Complaints against NCCA Accredited Programs
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) will accept and process complaints pertaining to violations of its Standards for Accreditation and/or its policies and procedures in accordance with Disciplinary Policy & Procedures.
Please be aware that the NCCA can act when there is evidence of violation of one of the accreditation standards only. It does NOT have jurisdiction in enforcing eligibility or other policies and in adjudicating disputes over the interpretation and implementation for a specific organization's certification program. Appeals of any decisions must be handled through the certifying body.
Complaints must be in writing and provide details, with appropriate supporting documentation if possible, of how a particular standard, policy or procedure is being or was violated by an accredited certification program. The complainant's name and the content of the complaint shall remain confidential, unless legal requirements mandate disclosure or the complainant otherwise authorizes disclosure.
You may submit complaints to:
Linda Anguish, SPHR, GPHR
Director of Accreditation Services
2025 M Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
You may also e-mail your complaint and supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appealing Accreditation Decisions
An applicant for accreditation that is materially aggrieved by a decision or other action of the Commission may request that the Commission reconsider the action.
Use of the NCCA Accredited Program Logo
Once a program is accredited, NCCA provides its accredited program mark in various electronic formats so that the program may document its accreditation on its website or in printed materials. Programs are permitted to use only the NCCA-accredited program logo and cannot, under any circumstances, use the NCCA organizational logo to promote its accredited programs.
To request an electronic copy of the NCCA-accredited program logo, please contact us at email@example.com.