The old adage that says "if it's not written down, then it didn't happen" is wise advice for program directors navigating the accreditation process. Written policies and procedures are critical
The old adage that says “if it’s not written down, then it didn’t happen” is wise advice for program directors navigating the accreditation process. Written policies and procedures are critical elements of accreditation and are vitally important to identifying exactly what your program stands for. These core expectations form the foundational basis on which you will build the Program. This class will review the expectations for written policies outlined in the CAAHEP Standards and use a discussion-based format to describe best practices for developing, editing, and modernizing policy manuals. This collaborative conversation is designed to combine experienced and novice program directors, discuss lessons learned, and offer networking opportunities.