Developed with much input and support from the International Association of Conference Center Administrators (IACCA), Christian Camping International (CCI), the YMCA, and a variety of conference centers, the accreditation program was adopted by the ACA Council of Delegates in Pittsburgh and is ready to go.
What does IACCA stand for?
IACCA stands for International Association of Conference Center Administrators
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 2 other meanings of IACCA in our Acronym Attic
- International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (Washington, DC, USA)
- International Association of Career Coaches
- International Association of Colour Consultants
- International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc.
- International Association of Conference Centers
- Iranian American Chamber of Commerce
- Islamic Association of Collin County (Texas)
- Isle of Anglesey County Council (UK)
- Italy-America Chamber of Commerce (Miami, FL)
- Inter-agency Committee on the Climate Agenda
- Iowa Association of County Conservation Boards
- Indigenous Art Commercial Code of Conduct (National Association for the Visual Arts; Australia)
- Industrial Association of Contra Costa County (Antioch, CA)
- Inter-Association Child Care Conference (Richmond, KY)
- International Association of Christian Clinical Counselors
- Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (Springfield, IL)
- Inter-American Confederation of Chemical Engineering
- International Association of Career Consulting Firms
- Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (Texas)
- International Association of Cold Case Investigators
Samples in periodicals archive:
The International Association of Conference Center Administrators publishes a directory of members, which also includes descriptions of properties.
While other professional organizations such as the International Association of Conference Center Administrators (IACCA) continue to meet some of the needs of conference/retreat centers, accreditation is not among them.