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Accredit your Center

 

"CAPS Certificates of Accreditation" are awarded to licensed and registered kindergarten, schools and child care providers which meet the eligibility requirements and the Quality Standards for CAPS Accreditation.

Being certified will improve your center’s prospects and improve the image of your institute thus attracting more and better quality clients.

As an accredited certification centre you will benefit from:

- Curriculum enrichment

- Positive Impact on qualified employee recruitment

- International Recognition

- Display CAPS’s accreditation logo on your website, printed documents and in your advertising

- Free participating in special CAPS events (such as deans & directors conference, annual CAPS conference, etc.)

CAPS’ Technical Scientific Committee (CTS) has provided content standards which form the foundation for accessing all individual or center-based physical education curricula, helping insure that every child and adolescent is physically educated through active play and PE lessons. CAPS administers accreditation programs through Global Standards developed by World Health Organization (WHO) for physical activity, sedentary screen time and sleep in early child care and  International Standards for Physical Education and Sport for School Children developed by International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, and Dance (ICHPER•SD) and United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

CAPS accreditation assessors are rigorously trained to evaluate programs consistently and reliably. Ongoing training and reliability testing ensures that assessors are accurate in their assessments; this, in turn, guarantees the integrity of CAPS Accreditation. The assessors know how to objectively evaluate programs' practices and merit to effectively recognize high-quality education in every setting. It is this understanding that inspires them to help programs build on best practices to create high-quality environments for children.

The CAPS accreditation process has a total of four phases:

1. Application phase
2. Assessment phase
3. Accreditation phase
4. Surveillance phase

The phases in detail:

1. Application phase

  • The accreditation procedure begins by filling online initial application form though CAPS website
  • Optionally, clients can also contact CAPS through email (info@capsworld.org) for an advance discussion to obtain information on the intended accreditation or the accreditation procedure.
  • The CAPS  reviews the application in coordination with the CAPS division in charge.
  • Following a successful review of the application, the assigned manager will inform the applicant the amount of Accreditation fee which is determined based on applicants country and other indices. Then the applicant should pay 50 percent of Accreditation fee as an application fee.
  • In relation to the application a cost estimate and contract between CAPS and the client is sent to the client for signature.

2. Assessment phase

  • During the second phase of the accreditation procedure, CAPS will initially review the submitted documents, followed by a site visit on the agreed date if needed. The scope and duration of the assessment will depend on the accreditation type.
  • The results are documented in an assessment report.
  • Variations noted in the report may be rectified by the client by implementing the relevant corrective measures within two months following the assessment date. They will then be subjected to another review and assessment.

3. Accreditation phase

  • In this phase, an accreditation committee evaluates the assessment results and decides on whether the accreditation should be granted.
  • CAPS certifies the successful completion of the accreditation phase with a notification on accreditation the accreditation certificate.
  • The accreditation is subsequently listed in the database of accredited bodies in CAPS website

 

4. Surveillance phase

  • Accreditations are valid for 2 to 4 years depending on the accreditation type. To ensure that proof of competence can be provided during this time period, CAPS also conducts two to three surveillances at fixed intervals.

Before expiry of the accreditation the renewal process can start according to the same modalities as for initial accreditation

 

Fill following form to apply for CAPS Center Accreditation

 

Accredit your Event

The CAPS welcomes applications for event accreditation for organizations that provide educational events related to Children’s Active Play and sport Programs.

Being certified will improve your event’s prospects and improve the image of your event thus attracting more and better quality clients.

As an accredited certification event you will benefit from:

- Content enrichment

- Facilitation of access to CAPS international speakers

- Positive Impact on qualified speakers recruitment

- International Recognition

- Display CAPS’s accreditation logo on your website, printed documents and in your advertising

- Event promotion and marketing through CAPS website and its global partners and national branches

This event approval applies only to the agenda, content, timing, and dates submitted with your application. If there are any changes to this event, including the addition or cancellation of dates, changes to content, changes to timing, or changes to location, you must notify CAPS immediately or the approval may be invalidated. An additional event application and/or fees may be required to process changes or updates.

The CAPS accreditation process has a total of four phases:

1. Application phase
2. Assessment phase
3. Accreditation phase

The phases in detail:

1. Application phase

  • The accreditation procedure begins by filling online initial application form though CAPS website
  • Optionally, clients can also contact CAPS through email (info@capsworld.org) for an advance discussion to obtain information on the intended accreditation or the accreditation procedure.
  • The CAPS  reviews the application in coordination with the CAPS division in charge.
  • Following a successful review of the application, the assigned manager will inform the applicant the amount of Accreditation fee which is determined based on applicants country and other indices. Then the applicant should pay 50 percent of Accreditation fee as an application fee.
  • In relation to the application a cost estimate and contract between CAPS and the client is sent to the client for signature.

2. Assessment phase

  • During the second phase of the accreditation procedure, CAPS will initially review the submitted documents, followed by a site visit on the agreed date if needed. The scope and duration of the assessment will depend on the accreditation type.
  • The results are documented in an assessment report.
  • Variations noted in the report may be rectified by the client by implementing the relevant corrective measures within two months following the assessment date. They will then be subjected to another review and assessment.

3. Accreditation phase

  • In this phase, an accreditation committee evaluates the assessment results and decides on whether the accreditation should be granted.
  • CAPS certifies the successful completion of the accreditation phase with a notification on accreditation the accreditation certificate.
  • The accreditation is subsequently listed in the database of accredited bodies in CAPS website


 

Application for CAPS Event Accreditation

 

Accredit your Curriculum

"CAPS Curriculum Certification" is awarded to licensed and registered kindergarten, schools and child care providers or individuals who meet the eligibility requirements and the Quality Standards for CAPS Accreditation. If you or your organization provides any form of live or online training or courses related to Children’s Active Play and Sports, apply for this accreditation. Curriculum Certification is a specialized copyrighted program certification process developed by CAPS to assist educational facilities and training institutions for aligning their educational process to meet educational standards

Being certified will improve your center’s prospects and improve the image of your institute thus attracting more and better quality clients.

As an accredited curriculum center or individual, you will benefit from:

- Curriculum enrichment

- Positive Impact on your clients

- International Recognition

- Display CAPS’s accreditation logo on your website, printed documents and in your advertising

- Free participating in special CAPS events (such as deans & directors conference, annual CAPS conference, etc.)

The Curriculum Certification process is based on a thorough review of criteria used within the training program.  Curriculum Certification can be completed in a short period of time, with minimal effort and less cost.

Generally CAPS requires copies of specific portions of this information along with samples of class and study materials already in use.  Certification is generally issued for 3 to 5 years based on the country and the level of certification and is a renewal is required annually with only a short form to be completed.

CAPS’ Technical Scientific Committee (CTS) has provided content standards which form the foundation for accessing all individual or center-based physical education curricula, helping insure that every child and adolescent is physically educated through active play and PE lessons. CAPS administers accreditation programs through Global Standards developed by World Health Organization (WHO) for physical activity, sedentary screen time and sleep in early child care and  International Standards for Physical Education and Sport for School Children developed by International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, and Dance (ICHPER•SD) and United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The CAPS accreditation process has a total of four phases:

1. Application phase
2. Assessment phase
3. Accreditation phase
4. Surveillance phase

The phases in detail:

1. Application phase

  • The accreditation procedure begins by filling online initial application form though CAPS website
  • Optionally, clients can also contact CAPS through email (info@capsworld.org) for an advance discussion to obtain information on the intended accreditation or the accreditation procedure.
  • The CAPS  reviews the application in coordination with the CAPS division in charge.
  • Following a successful review of the application, the assigned manager will inform the applicant the amount of Accreditation fee which is determined based on applicants country and other indices. Then the applicant should pay 50 percent of Accreditation fee as an application fee.
  • In relation to the application a cost estimate and contract between CAPS and the client is sent to the client for signature.

2. Assessment phase

  • During the second phase of the accreditation procedure, CAPS will initially review the submitted documents, followed by a site visit on the agreed date if needed. The scope and duration of the assessment will depend on the accreditation type.
  • The results are documented in an assessment report.
  • Variations noted in the report may be rectified by the client by implementing the relevant corrective measures within two months following the assessment date. They will then be subjected to another review and assessment.

3. Accreditation phase

  • In this phase, an accreditation committee evaluates the assessment results and decides on whether the accreditation should be granted.
  • CAPS certifies the successful completion of the accreditation phase with a notification on accreditation the accreditation certificate.
  • The accreditation is subsequently listed in the database of accredited bodies in CAPS website

 

4. Surveillance phase

  • Accreditations are valid for 2 to 4 years depending on the accreditation type. To ensure that proof of competence can be provided during this time period, CAPS also conducts two to three surveillances at fixed intervals.

Before expiry of the accreditation the renewal process can start according to the same modalities as for initial accreditation

 

 

Application for CAPS Curriculum Accreditation