Our National Recognition and International Accreditation at Canada are used in this context as a mark of assurance that the programs, and the institution as a whole, meets the standards set by the accrediting body.

The outcome of a successful program accreditation at our Canadian Accrediting Agency may include one or more of the following:

  • Graduates are able to practice as a professional in a specific field, and in some cases receive a license to practice that is required by law;
  • Graduates are granted chartered status;
  • Graduates are granted exemption from all or part of professional exams;
  • Graduates are eligible for entry to membership of a professional association or learned society;
  • The programme is confirmed as meeting externally designated standards and quality.

In any event, “Accreditation” is a voluntary process that gives public recognition to institutions that meet certain standards. It is a promise that an institution will provide the quality of education it claims to offer and provide consumer protection.

Accreditation assures the student that the institution operates on a sound financial basis, has an approved program of study, qualified instructors, adequate facilities and equipment, effective recruitment and admission policies, and advertises its courses truthfully.

Accreditation assures the student that the institution operates on a sound financial basis, has an approved program of study, qualified instructors, adequate facilities and equipment, effective recruitment and admission policies, and advertises its courses truthfully.
Other Functions of Accreditation:

Other Functions of our National Recognition and our Canadian Accreditation:

  • Verifying that an institution or program meets established standards;
  • Assisting Alumni with After-Graduation Services;
  • Assisting Students in determining the acceptability of transfer credits;
  • Protecting students interest;

Why is accreditation important?

Although graduating from Accredited Programs does not guarantee jobs or licensure for individuals, it may facilitate such achievement. It reflects the Quality by which an educational institution or a program conducts its business. It speaks to a sense of public trust, as well as to professional quality.

As a Student:

Accreditation provides assurance that the program in which you are enrolled or are considering enrolling is engaged in continuous review and improvement of its quality, that it meets certain standards in the profession, and that it is accountable for achieving what it sets out to do.

As a Faculty Member:

Accreditation provides a formal process for ongoing evaluation and improvement of the program and faculty development outcomes, a process by which faculty, students and administration can work together in advancing the educational institution’s mission.

As a Professional:

Accreditation provides a forum in which educators and practitioners of your filed can exchange ideas on future needs of the profession and ways in which to best address these needs in professional education and training.

As a Member of the Public:

Accreditation ensures public accountability of a program or an institution — that it has the means and demonstrates the outcomes for its educational process that are consistent with its goals and objectives.

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