What Is It?

ICREPs Ltd operates an education provider accreditation programme called International Accreditation of Exercise Educators: (IAEE) designed to assist providers in countries where no register for exercise professionals exists, showing that their qualification meets a benchmarked international standard.

If you are operating in a country where there is an ICREPs member (click here to view current members) – please contact them directly for details on how to be a recognised provider.

If you are operating in a county where there is no ICREPs member then there are 2 options that you may wish to consider, as shown on this page.

The Process

It's As Easy As 1, 2, 3!

1: Submit Application

Complete the form below to get
the application process started.

2: Complete Payment

Process the payment relevant
to your application type.

3: Review & Approval

Our 3rd party reviewers will
evaluate your programme.

eligibility Pre-Check

A few quick things to check before we get started

Let's Get Started

Provider Accreditation Programme Application Form

Step 1 of 2

  • E.g: ABC Fitness Education
  • E.g: ABC Fitness Education PTY LTD

 

Confederation Members

Australia

Canada

India

Ireland

New Zealand

Poland

South Africa

United Arab Emirates

Spain*

(Associate Member)

United States Of America

ICREPS APPLICANT COUNTRIES – APPLICATION CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW

China

Tunisia

Qatar

Iran

We are also in contact with organisations in the following countries

Organisations in the following countries are also setting up national registers.

Egypt

Greece

Germany

Saudi Arabia

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.

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.