Certification with GCLA provides an opportunity to academic institutions to demonstrate their abilities and commitment to maintaining their programs' quality and that their programs are performing at the level required by the professions they serve. Programs continue to undergo periodic evaluation to ensure that they continue to meet quality standards set by that profession. The result provides lasting benefits to trainees/students, the institution, employers, the professions, and society as a whole. When you've become GCLA-certified, it means that you've received international recognition of quality; it promotes "best practices" in education, and directly involves the faculty and staff in self-assessment and continuous quality improvement processes. The certification and certification process yields a wealth of information that programs can utilize to deliver the very best education for students.
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Agencies that choose to go through the process and comply with set standards gain both professionalism and recognition. When the agency improves its methods and services, it builds understanding, confidence, and morale within the agency and with the citizens it serves. The certification process establishes norms by which agency performance can be measured, primarily through written directives that become the reference by which action is taken and tasks accomplished. The process also develops personnel systems, such as selection, hiring, internal discipline, and others, to become effective, responsive, fair and equitable.
The goals of the certification process include increased confidence in the goals, objectives, policies and practices of the agency; the enhancement of capabilities in the prevention and increased effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of services; and increased cooperation with the community and other law support agencies. The GCLA certification Process is a proven modern management model; once implemented, it presents the organization, on a continuing basis, with a blueprint that promotes the efficient use of resources and improves service delivery-regardless of the size, geographic location, or functional responsibilities of the agency.