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Cyclical review program

A key function of the Board is to monitor whether accredited schools continue to meet the legislated requirements for accreditation. The Board has established a cyclical review program in order to fulfil this monitoring role.

Through participation in the cyclical review program, schools are able to demonstrate that they are meeting the requirements for accreditation. It is the Board’s expectation that all schools will participate in this program at least once in every five years. The steps involved in participating in the program are set out in the cyclical review program guidelines (PDF 282kb).

The first step in participating in the program is for a school to provide the Board with a review plan, setting out how the school wishes to conduct its review.

Upon completion of their review, all schools are required to provide a summary report of their review to the Board. The review report should set out whether the findings of the review indicate that the school is meeting the requirements for accreditation.

The Board will consider all review reports provided to it and decide whether a school has successfully demonstrated that it is meeting the requirements for accreditation.

Last updated 24 November, 2016