Notify us incidents of Malpractice or Maladministration
Malpractice and maladministration can lead to learners being disadvantaged, and have the potential for reputational damage for individuals and organisations and cause harm to operations. EBMA seeks to identify potential malpractice and maladministration before it occurs, and where it is detected to responsibly and effectively carry out an investigation and take appropriate action.
Approved centres must ensure that they have maintained their compliance with EBMA Centre Recognition Criteria. All Centres are required by EBMA to have in place a malpractice and maladministration policy and procedure.
Process to notify us
Individuals are encouraged to contact EBMA if they at all suspect any malpractice or maladministration.Should anyone identify or become suspicious of suspected or an actual case of malpractice or maladministration at any time they must immediately notify EBMA by contacting us soon as possible. You can also notify us by using the form below -