CERP Providers

CERP PROVIDERS:
Education providers who want their educational activities recognised as continuing education suitable for International Board Certified Lactation Consultants® (IBCLC®) may apply to become a CERP Provider. Individuals, independent educators, hospitals, academic institutions and professional associations are among the types of entities that can become CERP Providers.

 

SHORT TERM PROVIDERS
Short Term Providers (STPs) must submit each educational activity to IBLCE for consideration and may not assign CERPs to their education. IBLCE has the sole authority to review and assign CERPs to education provided by STPs. STP status is valid for 1 year.

Short-Term Provider Online Application (Americas & Israel Only) English Language
Providers located in the Americas & Israel can now submit their application completely online. Please visit the Tier Information Chart to identify your payment category.

Please carefully review the STP Online Application Manual before beginning the application process. If you have questions about the online application process, please email cerps@iblce.org 

Short-Term Provider Guide

Speaker Disclosure Form

STP Online Application Tier 1

STP Online Application Tier 2

STP Online Application Tier 3

Short-Term Provider Online Application (Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Asia-Pacific & Africa Only)
Providers located in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Asia Pacific & Africa must submit a paper application to their regional office.

Short-Term Provider Guide

Short-Term Provider Application Packet

 

LONG TERM PROVIDERS
Long Term Providers (LTPs) are recognised by IBLCE as having met the requirements that will allow them to assign CERPs to their education. LTPs may assign CERPs to education that they provide but may not assign CERPs to education offered by any other provider. LTP status is valid for 3 years.

Long-Term Provider Guide

Long-Term Provider Application Packet

 

All CERP Providers are expected to adhere to the IBLCE Minimising Commercial Influence on Education Policy.