The Coordinator, Program Accreditation is responsible for supporting the program accreditation process, assessing applications for accreditation of programs containing professionalism content and ensuring the applications are processed and approved or denied within fifteen business days of the application date. The incumbent will be responsible for communicating with Law Society employees, licensees and external providers about their program applications and will respond to queries from licensees and providers about the accreditation process. In addition, the incumbent is responsible for assessing, processing and following up with applications for accreditation of alternate eligible educational activities involving professionalism content.
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