The assessment covered many aspects of the Laboratory's quality system as well as the intricate details of the following seven accreditable
disciplines: controlled substances, firearms and toolmarks, latent prints, questioned documents, serology and DNA, toxicology, and trace evidence.
In their desire to control the educational process and make it accountable, this government is in danger of reducing it to the testable and accreditable
It has largely evaluated the practice of mental health practitioners who have used psychological interventions as part of their work, but rarely evaluated practitioners who have completed an accreditable
training in these methods.
The need to incorporate content relating to social policy, community organization, administration, and nonclinical group work into an accreditable
curriculum often leads to the assignment of clinically prepared faculty to teach such content.
Key issues in the surrounding debate include `transferable skills' and `skill transfer' as teachable, assessable and accreditable
elements of course content or as emergent properties of unspecified HE processes (THES/HEc, 1997).
The following table (Pierce, 1995) illustrates the decline in the number of agencies accredited and displays the ratio of accredited agencies to potentially accreditable
At the same time, by examining both institution-specific and general expectations for academic degrees, they learn to categorize accreditable
knowledge in terms that the academy can recognize.