04 August 2017

Assessor Licensing Scheme: two years of progress

The new report summarizes the impacts of the ALS in its first two years of operation and identifies challenges and opportunities ahead

This is what the ALS has accomplished in its first two years!
It’s been nearly three years since we launched the HCV Assessor Licensing Scheme (ALS) to raise the quality of HCV assessments around the world, so it’s a good time to ask how we’ve been doing. Between launching the ALS in October 2014 and the end of last year, we systematically collected data from HCV assessments submitted by licensed HCV assessors to evaluate what the ALS has achieved, where it has been working well and where it could be doing better.
Our new report summarizes the impacts of the ALS in its first two years of operation and identifies challenges and opportunities ahead. We hope you will join us in celebrating how far we have come, but acknowledging how much work we have to do, and that you will be inspired to continue supporting the good work of the ALS!

Visit our Library to read the report in several languages.

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