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QIC Accreditation certifies that an organisation is participating in an ongoing Review Cycle, including a successful external assessment against the QIC Standards.
Hence the requirements for accreditation are that the organisation:
* Note that 'active participation in the QIC Review cycle' means that the organisation satisfactorily completes an Internal Review, External Review and Quality Workplan, with assessment against all applicable standards. For organisations assessed against the 5th Edition Standards (before December 2010) the applicable standards include the QIC Core Standards plus QIC's Service Specific Standards and/or QIC endorsed standards which apply to the services provided by the organisation. For organisations assessed against the 6th Edition Standards (from 1 April 2010) the applicable standards are the QIC Health and Community Services Standards 6th Edition and QIC endorsed standards (where appropriate).
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QIC has a process for formally endorsing standards produced by other bodies. QIC has endorsed the following standards (the Standards' auspice is in brackets):
For more information about these requirements, contact the QIC Secretariat or a Licensed Provider.
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