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Thank you for your interesting in joining the IICT community as a Training Provider.

Our online application window to become a Training Provider will re-open in September 2020. Thank you for your patience while we simplify the process for applicants and create a more seamless customer service experience.

*If you are an existing Training Provider and need to apply for a new modality please email support@myiict.com.

Stay tuned! We will update this page when applications are accepted again.

FAQ

Who can apply to become a Training Provider?

Training Provider membership is intended for individuals, businesses and schools who train people to become practitioners in a specific field or modality. The intention is that when student’s graduate from your course they will be eligible for professional membership and practitioner insurance through IICT. 

Does IICT accredit courses? Will my students be able to apply for a provider number?

IICT is a self-regulated business and therefore we cannot use the terms “Nationally Recognised” or “Accredited.”  

Approved Training Provider status must only be referenced in conjunction with the IICT name and common seal on promotional materials, both electronic and hard copy.

Additionally, being an ‘IICT Approved Training Provider’ (IICT ATP) does not provide the applicant with Registered Training Organisation status (RTO); nor is IICT affiliated with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Does IICT require or approve Continuing Education or Professional Development courses?

IICT does not require our members to complete Continuing Professional Development / Education courses to maintain their membership and insurance. Therefore it is not necessary for you to submit short courses, CPE courses, or personal development courses for review.  

The best way to determine if your course should be submitted is to ask this question: At the end of my course, will my participants be qualified to enter the marketplace as practitioners in this modality?

Will all of my courses / modalities be approved internationally?

IICT membership is recognised in 27 countries worldwide; however, International modality recognition is subject to approval of regional insurance partners. This is because each regional provider has a different set of criteria for assessing risk.

When your application is approved you will be notified which countries the modalities are recognised in for professional membership and insurance coverage.

Below is a list of all 27 countries that IICT currently operates in:

UK and Europe: United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Gibraltar, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Greece, Latvia
Sweden, Channel Islands, Norway, Estonia, Austria, Malta, Isle of Man,
 Netherlands

South Africa (covered under the EU/UK insurer)

Oceania: Australia, New Zealand

United States

Canada

*Please note that Canada is not currently accepting new modality applications. Please contact us for special considerations.

What happens if my modality is not approved in a specific region?

If your modality is not approved with one of IICT’s insurance partners, you can still teach your course in that country / region. Your students will just need to find their own insurance in that country or you can recommend a provider for them. 

If your modality is not approved in your preferred region you can request a full refund within 14 days. 

Does IICT approve course levels such as Practitioner, Master, and Teacher?

IICT only approves the modality. Therefore if someone meets the minimum requirement to be a practitioner they will be approved for professional membership and insurance. 

Any additional training that a student undertakes would be covered under this modality, as long as they are practicing within the scope of their training. 

Once I am approved as a Training Provider are all of my courses approved in the future?

You are only permitted to use our Professional Seal for modalities approved by IICT. Should you wish to add additional modalities to your profile at any time, you must submit an application and receive approval. 

For example if in your original application you are approved to teach Reiki and Massage, but at a later point in time you want to begin teaching Kinesiology this will require that you submit an Existing Modality application to IICT. Upon receipt of your application we will review your course to ensure it meets our minimum training requirements.

If you want to teach a modality that is not currently recognised by IICT you will need to submit a New Modality application. We will then send this application to our Insurance partners and they will assess if they will cover the modality or not. Please note that International modality recognition is subject to approval of regional insurance partners. Depending on your Training Provider status a new modality application may be included in your membership. If not, there is a small administrative fee of $79.00 + GST for each new modality application that you submit. 

You can view a list of our approved modalities below:

Australia and New Zealand

Europe 

United Kingdom 

United States 

Canada 

Will my Training Provider membership automatically renew?

Training Provider memberships are renewed on an annual basis and will be automatically charged to the credit card on file.

Should you wish to cancel at any time, please send correspondence via email with your intention to support@myiict.com. Your subscription will still be valid for the remainder of that term. Upon receipt of your request you will receive a written confirmation. If for any reason you do not receive a written confirmation please follow-up via email or phone. 

Should you wish to change your method of payment contact IICT on +61 2 5629 7777 during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday 10 – 4 AEST or send a request via email to support@myiict.com

If I am a Training Provider, do I also need to sign-up for an IICT membership?

It is not required, however if you would like to take advantage of our membership benefits and discounted insurance rates as an individual practitioner / teacher please visit our membership page. A benefit of being a Training Provider is you are eligible to receive 50% OFF your annual practitioner membership subscription. A special code will be provided to you upon acceptance of your application. 

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What information do I need to submit with my Training Provider application?

1) Any relevant qualifications of founder / instructor as they relate to the modality(s) you are teaching 

2) Copy of teaching qualifications including Cert IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Education, etc…(if applicable) 

3) Two references from students, clients, or peers testifying to your expertise

4) A copy of your client consent / intake form

5) A copy of your child consent form (if applicable)

6) A detailed outline of your course curriculum including: core components, number of hours, assessments, and mode of delivery. You may also like to include your school prospectus.  

7) Copy of your training manual(s) 

8) Sample certificate issued to graduates (one per modality): must include name of business / school, student’s legal name, name of modality, duration of course / # of hours, date & year, instructor / director / principal signature 

9) Insurance certificate of currency 

10) Copy of driver’s license or offical photo identification 

11) Certificate of the business operations / registration from the government (if you reside in Australia you would have received this when you applied for an ABN)  

12) Copy of refunds policy for your course(s)

13) First-aid certificate (if applicable) 

14) Copies of any correspondence / licenses from the governing body or copyright owner of a modality to prove you are authorised to teach that modality(s) (if applicable)

15) Copy of your company grievance policy. A grievance procedure is a means of dispute resolution to address complaints by employees, suppliers, and customers. *Please note that any issues that cannot be resolved internally by the business must include provision for the engagement of an external mediator. 

16) Company logo in JPEG or PNG format for your IICT dedicated online landing page (only available to Approved Training Providers and Premier Training Providers)

The IICT ‘Endorsement’ 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

If you’re seeking international recognition for your training courses, we guarantee you’ll be approved as an IICT Approved Training Provider. If for any reason you are not approved we will happily refund your application fee in full. Zero Risk, No Questions Asked. (Guarantee valid for 120 days)