The basic structures of ICAAP are its separate chapters. The ICAAP chapters are created by the initiative of ICAAP members based on these members' professional interests and location.
The ICAAP chapters may be created as sections, professional groups, expert councils, temporary commissions, territorial offices, etc. The ICAAP Board makes the decisions on creation and dismissal of the ICAAP chapters.
The ICAAP chapters are not legal entities.
The ICAAP chapters:
1. Fulfil and implement the decisions of the ICAAP governing bodies and their own.
2. Develop and implement local tactics for solving actual professional problems
3. Collaborate with public associations or their divisions, trade unions, local authorities.
4. Delegate their activists to the governing bodies of ICAAP.