The structure and leadership of ACRP, while complex, represents the robust nature of the mission and vision which drives those affiliated therewith. Please find below both a narrative summary and an organisational chart which introduces how ACRP is configured, then click on the related links for further detail.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The responsibility of the Board of Directors is to provide leadership and guidance to ACRP as a whole on strategic and policy level, and to oversee the responsible management and operations of the Association.
The Board is structured and elected as follows: ACRP must have five or more directors, elected from ACRP affiliates. In terms of the ACRP Rules document (constitution) the election is done as follows: an affiliate meeting nominates directors; the serving directors elect the new directors from the list of nominees. Provision is made for the rerpesentation oaf certain institutions on the Board.
There are four Committees of the Board, namely the Executive Committee, the Registration Committee, the Ethics and Disciplinary Committee, and the Training Quality Committee.
ACRP fulfills its role as professional body for religious professionals / practitioners through a sub-structure of professional councils. There are currently three professional councils within ACRP, namely the Council for General Ministry Practitioners (CGMP), the Council for Pastoral and Spiritual Counsellors (CPSC)m and the Council for Ministry Training Practitioners (CMTP).