Are you a member yet? Membership is open to all and is the first step towards accreditation.
Stages of EBPT Accreditation
We are pleased to announce that we have now launched our accreditation for EBPT practitioners.
To be eligible for accreditation, you must have completed a BABCP accredited CYP IAPT Parent Training For Conduct Disorder course. This means you will have met all the EBPT Minimum Training Standards required for Accreditation with BABCP.
Provisional EBPT Accreditation - This is the first Stage. Provisional accreditation lasts for 12-24 months.
Full EBPT Accreditation - Is the second stage. You should apply 12-24 months after receiving your Provisional award.
EBPT Reaccreditation - One year after receiving your Full EBPT Accreditation, you will need to submit a Declaration of Reaccreditation. You will be asked to make this declaration each year on the anniversary of your Full EBPT award. This is supported with an audit.
Criteria for Provisional EBPT Accreditation
Application Forms and Guidelines
Consult our Guidelines document throughout your application.
EBPT Provisional Accredited Course Application Form (Word)
EBPT Provisional Accredited Course Guidelines (PDF)
Please email your completed application and attached documents to: email@example.com
Please enter in the subject line of the email – EBPT Accredited Course Provisional Application, your name and BABCP membership number.
You must complete all sections of the form and ensure all information is correct at the time you submit the application.
Criteria for Full EBPT Accreditation
EBPT Full Accreditation Application form and Guidelines
Please consult our Guidelines documents throughout your application to ensure you complete your application correctly.
EBPT Full Accreditation Application Form (Word)
EBPT Full Accreditation Guidelines (PDF)
Some of the documents you will submit with your application require signatures from you or other people. We are in the process of updating our documents to incorporate electronic signatures. In the meantime, here is some guidance on how to validate a document or provide proof of identity if signatures aren't possible.
Log Book: CBT Clinical Supervision (Word)
You can email us with queries about this at firstname.lastname@example.org