Our Approved Learning Partners (ALPs) are given the ALP status because they represent global best practice in the provision of ACCA course tuition and support by regularly meeting robust performance targets.
Once ALP status has been awarded, we continue to monitor through the processes outlined below.
The approval period runs from 1 April to 31 March annually. We will contact you in January to invite you to renew your approval. You will be required to send us your completed renewal form, supporting documentation and payment. Fees are as follows:
All amounts quoted are inclusive of sales taxes, if any.
Monitoring visits are normally conducted once every three years, or more frequently where deemed beneficial or necessary.
In a monitoring visit, you will be required to demonstrate that all relevant performance targets continue to be met. The visits also provide the opportunity to focus on the support that we can provide you in order for students to have the best chance of succeeding in their exams, and identify areas for potential development.
We operate a results analysis service which allows you, as an Approved Learning Partner, to find out how your students are performing against global pass rates at each exam session. The subject breakdown within the report provides valuable insight, enabling you to pinpoint areas for future improvement and development.
To maintain Platinum Approved Learning Partner status, or for a Gold Approved Learning Partner to become eligible to apply for Platinum status, you must consistently meet Platinum pass rate targets.
To maintain Gold Approved Learning Partners status, you must consistently meet Gold pass rate targets.
We ask our students to complete an online survey to find out more about their experience with their learning provider(s) at least once a year. Students are asked to comment on several aspects of their tuition, including:
This feedback allows us to understand and verify the quality of student and learning support the learning providers offer and is used to ensure learning providers meet ACCA quality standards. It may also be used to determine the priority of a monitoring visit, and any concerns it raises may be discussed during the visit.