This self-assessment tool has been developed for leaders and managers of services supporting male victims/survivors to help them establish whether they should commence accreditation for the Quality Standards for Services Supporting Male Victims/ Survivors.

For a service to become accredited, it must achieve a ‘Minimum Practice’ for each standard and demonstrate a commitment to achieve ‘Best Practice’ in future assessments.

For the purposes this self-assessment, you are required to indicate whether you believe your organisation has Fully Met, Partially Met or Not Met the standards at the present time.

This document should be viewed in context alongside the Implementation Guidance for Commissioners and Service Providers and the Evidence Guidance and Planning Tool, which provides a comprehensive overview of the standards, their rationale and examples of evidence that could be used to demonstrate compliance.

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Last modified: Wednesday, 31 January 2018, 1:37 PM