Termination of Accreditation

If the Accredited Training Provider wishes to terminate its Accreditation, it may do so by means of the provided facility on the Provider’s registration form at the Society’s online ATP management system.

No refund of part-expired annual fee will be made in the case of termination part-way through an Accreditation Year.

The Society may terminate the authorisation without notice or compensation, block access to the ATP Management system and remove the ATP’s forthcoming courses in the event of:

a) conduct which brings the Society and/ or its training programme into disrepute

b) the provider becoming insolvent and an order made in insolvency proceedings

c) the provider failing to pay the annual fee prior to the renewal date

d) the provider displaying claims of accreditation before completion of the registration process is complete and the relevant fee paid.

e) the provider fails to complete the post-event record keeping and / or to submit any and all questionnaires completed by delegates, including non-members.

The Society may require the Provider to show cause why its registration should not be cancelled where

– there is complaint that the course was not of the quality or standard advertised

– there is complaint that the course administration or venue were unsuitable

– the provider registers one or more courses that are not applicable to the Society’s members

– the provider delays completion of the post-event record keeping and / or submission of any and all questionnaires completed by delegates, including non-members.