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Accreditation Types

Certified Sports Professional:

A certified ISPA Credentialed Professional receives a full ISPA credential and a listing on the International Register. ISPA selects professionals very carefully and accepts only the most qualified individuals. Certified professionals are broken into three levels based on the level of enhancements they wish to receive. Click the following link to see a breakdown of the fee structure and benefits: ISPA Fee Structure.  Click here to fill out the Application.

Diplomate:

This is the highest level of accreditation ISPA provides. In addition to all the benefits of a certified member, a Diplomate receives special designation and exclusive services and opportunities. These are individuals who have vast experience in their respective field(s). A Diplomate is someone who has reached the highest level of distinction in their field. Furthermore, a Diplomate is someone who has a genuine passion for sports and is steadfast in their promotion of the ISPA ideals. Simply put, a Diplomate is the elite of the elite. Diplomate is by invitation only.

Provisional Member:

A provisional member is someone whom ISPA feels will be qualified in the future to be certified, however something is currently missing that prohibits them from becoming a fully certified ISPA Credentialed Professional (i.e. still working towards their degree or not enough experience). A provisional member receives many of the great benefits that certified members receive . Students will typically fall under this category. Click the following link to see a breakdown of the fee structure and benefits: ISPA Fee Structure. Click here to fill out the Application.

If you are unsure of which level of accreditation to apply for, please fill out the Certified Credentialed Professional application. The selection committee will determine the credential for which you are qualified.

International Sports Professionals Association

The only Internationally recognized Sports Accreditation Authority