Reaccreditation Change Update 07/03/18
7 March 2018
We apologise for the ongoing delay:
- Unfortunately, the new system of Reaccreditation is still not ready to be launched.
- This is largely due to the technical requirements of the new database and website being more complex than our supplier had originally allowed for.
- It is now likely to launch later 2018 – we will update you on this as soon as we can.
- In the meantime, all accredited members will remain accredited without making their online declarations of accreditation or submitting anything.
- It remains important that you continue to keep up your supervision and CPD and you can keep your own records using the forms below.
How the new process will work
- The new process involves you making an online declaration that you are meeting the required standards of CPD and supervision every year. No documents are submitted at this point.
- You will be invited to make this declaration on anniversary of your accreditation or reaccreditation date (regardless of the year). Eg. If you were awarded full accreditation in March 2015, you will make your online declaration each year in March.
- You must be in clinical practice to make the declaration, so if you take a leave of absence, please notify us and you will be given an extension.
- The same process will apply to supervisor and trainer reaccreditation and you will make both or all declarations on the same date – this will be the anniversary of the last accreditation you received.
- You will receive an email one month prior to your anniversary date inviting you to make the declaration.
- The process is subject to random audit. Each year 20% of accredited members will be asked to submit their records of CPD and supervision for the previous twelve months. The earliest this may happen is one year after you have made your first online declaration.
- If the submitted records are not satisfactory, the auditors will give a period of time in which to submit additional records.
- Failure to make your online declaration (after several reminders from the BABCP office), and failure to submit satisfactory additional records to the auditors within the allotted time will result in self-removal from the CBT Register UK.
The new guidelines
The guidelines for the new reaccreditation process have slight changes to the previous guidelines. These downloadable documents outline the new guidelines for Practitioner as well as Supervisor and Trainer accreditation:
In the meantime:
Please continue to keep your own records of CPD and supervision. If you wish you can use the existing forms –