Certificate Programs

A certificate level program is considered to include a higher level of learning than a regular continuing education program. To be accredited as a certificate program, a continuing education program must meet specific conditions relating to application of learning, learner assessment and the certificate of completion.

A certificate may issued only for a programs accredited as a certificate program. Other continuing education programs may issue a statement or letter of attendance.

For more information on the requirements for Certificate Program accreditation, click here.

Competency-Mapped Accreditation

Competency-mapped accreditation is an enhanced accreditation process for certificate programs that reviews the objectives and content of the program to ensure that the program meets a pre-determined set of requirements or standards for a subject area.

For information on Competency-Mapped accreditation, click here.

The current Competency-Mapped Accredited program is:  

Competency-Mapped Accreditation is under development for the following areas:

  • Sterile Compounding
  • Minor Ailments Prescribing
  • Lab Tests

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