ICPA Certification and Diplomate Programs:
The entire 360 Hour Diplomate program consists of:
Diplomate Part One: The ICPA 180-hour Certification Program (C.A.C.C.P.)
The certification program consists of 15 modules: 13 classroom modules and 2 Practice Based Reseach modules (PBRN). The classes are taught by the leading authorities in chiropractic family wellness today. Special emphasis is placed on hands on adjusting techniques and practical information so that attendees can return to their offices and implement what they have learned immediately. All techniques taught in the certification are those techniques currently taught in CCE approved chiropractic colleges. All clinical curriculums foster evidenced based practice.
These certification classroom hours are open to both chiropractors and students.
The two required PBRN research project module substantiates both practical and clinical competency. It is completed once the candidate is licensed and in practice, therefore it is open only to chiropractors.
The entire 180 hours for Certification is referred to as Part One because it provides the initial 180 hours towards Diplomate status.
The 360 hour Diplomate program consists of the 180 hour Certification Program (Part One) and the remaining 180 credit hours for Diplomate status (Part Two). Part Two is open to graduated, licensed chiropractors. It consists of research projects and classroom hours. Enrollment in Part One is a prerequisite to begin accruing credits from Part Two. You can register for the ICPA Diplomate Program while you are taking the 180 hour classroom hours
The Webster technique Certification is an optional qualification earned by participants of the ICPA's Perinatal Class taught by Dr. Jeanne Ohm.
Class attendees are given a practical exam for Webster technique proficiency upon completion of the course. Candidates are eligible to test with current ICPA membership. Continued recognition of Webster Certification status comes with on-going ICPA membership.
About the ICPA Academic and College Co-sponsorship:
The ICPA offers advanced quality chiropractic seminars committed to providing the doctor of chiropractic with the most up to date information and skills pertaining to the care of children and pregnant mothers. Our classes are renowned for their hands on, practical, clinical content. Join us and acquire the skills to better care for the families in your community.
- The Entire Diplomate Program is co-sponsored by Cleveland Chiropractic Colleges.
- Additional post graduate sponsors of the Certification Program include: Northwestern Health Sciences University, Life University, and Parker Chiropractic College.
The ICPA Certification/Diplomate program is endorsed and certified by the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice. Visit the Academy Board and the current Diplomates here: www.chiropracticfamilypractice.org