ISRP gains accreditation to offer two new training programs

In November 2020, ISRP was selected, along with 11 other training institutes in France, to offer professional certificates for doctor’s assistants. This new profession was created by the French Ministry of Health as part of the “Ma Santé 2022” (“My Health 2022”) plan, with the aim to provide highly-skilled assistants for doctors working in private practices to enable them to focus less on administrative work and more on their medical practice. Numerous training centres responded to the call for tender, and ISRP’s excellent application was among the top ones submitted.

In April 2021, ISRP’s application to deliver both levels of the National Certificate for Intervention in Autism (CNIA) was approved by the French National Group of Resource Centers for Autism (GNCRA). The training program was developed by the National Autism Strategy, launched in 2018 by President Macron and carried out by the French Ministry of Health with the aim to standardize the approach of all caregivers, including family and healthcare professionals working with children with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The first intake for the program will start training in January 2022.