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ICREPs OFFICES

ICREPs administrative office is in Christchurch, New Zealand.

ICREPs members operate in the Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, United Arab Emitates, Spain, UK and United States of America.  To contact an ICREPs recognised registration body directly, please select one of the logos as the bottom of this page.

CONTACT ICREPS

ICREPs contact details are as follows:

W: www.icreps.org

E: info@icreps.org

M: PO Box 22114, Christchurch 8140, New Zealand

International portability questions

Exercise professionals wishing to inquire about international portability of your qualifications/registration, please follow the procedure below:

  • If you completed your qualification/registration within an ICREPs member country (e.g. UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa etc) then contact the registration body in that country first (click on the logos at the bottom of this page).
  • If you completed a qualification from a country that does NOT have an ICREPs member, and wish to travel to a country that DOES have an ICREPs member, then contact the ICREPs member in the country you are going to (do this before you get there, so you know what to expect).
  • If you completed a qualification from a country that does not have an ICREPs member, and wish to travel to a country that does not have an ICREPs member, then ICREPs and its members are unable to assist.  We suggest you contact potential employers in that country and ask what standards they expect you to meet.

Important: Please do NOT contact ICREPs directly about such questions.  You will simply referred back to the ICREPs member in the country you qualified/intend to move to.

ApPLICANT DUE DILIGENCE

A legally registered entity (training organisation) in the country they are delivering structured education against a syllabus. A training provider will have tried and tested protocols, systems and processes covering learner enrolment, delivery of education, formative and summative assessment methods, communication infrastructure, record keeping, recruitment of faculty, data protection and legal policies.


As well as providing adequate learning support services to their students, training providers must have suitably qualified staff (technically and professionally qualified tutors, assessors and internal quality assurers) who are all familiar with assessment methods. The tools used to measure the requirements for the unit standard and/or qualification must be fair, valid and reliable, and used to enhance learning.


The financial health of the legal entity (training organisation) on applying must be soluble and the organisation must demonstrate capacity to grow.