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Become a Centre

Becoming a VTCT approved centre is a smooth and straightforward process

To ensure your centre meets VTCT approval criteria, VTCT will undertake a centre approval activity, which will be carried out by a VTCT External Quality Assurer (EQA). As part of the process, you will need to demonstrate you understand the centre approval criteria and centre agreement.

To help you with this process, please ensure you download and read the following documents;

VTCT Centre Qualification Requirements: This document will ensure that you know the resource requirements that VTCT expects you to have available to become a centre.
Approval Visit Criteria: This document outlines the types of evidence that an EQA will be expecting to review as part of the centre approval review.
Centre Agreement

To proceed with your application please complete the VTCT Centre Approval Application

 

 

 

You can also register to become iTEC approved. Visit the iTEC website here

The first step of the application process

Complete our Centre Approval Application

Make sure you read the Approval Criteria before completing the form. You can access the relevant information by clicking the link below.

Approval Criteria

Click the button below to access the form.

Application Form

How much does it cost to be an approved centre?

Applications are charged in accordance with VTCT’s published Price books.

After approval, centres will pay for learner registrations and other products or services from VTCT. Centres are also required to meet VTCT’s annual minimum spend requirement.

Category approval is renewable annually and contributes to the VTCT annual minimum spend requirement.

Application Type Approval Fee Fee Per Category
Initial approval for a UK centre* £900 £200
Additional Centre/Venue fee £750 £200

*Non-UK fees available upon request

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