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IPC Certification Programme - Process and Levels
Building IPC Capacity through Knowledge, Practice and Professional Standards
The IPC Certification Programme aims at qualifying IPC practitioners professionally. It is relevant for food security experts who are engaged or want to involve in IPC activities at global, regional and country levels.
The IPC Certification Process is designed to ensure that applicants acquire and prove:
There are three IPC certificates and related credentials:
Each level of certification includes specific requirements, what the certification qualifies the person to do, and process for certification registration. Read More > IPC Certification Programme presentation.
IPC certification is not mandatory to get involved in IPC activities. However, for the sake of sustainability and increased technical rigor, all IPC stakeholders, in particular the national IPC Technical Working Groups (TWG), are encouraged to get IPC certified.
Overview of the Certification Requirements and Qualifications
* Please note that an IPC Level 1 online course is under development and, once released, it will integrate the IPC Level 1 Test.
IPC Cross-country Learning Exchange Programme
In the framework of the Certification Programme, the IPC Global Support Unit has implemented the Cross-country Learning Exchange Programme, which aims at facilitating the IPC Certification process, allowing food security experts who are engaged in IPC activities to meet the requirements to get certified as IPC Trainers/Facilitators.