Collaborative Provision

A. Any provision delivered by two or more organisations is covered by a written agreement which clearly specifies the respective rights and division of responsibilities between the partners.

B. One organisation (the “principal provider”) has legal responsibility for delivery of the provision, and the learner is made aware of this.

C. The principal provider has in place procedures which ensure that all aspects of a provision meet ODLQC standards.

D. ODLQC Accreditation is specific to a particular service and a particular named aspect of a provision.  Providers must avoid statements which imply that their accreditation extends to services not explicitly covered.

E. Providers should not promote courses as their own if they are not.