Please click here to request an application guide for details and instructions. You will be required to submit the following information/documents with your Training Provider application:

  • Any relevant qualification(s) of founder/instructor as they relate to the modality(s) you are teaching. You must be fully qualified in the modality(s) you are teaching for a minimum of three years depending on the modality*, and your qualification(s) must meet or surpass IICT’s minimum training requirements. In addition to your qualifications, you can also upload a copy of your CV to support your application
  • Teaching qualifications such as Training and Assessment, Diploma of Education, or similar (optional) 
  • Two formal letters of reference from students, clients, or peers testifying to your expertise. References must include the following information: person’s full legal name, phone number or email address, and a statement about your expertise as it relates to the modality(s) you are applying for. Facebook/Google reviews and testimonials will not be accepted 
  • Driver’s license or official photo identification 
  • Client/student consent and intake form(s) 
  • 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 
  • Training manual(s). All Training Manuals must include the following components: Scope of Practice, Client Management and Contraindications. An NDA is available upon request 
  • 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 and year, instructor/director/principal signature 
  • Insurance certificate of currency/proof of insurance, which must list the modalities you are covered to practice and/or teach
  • Certificate of business operations/registration from the government (if applicable) 
  • Refund policy for your course(s). It is your responsibility to ensure your policy is compliant with national and/or state law 
  • Complaint/Grievance policy. A grievance procedure is a means of dispute resolution to address complaints by employees, suppliers, and customers. Your policy must include the provision for the engagement of an external mediator in the event an issue cannot be resolved internally 
  • Copies of any correspondence/licenses from the governing body or copyright owner of a modality to prove you are authorised to teach that modality (if applicable) 
  • Company logo in JPEG or PNG format 
  • Information relating to your course such as course hours, prerequisite requirements, mode-of-delivery, assessments, and provisions for risk mitigation. If you are registering a new modality, you will need to provide a description of the modality and a detailed treatment description 
  • Any additional documents that might be relevant to your application (i.e. First-Aid certificate, working with children check, etc…)

* Please be advised, minimum training and teaching requirements vary depending on the modality and may be higher than the requirements mentioned above. Please contact atpsupport@myiict.com to find out more.