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Accreditation
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Overview

 
 

The accreditation system is up and running once again!

 

 Here are some key pieces of information you need if you are considering applying:

 

The current fee for applications is £200, payable when you submit your application

Detailed information on what you need to do to apply, including a list of the criteria by    which your application will be assessed, is given in the resources listed below. It is essential that you familiarise yourself with the content of these before beginning your application, in order to avoid your own wasted time and disappointment.

If you have any queries about the resources listed below – or when you are ready to begin preparing your application - please contact Suzi Curtis, Accreditation Lead, at suzi.curtis@btinternet.com or on 07889 718828. Please do not use the email address given in the accreditation film as this is no longer in use!

Current active accreditors are: Martin Bohn, Kidge Burns, Suzi Curtis and Clive Whittaker

We also have an Accreditation Review Group which oversees the system and the criteria. Current members of this group are : Jim Bird-Waddington, Martin Bohn, Suzi Curtis, Chris Iveson, Harry Korman, Mark McKergow, Greg Oberbeck, Biba Rebolj, Ben Scott and John Wheeler.


The resources you need are here:


Accreditation film
: This film, lasting approximately an hour and a half, guides you through the accreditation process criteria.  It includes video clips giving examples of accreditable solution focused practice as well as a step-by-step guide to applying – available to members only.

Becoming a UKASFP-accredited solution focused practitioner: this is a detailed description of the accreditation process and criteria. This page is accessible to members and non-members.

Accreditor & applicant notes: this is a more discursive explanation of the accreditation criteria, with accompanying video clips (extracts from the full film) giving examples of accreditable solution focused practice – available to members only;

Documents: Downloadable (pdf) versions of the documents Becoming a UKASFP-Accredited Solution Focused Practitioner and Notes for accreditors and applicants – available to members only