Partner logos - transition



New partnership logos


AO partner logo
Official CIMSPA Awarding Organisation Partner logo (from March 2019)

Training provider partner logo
Official CIMSPA Training Provider Partner logo (from March 2019)

NOTE: this partnership category was previously named: "skills development partner".

HE partner logo
Official CIMSPA Higher Education Partner logo (from March 2019)

Employer partner logo
Official CIMSPA Employer Partner logo (from March 2019)


New Endorsed Logos

Official CIMSPA Endorsed Professional Standards logo (from March 2019)
  • This logo signifies that a regulated qualification is CIMSPA endorsed and is fully mapped against a CIMSPA professional standard.

Official CIMSPA Endorsed logo (from March 2019)
  • This logo signifies that a piece of CPD is CIMSPA endorse and is mapped against a CIMSPA professional standard.



New points logos

Official CIMSPA CPD points logo(from March 2019)
  • This logo signifies that a piece of training or CPD has been allocated a specific number of CPD points.
  • This logo could also be used in conjunction with a CIMSPA endorsed logo to represent endorsement against a professional standard.


Legacy partnership logos

AO legacy partner logo
Awarding Organisation Partner logo
  • This logo is still valid, but has now been replaced by the new awarding organisation partner logo (above).

Unified partner legacy logo
Unified partner logo
This logo is still valid, but has now been replaced by:

  • The Employer Partner logo (see above)
  • The Training Provider Partner Logo* (see above)

*CIMSPA renamed the partnership category “Skills Development Partner” as “Training Provider Partner” in March 2019.


Legacy endorsement / recognition logos


Endorsed standards legacy logo
  • This logo signifies that an education programme is fully endorsed against CIMSPA professional standards.
  • CIMSPA has now rebranded.
  • This logo is still valid, but is being phased out.

Endorsed CPD legacy logo
  • This logo signifies that an education programme is endorsed by CIMSPA against the previous generation of occupational standards as part of transitional arrangements.
  • This logo is still valid, but will be discontinued as providers migrate their education products to endorsement against professional standards.

CIMSPA legacy 4 point logo
  • This logo signifies that a piece of training or CPD has been allocated CIMSPA points and has been endorsed against other standards e.g. National Occupational Standards but has not yet been mapped against the CIMSPA professional standards.
  • This logo is still valid, but is being phased out as part of changes to the CIMSPA CPD policy.

Endorsed developmental legacy logo
  • This logo signifies that an education programme is recognised by CIMSPA as contributing to the professional development of sector individuals.
  • This logo still valid, but is being phased out as part of changes to the CIMSPA CPD policy.

  • This logo signifies that a piece of training or CPD has been recognised has been allocated CIMSPA CPD points to contribute to the professional development of sector individuals.
  • This logo is still valid, but is being phased out as part of changes to the CIMSPA CPD policy.

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