Renewing ICAF & ICAT Certification

 

Who must Renew

All Intermodal Creative Arts Facilitator (ICAF) and Intermodal Creative Arts Therapist (ICAT) certifications must be renewed every-other year. This means, for example, that if you received your certification in 2016 it would need to be renewed in 2018, and again in 2020, and continue needing to be renewed on the even years; if you received your certification in 2017 it would need to be renewed in 2019, and again in 2021, and continue needing to be renewed on the odd years.

 

How to Renew

  1. Click on the appropriate payment button below for your certification to make your online payment
  2. Complete the address information in the message form immediately below the payment portal to make sure we have your most current address and email to send your updated certification.

 

Payment

CELA accepts cash, check, debit, and credit card payments through PayPal using the PayPal Payment & Check-out portal below.

 

All payments must be received on or before December 31st of any year. If you are making a late renewal payment, a late fee of $10 will be charged. Please select the appropriate button for your payment.

 


PayPal Payment & Check-out:

sc-but-03USE  ICAF Renewal – $50

sc-but-03USE  ICAT Renewal – $50

sc-but-03USE  ICAF Renewal (LATE) – $60

sc-but-03USE  ICAT Renewal (LATE) – $60

 

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Amounts are in US dollars (USD). All payments are through PayPal. Tuition and fee amounts are subject to change without notice. The most current tuition and fee amounts are posted on the CELA website.

 

 

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