ACPA: Special conditions: February 2013
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We have placed special conditions on the Association of Certified Project Accountants for their QCF qualifications.
|Awarding organisation||Issue||Action taken||Case status|
|Association of Certified Project Accountants (ACPA)||Development, delivery and award of Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) qualifications||Imposed special conditions (at recognition)||Open|
On 12 February 2013, we accepted ACPA’s application to be recognised for Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) qualifications.
At the same time, we decided to impose special conditions on ACPA. This is because:
- ACPA is a new regulated awarding organisation and its processes and practices for the development, delivery and award of qualifications have not yet been implemented and tested
- during the application process, ACPA identified a number of new ways of working and practices that they intend to implement following recognition
- we want to make sure that ACPA’s processes and procedures, including the new ones introduced following recognition, are working as intended
We will keep these special conditions under review, and will remove them when they are no longer necessary.