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Multiple Course Re-Accreditation

Courses who wish to apply for re-accreditation of multiple courses after their six year accreditation period are asked to complete a Multiple courses Re-Accreditation application form which requires the Course Provider to submit the academic content and checklist extra documentation once.

They are also asked to account for any variations in the courses since their accreditation.


All other variations specific to location and weekday are outlined in the one document.
The course is asked to sign a disclaimer to verify that all the information enclosed is correct for each course.


The assessment visit is conducted separately for each course in the same manner as re-accreditation.



The Re-Accreditation process for Multiple Courses

1. Courses who wish to apply for the re-accreditation of multiple courses after the awarded six year accreditation period will be asked to complete a Multiple Courses Re-Accreditation application form available for download from the ‘Apply Now’ box on this page.

2. The Course Provider is asked to download, read and sign the Terms and Conditions for Courses contract. This is an important document that must be submitted with the completed application form.

3. The Course Provider is asked to submit the academic content, extra documentation and completed checklist and terms and conditions contract once. All other variations specific to location, staff, time, weekday and facilities are outlined in the Multiple Course Accreditation Application Form.

4. An assessment visit is conducted for each course and is conducted in the same manner as a first time accreditation / re- accreditation visit assessment. The visit assessment will be assessed by the Course Accreditation Officer and a Course Assessor.

Please Note:
Any misleading or inaccurate information that is given to the IACP will result in all courses being withdrawn from the Course Accreditation Process or in the case of multiple course re-accreditation or for courses with IACP accredited status; the IACP Accredited status will, depending on the circumstances, be withdrawn from a course/all the courses in question.

Responsibility / liability

The course is responsible for ensuring that it understands, meets and continues to meet all requirements for course accredited status. Where IACP suspends or withdraws accredited status from a course, it is a matter between the Course Provider and its students; IACP has no liability to students on a course where it suspends or withdraws its accredited status. The Course Provider of the course will be responsible to the students for any detriment caused to them as a result of the course losing its accreditation. 


 

 

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