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Rejection of a Training Provider Application

  • Issued: December 8, 2014
  • Content last reviewed: December 2014

The ministry may reject a training provider application when:

  • A submitted training provider application remains inactive by the applicant for more than forty-five (45) business days;[1]
  • Upon third review of Level 1: Triage, if the training provider application does not meet the requirements of the working at heights training standards;
  • Upon second review of Level 2: Desk Assessment, Level 3: Field Assessment, Level 4: Recommendation or Level 5: CPO Approval, if the training provider application does not meet the requirements of the working at heights training standards;
  • The applicant provides false or misleading information to the ministry;
  • The applicant ceases to carry on business;
  • The applicant is in bankruptcy or insolvency; or
  • There is any performance based issue.

[1]Should a submitted training provider application remain inactive for more than thirty (30) business days from the ministry’s last notification to the applicant, the ministry will issue a reminder email to prompt the applicant for further action, as required.

If a recommendation for rejection is required, the ministry will complete a rejection report consisting of:

  • A completed rejection report for training provider application;
  • Copies of the training provider application, assessment findings and relevant correspondence with the applicant, if applicable; and
  • A copy of the list of deficiencies, if applicable.

Upon completion of the rejection report, the ministry will to notify the applicant in writing. Rejection of the application approval will commence upon the ministry’s issuance of the rejection letter.

Should the applicant wish to re-submit its training provider application, the applicant must:

  • Begin the training provider application process from the beginning; and
  • Wait six (6) months before re-submitting the training provider application to the ministry.

Should the applicant reapply, the ministry may correlate historical information with the new applicant for assessment purposes.

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