Why should an Education Body/Training Organisation register their courses and/or workshops for Self-certification?
Self-Certification of each course and/or workshop confirms to the consumer (prospective or current student) which Industry Codes of Conduct are included in the course and/or workshop.
Only Formal Education Bodies and Private Commercial Training Organisations who are currently Registered with the IRCM, may apply for Self-Certification of each course and/or workshop.
course is a series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination and qualification.
workshop is a seminar, discussion group, programme, or similar, that demonstrates and applies one or more techniques, skills. etc.
For consumer clarification, you will be asked to confirm if your course/workshop includes all or specific details/clauses from the IRCM Unified Code of Industry Ethics, IRCM Unified Coaching and Mentoring Industry Core Competencies, the Disciplinary Process, and/or the Ombudsman Service details.
The IRCM accepts that certain short courses and workshops may be focusing on one specific area of the industry and as such other clauses and sub-clauses may not be applicable for that particular short course or workshop.
Currently all information provided by and correspondence with the IRCM is in English.
By IRCM CIC|2021-03-14T23:38:00+08:00February 1st, 2018|5 Historic detail and information|Comments Off on Why should an Education Body/Training Organisation register their courses and/or workshops for Self-certification?
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