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GrandFathering ICCCP & (F)

The College has launched a Board-Certified Professional Credential, the ICCCP(F) & ICCCP!

International Certified Cost of Care Professionals, ICCCPs have the specialized expertise in performing a comprehensive and systematic analysis of, & making recommendations for an individual’s current & future needs, & related costs as a result of disability arising from catastrophic injury or chronic health care needs. ICCCPs make recommendations based upon published standards of practice, comprehensive assessment, case & forensic data analysis & research pertaining to the client & the disability. Registrants with this specialty possess a unique set of knowledge, experiences, skills, as well as the ability to determine & apply strategies, which are used in ascertaining a client’s current & future needs & related costs for judicial prognosis, as confirmed via the College’s certification & exam process.

Who Should Apply?

Experienced life care planners with the current credentials, CLCPs, CCLCPs, who want to strengthen their practice & defensibility for medical-legal work & have their qualifications & experience recognized & maintained by a Board-Certified College.


CVRPs, CCRCs, CRCs, CCMs, CVEs, CCVEs, ICVEs who have been doing life care planning/cost of care but have not yet challenged a credential.

The College is opening the Grandfathering Phase of the ICCCP(F) & ICCCP Credential First!

Current CLCPs/CCLCPs Eligibility for Fellowship in International Certified Cost of Care Professional, ICCCP(F) 
a) confirmation of possession of CLCP or CCLCP credential in good standing; &
b) completion of the ICCCP exam in order to provide assistance in peer validation of the exam; &/or

Plus (3 of the following 6 categories are met):
c) confirmation of testimony as an expert witness in court in successfully defending life care plan(s)/cost of care reports; &/or
d) proof of publication of a peer-reviewed article in a recognized publication; &/or
e) taught life care planning/cost of care certification-related courses at or through a recognized institution; &/or
f) made presentations as a subject matter expert at recognized conferences where a minimum of 8 certification education maintenance credit hours in total were awarded (including credit for speaker preparation hours) or would be eligible for awarding of CEUs; &/or
g) experience in doing peer-reviewing for life care planning/cost of care credentialing; &/or
h) participation in life care planning exam question development.

A successful ICCCP(F) applicant will be awarded 12 ICCCP CEUs for participation in life care planning exam in beta version.

Grandfathering to ICCCP 
a) CVRP credential in good standing; or a CCRC, CRC, CCM, CVE, CCVE, ICVE; &
b) confirmation of having completed life care plans &/or authoring or co-authoring life care plan/cost of care reports; &
c) successful completion of peer-review of a redacted life care plan/cost of care report by the College; &
d) successful passing of the College’s ICCCP exam, minimum 70%.

 Candidate would be eligible for the ICCCP Fellowship, if the candidate meets 3 of the 6 criteria for Fellowship as detailed in items “c” through “h” above.


New ICCCP Applicants – Coming Soon!
a) CVRP credential in good standing; or CCRC/CRC, CCM or equivalent credential; &
b) completion of College-approved training submitted in writing to the College (including consideration for post-approval), completed & confirmed in writing with a certified life care planner totaling a minimum of 800 mentoring & supervision hours (which is the equivalent of the number of instruction hours required for university credit) to include topics such as:

• introduction to life care planning, professional & ethical issues, evidence-based standards of practice, medical rehabilitation determination & cost projection;
• judicial & professional witness expectations;
• catastrophic injuries in children & adults such as amputation, brain injury, spinal cord injury, chronic pain;
• pediatric life care planning issues such as brachial plexus, cerebral palsy, childhood abuse;
• other life care planning issues such as aging, & life expectancy;
• vocational, avocational, & education issues;
• development of a life care plan report structure & format;
• replacement & valuation of valuable services;
• pricing, offsets for ordinary expenses, & replacements frequency; &

c) successful completion of peer-review of redacted life care plan report by the College; &
d) passing of the College’s ICCCP exam, minumum of 70%.

If you would like more information, contact info@cvrp.ca.