What makes the ICPA Certification so sought after? The ICPA curriculum sets the standard for safe and effective family wellness chiropractic care. With over 150 classes held worldwide annually, our program is widely accessible and is taught by the leaders in the field. Special emphasis is placed on hands-on adjusting techniques and practical information to implement into your practice immediately. Through our Certification Program, you will achieve a level of mastery and confidence in your technique and clinical application of class content. You will also improve your ability to educate on the goals of chiropractic care and the profession.
What techniques are taught in the Certification Program? All techniques taught are those currently taught in CCE approved chiropractic colleges. These include Thompson, Diversified, Gonstead, Logan, and SOT. All are adapted for children and pregnant women.
What are the requirements to achieve Certification (CACCP)? The Certification Program consists of 200 hours (60 hours in-person): 20 courses and a final exam. You must complete all required hours and pass the final exam in order to achieve CACCP status.
When can I start the ICPA Certification Program? As a licensed DC, you may start attending seminars at any time. Effective 1/1/2020, students may begin attending seminars when they are in their last year of school.
How long does it take to complete the Certification Program? The Certification Program is a 200-hour program. In-person classroom seminars are scheduled to take place over a time period of 14 months to 2 years, varying by location. The ICPA recommends that each candidate complete all seminars and register to take the exam within 3 years. After this time period, there may be new requirements to be fulfilled before the candidate is eligible to register for the CACCP exam. Online classes can be completed at any time within the 3 years.
Do I have to take the modules in a specific order? We recommend the scheduled sequence for your best learning and practical application, however, you are not required to take the seminars in any specific order.
Can I attend seminars in more than one location? Yes, you can take the classes in more than one location.