Becoming an ICCE School or Home Education Academy
Schools or home education academies (HEAs) who wish to offer the ICCE Certificates must apply to be registered with ICCE. Unregistered or deregistered schools may not offer the ICCE qualifications in their school/HEA. In order to make application, schools or HEAs must first be registered with their local education authorities (as applicable per region).
Registration as an ICCE school/HEA involves:
- Application to the ICCE Office (including payment of the relevant fees)
- Relevant Training and Appointing of Key Staff
- Quality Assessment Visit
Once ICCE Full Registration status is achieved, this will be in place for an initial 5-year period subject to the required standards being suitably maintained. Thereafter, the school or HEA will be subject to a further renewal assessment process.
Registered schools/HEAs will be issued with a unique ICCE School/HEA ID that is to be used in all communication with the ICCE Office.
Support for Schools/HEAs
ICCE is committed to ensuring that all staff in schools and Home Education Academies (HEAs) are suitably equipped to fulfil their relevant roles so that students are adequately supported and quality standards are maintained.
This is achieved through regular training, annual events, and week-day support from the ICCE Office.