Hague Evaluator; Lead Evaluator; Peer Reviewer; Team Leader

Serving as a Team Leader for COA has been an enriching experience in many ways. Utilizing the Contextual Accreditation process to discern the means in which agencies, offering a variety of services, located throughout the US, Canada ,the Philippines and other countries provide best and most promising practices to their consumers has been particularly rewarding. read more>>

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