Accreditation

 

The National Association of Community Legal Centres (NACLC) National Accreditation Scheme for community legal centres is designed to promote best practice and consistent high-quality services by member community legal centres around Australia.

Accreditation for community legal centres in NSW is a joint process between the National Association of Community Legal Centres and Community Legal Centres NSW.

To become accredited, a community legal centre must demonstrate compliance with nationally consistent service standards. In order to become a full member of Community Legal Centres NSW, a centre must satisfy all of the requirements of the National Accreditation Scheme.

Community Legal Centres NSW employs a Capacity Building Coordinator who, among other responsibilities, conducts on-site visits with every community legal centre in NSW and makes assessments and recommendations for whether the centre meets the requirements of the National Accreditation Scheme.

 

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