Sprott Shaw College is designated by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. PTIB administers the Private Training Act and associated regulations. It is responsible for: Ensuring institutions meet the requirements and standards for certification, maintaining a Private Training Institution Directory of all certified institutions and the programs they provide, along with formerly certified institutions and providing student protection and overseeing the Student Tuition Protection Fund.
For more information about PTIB accreditation, visit privatetraininginstitutions.gov.bc.ca.
Education Quality Assurance (EQA) is a quality assurance designation that identifies BC public and private post-secondary institutions that have met or exceeded the provincial government recognized quality assurance standards and offer consumer protection. EQA provides one standard provincial seal that can be recognized globally as a symbol of quality. The EQA seal allows students to easily identify which provincial institutions the government of BC recognizes as having met quality assurance standards and that offer consumer protection to learners.
For more information about EQA designation, visit www.bceqa.ca.
Sprott Shaw College is an Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Designated Learning Institution. To apply for a study permit on or after June 1, 2014, you will need to include the Designated Learning Institution number (DLI #), which is the number that begins with the letter "O", on your application form. Our DLI# is O19278865162 and is registered with our Head Office in Burnaby, British Columbia.
For more information about the DLI, visit https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship.html.
The BC Career Colleges Association's aim is to ensure that the private education and training industry is recognized for the high level of service delivery, commitment to quality, and student satisfaction that the sector delivers to the consumers. BCCCA member schools adhere to a Code of Ethics and are committed to providing students with individual care and attention throughout their studies, and as they graduate and search for employment. The member schools believe in offering students an education and training experience that is satisfying, supportive and designed to provide the skills and knowledge that students need to find the job and/or career that they want.
For more information about the BCCCA, visit www.bccca.ca.
INDUSTRY TRAINING AUTHORITY (ITA)
The Industry Training Authority (ITA) leads and coordinates the skilled trades training and credential system in BC. After completion of the electrical foundation program, students will receive an ITA ID number, allowing them to work in the electrical industry.
For more information about the ITA, visit www.itabc.ca.
The Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE) is the industry-recognized standard setting and accrediting body for Montessori teaching education. The MACTE accredits certification and diploma programs based on the evidence that they prepare competent, caring, and qualified professional Montessori educators and have the capacity to monitor and improve their programs' quality.
For more information about MACTE, visit www.macte.org.
EduCanada is a brand that supports the international education offerings of Canada's provinces and territories. The EduCanada brand is the result of collaboration between the provinces and territories through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and Global Affairs Canada.
For more information on EduCanada, visit www.educanada.ca or view our listing on CICIC at www.cicic.ca.