The University Accreditation Committee advises on matters pertaining to pre-registration education within the Republic of Ireland.
This involves the accreditation of four courses; degree courses at:
and the Masters’ Course at the University of Limerick and any pre-registration courses that may be developed in the future.
The Committee advises on matters pertaining to post registration CPD and accreditation of short courses and its remit includes the following:
Special Interest Groups (SIG) are professional communities that focus on specific areas.
The Website Committee advises on website administration, maintenance, and development tasks, including the management and prioritisation of tasks for contracted website developers. The tasks include:
The Advocacy Committee is proactive in promoting the value of the Speech and Language Therapy and strengthening the voice of the SLT profession.
The Committee raises the concerns of its members in appropriate forums and advocates on behalf as SLTs as a profession. Its remit includes preparing Pre Budget submissions and drafting press releases.
The Editorial Committee oversees the publication of the IASLT's peer reviewed journal.