Find out about the different ways accreditation can be removed
There are 3 ways accreditation can be removed:
Your organisation can ask for accreditation to be relinquished if your organisation:
To relinquish your accreditation, you need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with:
If accreditation is relinquished, your organisation can still apply for it again in the future.
Once your organisation is accredited, you will have regular assessments. As part of this process, Te Kāhui Kāhu will check your organisation is still eligible for accreditation.
If you’re no longer eligible, Te Kāhui Kāhu will remove your organisation’s accreditation status.
If you are no longer eligible for accreditation, you can apply when you are eligible again.
If issues or concerns are raised about your organisation’s accreditation, Te Kāhui Kāhu will be talking to the relevant contracting agencies for your organisation. We will be letting them know about the issues and that suspension may be an option.
We may suspend your organisation’s accreditation and ask you to address the issues or concerns. If they aren’t addressed, we may then remove your accreditation – this is called revocation.