The process will be in the form of a visit and inspection of both the national training headquarters and to a sample of active training centres / clubs. A standard information form or 'score sheet' should be used as a prerequisite to the accreditation visit. This will contain all of the relevant data to assist the inspection process, to be completed by the MNA and submitted to the ISAF Training and Development Manager with the request for an initial inspection.
The accreditation programme is envisaged as a progressive and continuous process.
For MNAs wishing to undergo the Inspection for ISAF Recognized Training status but who are in need of guidance on the 'level' of their current programme, ISAF is able to fully fund a maximum of three Training Review visits per year. The ISAF Nominated Expert will visit your MNA and help you to complete an audit of all criteria covered in the official accreditation guidelines in order to offer advice for further development (if needed) or to confirm that the programme is ready for full inspection.
Applicants for this are considered on a case by case basis and all enquiries should be made to the ISAF Training and Development Department.