Accredited Professionals need to renew their IEA Accreditation biannually by:

  • Earning 50 points per 2-year period (see Ways to Accrue Accreditation Points)
  • Complete the Accredited Professional (AP) Renewal Form you receive
  • Reading, agreeing, signing and adhering to IEA’s Ethical Guidelines and Code of Ethics
  • Paying the biannual Professional Accreditation fee of $150

Accreditation Renewals are reviewed and approved by two members of the IEA Accreditation Review Committee

Once your renewal application has been approved and your fee has been paid, you will receive an accreditation logo for your use during the duration of your accreditation period.

In order to maintain Professional Accreditation, IEA Global membership at the Professional level must be maintained.

Ways to Accrue Accreditation Renewal Points

  • Enneagram training completed (1 point per hour, 8 points maximum per day of training) from an IEA accredited training program and/or school.
  • Practical Enneagram related professional experience, including teaching/facilitating Enneagram-based trainings, workshops, retreats, etc., providing one-on-one therapy or coaching, and performing other Enneagram related work. Since it is difficult to provide an exhaustive list of what experiences would receive points, points will be approved by the IEA accreditation committee on a case-by-case basis, and applicants may be asked to provide additional information about their professional work with the Enneagram.
  • Education: Newly attained (within last two years) advanced degree in related field including psychology, philosophy, theology, spirituality, among others (up to 50 points for a doctorate and 25 points for a Master’s degree).
  • Newly licensed (within the last two years) by government regulatory authorities in related field including psychology, philosophy, theology, spirituality, among others (20 points).
  • Enneagram related publications within the last two years (10 points for articles in Nine Points Magazine, 20 points for articles in peer reviewed Enneagram Journal, and 50 points for books or dissertation). Translation into English may be requested. (Maximum points allowed in the category: 50).
  • During the last two years, presenting at/attending any IEA sponsored conference, including the conference of any IEA affiliate. (25 points for attending an IEA conference and 10 points extra for presenting).
  • If any individual has relevant experience that is not included here, that individual may submit a request to the IEA accreditation committee and it will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis within the above listed categories.
Accredited Enneagram Schools need to renew their IEA Accreditation annually by:

  • Complete the Accredited Enneagram School (AES) Renewal Form you receive and submit with required documentation
  • Reading, agreeing, signing and adhering to IEA’s Ethical Guidelines and Code of Ethics
  • Paying the Accredited Enneagram School renewal fee of $75

Accreditation Renewals are reviewed and approved by two members of the IEA Accreditation Review Committee

Once your application has been approved and your fee has been paid, you will receive an accreditation logo for your use during the duration of your accreditation period.

In order to maintain Enneagram School Accreditation, Enneagram core faculty members must maintain their Professional Accreditations, which requires that they also maintain their IEA Global memberships at the Professional level.

Accredited Training Programs need to renew their IEA Accreditation annually by:

  • Complete the Accredited Training Program (ATP) Renewal Form you receive and submit with required documentation
  • Reading, agreeing, signing and adhering to IEA’s Ethical Guidelines and Code of Ethics
  • Paying the Accredited Training Program renewal fee of $75

Accreditation Renewals are reviewed and approved by two members of the IEA Accreditation Review Committee

Once your application has been approved and your fee has been paid, you will receive an accreditation logo for your use during the duration of your accreditation period.

In order to maintain Training Program Accreditation, teachers delivering the program must maintain their Professional Accreditations, which requires that they also maintain their IEA Global memberships at the Professional level.