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BAA and Course-Events Organisers
BAA no longer "accredit" events with a points value. The act of accreditation implies that a course has been verified to meet educational standards leading to a recognised qualification. To achieve accreditation there should be an audit process in place which verifies these standards are met. BAA does not offer this level of support. The allocation of points historically was based on counting the number of hours that a course was run for. It doesn't need a CPD committee to do this.
BAA are committed and focused on promoting the need to be registered and to undertake CPD. BAA acknowledge that continual on going development for qualified professionals to support maintaining relevance, keeping up to date, practising skills and looking for ways to improve services is crucial to patients and professionals.
Therefore BAA welcome providers to come forth with "training/development" events that benefit the audiology profession.
BAA commits to support members by signposting and encouraging them to undertake courses and use resources available to enable CPD maintenance. and continual improvement.
BAA welcomes and actively encourages course providers to keep working with the Audiology population for on going training and development purposes.
BAA do not give permission for the use of their main logo on any course promotion or certificates.
Cost of Promoting Course/Events
Courses can be promoted on the BAA website and via the Horizon’s newsletter. A fee applies to this whether the course is run for commercial gain or not. BAA reserve the right to promote BAA organised activities free of charge.
Please review the page on advertising for how to promote a course to BAA Members Advertising