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IACP Accreditation Re-Instatement Policy

The IACP Re-Instatement policy is available to previously accredited members that have cancelled their accreditation and now wish to resume their accreditation with IACP. 

Requirements for Re-Instatement of Accreditation depend on how long your membership has been cancelled:

Cancelled less than 2 months

Cancelled between 2 months and 2 years

Cancelled between 2 years and 7 years

Cancelled for 7 years or over- you must apply for First Time Accreditation

Requirements:

  • Cancelled less than 2 months
  • The individual must submit a letter  detailing why they allowed their membership to lapse. This will be reviewed by the Accreditation Department and may be referred to the Accreditation Committee if deemed necessary. If membership lapses on more than one occasion, this will be referred to the Accreditation Committee. The individual must undergo Garda Vetting again.
  • Cancelled between 2 months and 2 years
  • The individual must submit a letter detailing why they allowed their membership to lapse. They must also advise whether or not they have been seeing clients during the lapsed period and whether or not they have been in supervision. This will be reviewed by the Accreditation Department and may be referred to the Accreditation Committee if deemed necessary.  If membership lapses on more than one occasion, this will be referred to the Accreditation Committee. The individual must undergo Garda Vetting again.
  • Cancelled between 2 years and 7 years
  • The individual must submit a letter detailing why they allowed their membership to lapse. They must also advise whether or not they have been seeing clients during the lapsed period and whether or not they have been in supervision. This will be reviewed by the Accreditation Department and may be referred to the Accreditation Committee if deemed necessary.  If membership lapses on more than one occasion, this will be referred to the Accreditation Committee. The individual must undergo Garda Vetting again.
  • Cancelled for 7+ years
  • The individual must apply for First Time Accreditation under present rules. 
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  • Applicants must be Garda vetted, for details please contact the Accreditation Department on accreditation@iacp.ie .
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  • How to apply if your membership is cancelled between 2 years and 7 years: 

Part A of the application form should be completed when applying for the Re-Instatement of Accreditation. This should be accompanied by the
processing fee of €100.
After 12 months, once you meet all the above requirements, please complete Part B of the application form and return it to the IACP office.

All applications are at the discretion of the Accreditation Department and Re-instatement of Accredited Membership is not guaranteed.

Please note that Re-Instatement of Accreditation is not available to those whose Renewal of Accreditation has been unsuccessful. These applicants must apply for First Time Accreditation. 

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