Course One! Accreditation Training Session #3: Brea

January 19, 2018 9am-3pm
Brea Civic Center, 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, CA


In an effort to assist our accredited schools and provide an overview to non accredited schools we are inviting schools to send one or more representatives to this accreditation training program. The program consists of four sessions that address the basic issues of the accreditation process. Attendance at these sessions will keep the "accreditation expert" informed about current accreditation requirements, and help to train the "accreditation novice" who needs to be informed well in advance of the self-study year. Course content is based on the ACSI REACH 2.1 Accreditation Manual that will be your guide for your renewal self-study.  
This session we will cover:

·        Completing the REACH Self-study Manual 
·        Committee On-site Visit Details



Please RSVP to accreditation_CAHI@acsi.org



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