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The IP3P is the IP3 standard that defines the elements of what constitutes an IT Professional. The standard specifies the requirements that a professional IT certification program needs to contain and defines the minimum professional standards for the professional certification.
IP3 accreditation provides a means to increase the international acceptance of professional IT certifications. It establishes a framework for comparison of different professional certification programs that lead to a common understanding between different countries and will facilitate portability of professional membership. A good example of this is the professional membership recognition that exists between the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and the Canadian Information Processing Society CIPS), both IP3P accredited and accepting each others professional certifications. Mutual recognition does come with a number of safeguards. It provides the right to the association to refuse to admit an individual into its professional membership in keeping with its entry rules. It also provides the right to impose local top-up requirement if required (i.e. a local language test).
Material Principles of Mutual Acceptance
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