Replacement CIEH certificate
The certificate which the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health issues as proof of the conferment of an award is a unique and valuable document which should be carefully preserved by its recipient. The certificate is the property of the awarding body. Under no circumstances will the CIEH issue additional copies or duplicates to any applicant holding an original certificate.
The loss or destruction of a certificate is a serious matter and a replacement will only be issued at the discretion of the CIEH. The CIEH will consider each application and may decide either to issue a letter confirming the original award or a replacement certificate. Replacements have precisely the same standing as the original. The CIEH reserves the right not to issue a replacement or to specify reasons for its decision.
Effective learning is a continuous process. The CIEH strongly recommends that refresher training is undertaken at least every 3 years.
Please note that replacements for certificates dated prior to March 1992 will receive a letter of confirmation as a replacement and not a certificate.
Candidates should submit a completed declaration to Kitchen Tonic setting out the circumstances in which the certificate was lost or destroyed and an undertaking that, should a replacement be issued, it will be returned to the CIEH if the original is subsequently found.
If the certificate has been damaged or defaced the certificate should be returned to Kitchen Tonic with your declaration.
For more information or to apply for a replacement call us on: 020 3371 1516.
Letters from Kitchen Tonic to confirm training or certificate issued incurs an admin fee of £15pp