At the May meeting of CoA in Barcelona, IFEC Toulouse was accredited for a 3 year period – the maximum for an initial accreditation. The Evaluation Report recognised the positive academic environment present at IFEC Toulouse in addition to the clear strategic objectives, and strong and cohesive leadership found at the institution. IFEC is committed to developing and expanding the institution within the higher education sector in France.
ECCE is pleased to announce that SDU re-accredited for a 5-year period by the Commission on Accreditation at a meeting in Barcelona in May 2013. During the on-site visit in February 2013 the Evaluation Team recognised the dedicated leadership provided by the Director of Studies in raising the profile of chiropractic within the University.
The ECCE AGM took place in Brussels on 29 November to 2 December 2012. Representatives from ten countries were in attendance.
Real Centro Universitario Escorial-Maria Cristina was granted accredited status for three years at a meeting of the European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE) in Brussels on 2 November 2012.
ECCE is pleased to announce that the Department of Chiropractic and Somatology, Durban University of Technology has been re-accredited for a period of 4 years.
WFC Education Conference in Perth, Australia from 26 to 29 September: Translating Evidence into Practice
The educational and healthcare world is increasingly aligned with evidence‐based practice. What is being done and what must be done by the chiropractic profession in undergraduate, graduate and continuing education to meet the needs of students, clinicians and patients. This conference will address all aspects of the subject.
The ECCE is pleased to announce that the Anglo European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth has been reaccredited for a period of five years until 2017.