International Certified Vocational Evaluators (ICVE)

Scope of Practice

International Certified Vocational Evaluators (ICVE) have the specialized expertise to conduct comprehensive assessments and provide forensic services for assisting in the determination of benefit entitlement or quantifying financial losses related to vocational impairment, earning capacity, work capacity, employability, placeability as well as residual vocational capacity and avocational-related losses. Registrants with this specialty possess a unique set of knowledge, experiences, skills, as well as the ability to determine strategies and to administer, score and interpret psychometric tests (level A and B) and/or work samples in providing vocational evaluation services, as confirmed via the College’s certification and examination process.


Areas of Expertise

1- Transferable Skills Analysis

2- Vocational Evaluation/Assessment

3- Earning Capacity Assessment (pre- and post-injury, residual capacity and lifetime loss of earnings)

4- Work-Life Expectancy Analysis

5- Labour Market Re-Entry Assessment

6- Situational Assessment

7- Employability Assessment


The College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals has implemented a grandfathering process for the International Certified Vocational Evaluator (ICVE). The ICVE Grandfathering deadline to apply is July 31, 2021.


VCAP 2020 Conference ICVE Presentation. (presentation will auto download to device)


For some ICVE FAQ


Notice re CRCC Revitalization of CVE


To apply for the Grandfathering phase of the ICVE credential, please click here for eligibility.


To apply for as an ICVE New Applicant, please click here for eligibility.


If you would like more information about International Certified Vocational Evaluators, please contact CVRP.