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It's easy to become an IAYT Member School
How to Become an IAYT Member School
Fees for Member Schools
You may choose to contribute $504/year as a Supporting Member School.
All fees go to support the Member School Program, the on-going efforts to develop and implement standards, and the annual Meeting of Schools. This includes the support of a well-experienced consultant who serves as a meeting facilitator and subject matter expert.
Your generosity is appreciated and goes a long way toward supporting the important work we do together.
Supporting Membership is a voluntary way to pay more to better support this work. Supporting Member Schools are recognized on the IAYT website and in print. Larger programs should probably be Supporting Members.
About the Member School Survey
Return the Completed Survey to John Kepner
Return your completed survey to IAYT Executive Director John Kepner. We encourage you to schedule a phone conversation to discuss your school in person. We like to have a little personal contact with the program director of each new member school and we also want you to understand what we are doing and why.
Submit the Member School Fees
Once your Member School Survey has been received, reviewed, and any questions answered by connecting with John, you will receive instructions on how to complete your school’s registration. You will pay at that time. Payment can be made by credit card or check.
You will call to complete the process and to pay by phone at (928)-541-0004 (M-F, 10-4, CT). Please be prepared to provide the following:
If you prefer to pay by check, indicate that during the registration process and then send a check payable to IAYT. Please mail the check to the following address:
PO Box 251563
Little Rock, AR 72225
The program director, or co-director, must be an IAYT Individual Member.
This is a membership program, not a registry, or an accreditation process, or any recognition of the quality of your program. Registries and accreditation programs serve these purposes.
Schools may not use the IAYT logo on their website or on any promotional material. The IAYT logo is not a service mark that recognizes any standard of training quality. That is the purpose of service marks.