Learn More About Creating A Program Framework – Barton Anderson to Present on this Topic at the Accreditation Conference!

Barton Anderson is an Associate Professor and Clinical Education Coordinator at AT Still University.  He teaches clinical courses within both the residential post-professional masters program and the online doctor of athletic training program.  Bart currently serves as a member of the CAATE Standards Committee, the Chair of the Arizona Athletic Trainers’ Association Communications Committee, and the EMR Manager for the Athletic Training Practice Based Research Network.  He earned his BS in Sports Medicine from Missouri State University, his MS in Sports Health Care from AT Still University, and his DHSc from Nova Southeastern University.

Identifying Your Program Framework

The proposed Standards for accreditation of professional programs provide the opportunity for programs to clearly identify their programmatic framework, including essential program elements and how they’re connected.  This plenary session will discuss the identification of program framework components, including core principles; strategic planning; curricular design, curricular planning and sequencing, and the assessment plan, as well as discuss other proposed Standards that are related to the framework development.  Program administrators will have the opportunity to work on their own program’s framework during facilitated break-out sessions.

Please visit our Accreditation Conference Webpage to view the program, register for the conference, learn more about available workshops, and to find additional information on hotel availability and ground transportation.  Questions regarding the Accreditation Conference can be directed to support@caate.net.