CCAB Accreditation

We are currently making changes to improve the CCAB site and resources, and thank you for your patience during this process. All of the accreditation handbooks can be found under current resources below.

**BREAKING NEWS**

We have been contacted by a number of people who are struggling to meet the current grandfathering deadline of 31st July 2019. Therefore, it has been decided that as long as the following has been received by 31st July, you will be granted a three month extension for submission of your short and long case studies:

• Pre-Certification application form

• Notification of grandfathering intention (via email to asabaccreditation@gmail.com)

• Full payment (pre-cert and grandfathering where applicable)

To clarify, the above needs to be received by 31st July 2019 and the short and long case histories that form the full application needs to be received on or before 31st October 2019.

ASAB recognises that there is a need for professional advice about the behavioural problems of animals. The ASAB Accreditation Committee runs a certification scheme so that pet-owners, veterinary surgeons, and others who work with animals are able to seek advice from properly qualified Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourists (CCABs). 

The committee consists of ASAB members, and representatives of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, the British Psychological Society, and the International Society for Applied Ethology.

The CCAB dog and cat logo. CCABs may display this logo to signal their accreditation. Guidelines on the use of the ASAB logo are  here .

The CCAB dog and cat logo. CCABs may display this logo to signal their accreditation. Guidelines on the use of the ASAB logo are here.