Throughout the registration and monitoring process, the status of a school or HEA may change. The ICCE Office will accurately maintain a record of the current status of the school or home education academy (HEA). These may include:
If a school or HEA, once registered, fails to maintain its compliance with all ICCE expectations and policy requirements, the school or HEA’s ‘Full Registration’ status will become ‘Provisional Registration’. ICCE Provisional Registration is applicable for up to twelve (12) months, during which time the School or HEA must satisfy all the ICCE requirements for the resumption of ICCE Full Registration. Should the required compliance with ICCE quality expectations be in evidence at a satisfactory level, the ICCE Office will re-instate the School or HEA to ‘Full Registration’ status. Failure to comply will lead to the school or HEA being deregistered.
Not all registration requirements were met during the application process. The registration process is paused and the school/HEA is given 6 months to comply with the outstanding requirements in order to be registered. If these requirements are not met within the 6 months, the application will be cancelled and the school/HEA will need to re-apply when ready.)
All registration requirements were met during the application process, but key staff still need to be trained. The application is marked as pending and the school/HEA is asked to send key staff to the next available training. Once training is successfully completed, the school/HEA will be fully registered.
All registration and training requirements have been satisfied and the school or home education academy is officially registered with ICCE. Students may now be enrolled.
The school or HEA is no longer registered with ICCE and cannot enrol students for ICCE Certificates.
The ICCE Office will choose a sample of schools for annual moderation of compliance requirements. If a school or home education academy (HEA) does not satisfy ICCE registration requirements, the ICCE Office will inform the school or HEA of the default, in writing, and reserve the right to withdraw ICCE registration if a report on remediation is not received by the ICCE Office within 30 days.
The ICCE Office will assess all remediation responses and, if necessary, implement a site visit to verify them. Should a school or HEA be unable to adequately remedy the areas of default, the ICCE Office will issue a letter of deregistration.