Provisional accreditation 'screens out bad eggs' and does not subvert standards, says Dalriada

James Phillips
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Around 40 trustees have been given provisional accreditation by the APPT
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Around 40 trustees have been given provisional accreditation by the APPT

Provisional accreditation of professional trustees is necessary to ensure the speedy removal of “unscrupulous individuals”, Dalriada Trustees has said in defence of the process.

Amid the ongoing Covid-19 crisis and its inhibiting factors on normal activities, granting preliminary accreditation "satisfies demand from trustees" who cannot gain full accreditation due to the i...

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James Phillips

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