Registration is a mandatory process which indicates that an institution/training provider has met the determined minimum standards of the NAB to operate in SVG.
All institutions that offer education and training that lead to an award of postsecondary and tertiary level qualifications must be registered with the NAB before beginning to offer any qualifications.
Mandatory registration ensures that the interest of all stakeholders in the postsecondary and tertiary level sectors are protected. Institutions that are not registered with the NAB should not be operating in SVG. Mandatory registration means that an evaluation and assessment of the institution was done and that the institution has met the minimum standards of the NAB.
The criteria for registration with the NAB focuses on ten (10) key areas of the institution:
- Legal Status
- Governing body
- Financial Viability
- Educational Programmes
- Faculty and Staff
- Learning Resources and Infrastructure
- Student Support Services
- Quality Assurance and Improvement
To be admitted to the registration process the institution must put in writing its desire to be registered with the NAB. The NAB will invite the institution to submit a completed application form with supporting documents and pay a non-refundable application processing fee. The Application Form is processed by staff of the Board. If additional supporting documents are required, the applicant is informed in writing. If the application is complete, the applicant receives a notification letter requesting suggested dates for an Application
Fees that apply to the registration process are:
- Processing fees (non-refundable)
- Cost of site visits
- Administrative fee
If you have any additonal questions, please contact us.