If you would like to become an Accredited Body yourself, rather than becoming a member of an existing one, then
please email us at email@example.com. We will be able to provide you with information about how to apply,
including the audit process.
The application fee for Accredited Body status is £20,000. A £5,000 renewal fee applies every year.
The CAA tests the following areas: Control of clients monies, accreditation of a member, risk management and
business operations among others. The CAA will appoint a third party audit firm to assess these areas, amongst others.
Accredited Bodies are ATOL Holders and are subject to the same fitness and financial requirements.
Yes, all Accredited Bodies must have a CAA-approved trust account. The CAA will become party to the trust account
and ensure that the trustees have sufficient independence and are able to administer the account appropriately.
An Accredited Body can expect to be audited every three years.
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