A. Conducting diploma exams
Our diploma exams are conducted by our registered centres. We provide necessary guidelines for conducting exams at our registered centres. Your centre must have appropriate infrastructure to conduct our computer based exams (CBEs). Your centre needs seamless internet facility, trained staff and computers to run our CBEs. Before scheduling an exam, your centre will have to collect agreed exam fees from students on behalf of IQN.
B. Providing study resources
Each of our diploma qualifications requires students to study specific textbooks. In addition to textbooks, students also need access to practice questions and/ sample exam papers. As a centre, you will be responsible to provide these study resources to your students. We will work closely with your centre to ensure that your team has the exact understanding of the study resources that the students need.
C. Conducting exam preparation classes
Your centre must have qualified and experienced trainers to deliver exam preparation classes for the students. As part of our centre approval process, we will need you to submit CVs of your centre’s trainers. Trainers could be your full-time or part-time staff. Regardless of their nature of affiliations with your centre, all trainers must have relevant qualifications and experience to deliver our diploma syllabus.
In order to deliver IQN certification courses, a centre must first obtain centre approval from IQN. IQN professional courses include CFS, GCMA, CBM and CPMA. Unlike our diploma exams, our certification exams are conducted by Pearson VUE. Our centres will provide exam preparation classes and study resources for our students. If we have a registered centre near a student’s location, we will require the student to study with the centre. We do not allow any ‘independent study’ in locations where we have a registered centre.
To become IQN registered centre, your organisation needs to go through our centre approval process. Once approved, you will be invoiced £200 as initial registration fee. Following year onwards, your organisation will have to pay £200 as annual registration fee. Annual registration fees become due on or before 1st December each year.
For example, your organisation may become a registered centre in June 20X8 by paying £200 as an initial registration fee. Your centre’s next annual registration fees will be due on 1st December 20X9 and then once in every subsequent year.
To start the process of becoming a registered IQN centre, complete the online form and we will be in touch to discuss next steps.