RO Certification SVRO
The objectives of the foundation are stated in the SVRO By-laws. The By-laws state the obligations that the foundation links to this as well. Every year an annual statement is prepared that is available to the members of IIA. The By-laws also describe the regulations for joining the register and maintaining in the register, as well as the duties, obligations and authorizations of the board.
The board assesses all submitted applications once a month. For each application, the SVRO checke to see whether the requirement of three years of relevant work experience has been met. This relevant work experience may have been gained before, during and/or after the post-master course. The board assesses whether the work experience is relevant in the context of being able to function as an RO and looks back up to a maximum of five years prior to the date of the application. The board also determines whether the realized, relevant hours of experience are sufficient, assuming 1300 hours on an annual basis. If the assessment is positive, you will be informed about this by email.
After this approval by the board, your application will be made public, so that any objections can be made to the board. To this end, your name will be published on the IIA website for 1 month. If no objection has been made after 1 month, you will be added to the register and you will receive a written confirmation of this. You will also receive an invoice for the one-time registration costs of €115. If the board does not give approval for (direct) registration, you will be informed about this as well. You can then file an objection with the board, which will judge your appeal.
The board has currently received the following requests for registration in the register.
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