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  1. Registration as a Training Provider
  2. Submission for learning programme accreditation:

How to Register as a Training Provider

Training providers offering learning programmes to the financial services industry are required to register with FAA in order to submit learning programmes for accreditation. Applications to register as a training provider can only be made by training providers that are registered companies.

Registration Procedure

  1. Complete the online registration via FAA Accreditation SysTem (FAST)
  2. Submit the following documents with the application:
  • Copy of Company Registration
  • Organisation Chart
  • List of learning programmes offered
  • Proof of payment

Submitting a programme for FAA Approval

FAA Approval is for one-off learning programmes such as conferences, seminars or workshops that are not intended to be repeated. The application process will take between five (5) to fifteen (15) working days upon submission of a complete and accurate application.

FAA Approval Procedure

  • Ensure you have Registered as a Training Provider via FAA Accreditation SysTem (FAST)
  • Complete the online application via FAA Accreditation SysTem (FAST)
  • Submit the following documents with the application:
    1. Curriculum committee approval (if applicable)
    2. Module outline (please include the module outline for each module if the programme has more than one module)
    3. Facilitators’/Lecturers’ CV (please provide the CVs of all facilitators/lecturers who would be involved in this programme)
    4. Sample of the certificate to be awarded
    5. Promotional materials if the programme is open to the public
    6. Proof of payment

Submitting a programme for FAA Provisional Accreditation

FAA Provisional Accreditation is a process to determine whether the design and delivery of a new learning programme is in accordance with FAA’s learning standards, and meets the minimum requirements in quality. It is designed for programmes that have been designed, but have not yet been delivered.

The process will take eight (8) weeks upon submission of a complete and accurate application.

FAA Provisional Accreditation Procedure

  1. Curriculum committee approval (if applicable)
  2. Module outline (please include the module outline for each module if the programme has more than one module)
  3. Facilitators’/Lecturers’ CV (please provide the CVs of all facilitators/lecturers who would be involved in this programme)
  4. Sample of the certificate to be awarded
  5. Promotional materials if the programme is open to the public
  6. Sample Learning Evaluation Form
  7. Proof of payment

Submitting a programme for FAA Full Accreditation

FAA Full Accreditation is a process to recognise that the design, development and delivery of a recurring learning programme is in accordance with FAA’s learning standards, and meets the minimum requirements in quality.

The process will take eight (8) weeks upon submission of a complete and accurate application.

FAA Full Accreditation Procedure

  1. Curriculum committee approval (if applicable)
  2. Module outline (please include the module outline for each module if the programme has more than one module)
  3. Facilitators’/Lecturers’ CV (please provide the CVs of all facilitators/lecturers who would be involved in this programme)
  4. Sample of the certificate to be awarded
  5. Promotional materials if the programme is open to the public
  6. Sample Learning Evaluation Form
  7. Proof of payment

(Please note that the Accreditation team will conduct a site visit to the training provider’s premises for a detailed review of course materials, learner assessments, learner evaluation, policies, governance structure and other related documentation)

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