Becoming an accredited practitioner
An accredited practitioner is a member recognised by the Network as having completed training and provided evidence that they understand and can apply the principles of SROI by having submitted an sroi analysis that has met the requirements of the assurance process.
Accredited practitioners have opportunities to become involved in the assessment of reports.
In order to become an accredited practitioner, applicants will need to
The assurance process is designed to judge an individual’s understanding of SROI principles. Applicants will declare that they are the author and provide proof that the permission of the organisation has been granted in submitting the report. The cost of assurance is £490+VAT.
A successful applicant will be granted Accredited Practitioner status for 3 years. This will be extendable to 5 years with the timely submission of a further report. After this period permanent status can be applied for by providing evidence of continuing involvement & professional development in SROI
Find out more in the Accreditation Application Process document