If you have any complaints, such as about the location of the examination, the examination itself, or the assessor, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your complaint will be processed as soon as possible.
You can also object to the result of your examination. You can write a letter of objection if you do not agree with the evaluation of your written IPMA PMO-, level D- or C-exam, or the oral IPMA level C-, B- or A-assessment. You need to elaborate your objection substantively and formulate it as clearly as possible.
There is a limited period to lodge an objection. You can read about this in the Examination Regulations which you can download on the special download page. Your official notice of objection can be sent to the examination committee through email@example.com.
If you do not agree with the completion of your complaint or the opinion of the examination committee in regard to your objection, you can appeal. Hereto you send an appeal, in writing, to the Complaints and Appeals Committee (professional authority) of IPMA-Nederland. You need to elaborate your appeal substantively. You may send your appeal to the Secretariat of the Complaints and Appeals Committee:
Secretariaat Complaints and Appeals Committee IPMA-NL,
3780 BB Voorthuizen
There is a limited period to file an appeal. You can read about this in the Examenreglement (Examination Regulations, document in Dutch).
There are costs involved in this procedure, and please be aware that the period to file an appeal is limited. You can read about this in the Examenreglement (Examination Regulations, document in Dutch) of IPMA Certificering and the Reglement Beroepsprocedure (Appeals procedure Regulations, in Dutch) of IPMA-NL.