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    The ICFP hosts development sessions to forensic practitioners on an ongoing basis.  To register for the next event, please select events and complete the online registration form.

  • ICFP Development sessions

    The ICFP hosts development sessions to forensic practitioners on an ongoing basis.  To register for the next event, please select events and complete the online registration form.

  • Why become a member of the ICFP?

    The ICFP creates credibility for the Forensic Practitioner by ensuring:

    • Competent entry level forensic resources are developed;
    • Professional development and standards are developed and adhered to;
    • Members are regulated;
    • Network and information sharing opportunities are created.
  • Why become a member of the ICFP?

    The ICFP creates credibility for the Forensic Practitioner by ensuring:

    • Competent entry level forensic resources are developed;
    • Professional development and standards are developed and adhered to;
    • Members are regulated;
    • Network and information sharing opportunities are created.

Welcome

The Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners is a self-regulatory body mandated by its members to Cohere, Co-ordinate and Regulate the commercial forensic profession in South Africa.

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What credits can I claim?

Structured and unstructured activities
 
Structured activities
 
  • Attending or presenting courses, congresses, seminars, workshops, lectures and conventions which are related to the field of commercial forensics;
  • Attending meetings of technical committees;
  • Researching/reviewing or writing of technical publications;
  • Compiling technical papers;
  • Attending ICFP events.
Unstructured activities
 
  •  Reading of technical and industry related literature;
  • Attending training and skills development that enhances soft skills, Microsoft Office, presentation skills etc.

See the CPD policy for more details.

 

Cohering and regulating South Africa’s commercial forensic industry is relevant to all major role-players and stakeholders both interested in and involved in addressing commercial crime and other forms of abuse in the commercial environment.

 

The Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners (ICFP) is proud to announce that the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) has approved the recognition of the ICFP as a professional body. 

SAQA also approved the registration of the designation “Commercial Forensic Practitioner (FP)SA”.

The National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Act requires the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to recognise
professional bodies and register their professional designations on the NQF. This only happens if the professional body meets
the SAQA Policy and Criteria for recognising professional bodies and registering professional designations.

Benefits of being a SAQA recognised professional body: