What is the process for the individual assessment of educational qualifications?
Individuals who apply to the College have different education and experience backgrounds. The process for the individual assessment of educational qualifications is one way certain applicants can demonstrate that they meet the education requirement for registration with the College.
The process is designed for individuals who do not have the following backgrounds.
If none of the above applies to you, then you may apply to the College to have your education and work experience assessed for meeting the education requirement for registration.
Before applying for an individual assessment
Check out our Individual Assessment FAQs and Understanding the Individual Assessment Process page.
Application Guide - Individual Assessment
Application Form - Individual Assessment
Validator's Contact Information Form – This form must be completed and returned to the College by the applicant.
Validation of Work Experience Guide – This guide will assist the Validator in completing the Validation of Work Experience Form.
Self-Assessment Form – This form must be completed and returned to the College by the applicant.
Consideration of Alternative Documents Request Form
Alternative Documents Review Guide
Policy regarding Assessment of Educational Qualifications of Applicants under section 7.1iv. of Registration Regulation
Policy regarding Language Fluency
Policy regarding Unavailable Documents
Career Map for Internationally Educated Early Childhood Educators: This career map is for internationally educated early childhood educators and describes the process to become a registered member of the College.
Early Childhood Educators Qualifications Upgrade Program:
a program to support individuals working in early learning settings to obtain an Early Childhood Education diploma and become eligible to apply for membership with the College.