The explosion of new, non-degree credentials has made it difficult to determine program quality and value. Accreditation enables credentialing organizations to demonstrate to the profession it represents, and to the general public its certificants serve, that their program has met the stringent standards set by the credentialing community. Accreditation provides credibility and legitimacy to a program because it proves that the program has been evaluated by third party oversite. The below tools share case studies and resources showing how accreditation leads to quality assurance and why it is important for your program.
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