E-9.1 - Act respecting private education

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111. The Government may, by regulation, on the recommendation of the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports or the Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, according to their respective jurisdictions,
(1)  establish a list of the fields of supplementary vocational training;
(2)  determine the time limit for presenting an application for the issue, renewal or modification of a permit, and the information and documents which must be submitted with the application, including those relating to the judicial record of the permit applicant or permit holder, the applicant’s or holder’s directors and shareholders and the officers of the institution;
(3)  determine the fees exigible for the issue or modification of a permit;
(4)  establish the nature and amount of the security which must be furnished for the issue or renewal of a permit, except in the case of an accredited institution, and determine the cases in which the holder of a permit is required to make up security and the rules governing the use of the security by the Minister in cases of default and those governing its return;
(5)  establish standards or prohibitions relating to advertising, solicitation and offers of service by a private educational institution;
(6)  determine the form and tenor of educational service contracts, including enrollment;
(7)  exclude, on the conditions it may determine or authorize, to the extent it indicates, the Minister to exclude, on the conditions he may determine, persons, bodies, institutions or educational services from all or some of the provisions of this Act or of the regulations made under this section;
(8)  prescribe standards for the provision of childcare at school;
(9)  define the expression “resident in Québec” for the purposes of this Act;
(10)  determine, among the information and documents provided by the permit holder, those that must be updated and how often they must be updated;
(11)  determine the information and documents that the permit holder must provide when there is any change in the holder’s directors or shareholders or the officers of the institution; and
(12)  determine the information and documents needed to verify the existence or absence of a judicial record that police forces are required to communicate to the Minister or to a permit applicant or permit holder.
1992, c. 68, s. 111; 1997, c. 58, s. 43; 1997, c. 87, s. 32; 2013, c. 28, s. 131; 2017, c. 232017, c. 23, s. 27.
111. The Government may, by regulation, on the recommendation of the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports or the Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, according to their respective jurisdictions,
(1)  establish a list of the fields of supplementary vocational training;
(2)  determine the time limit for presenting an application for the issue, renewal or modification of a permit, and the information and documents which must be submitted with the application;
(3)  determine the fees exigible for the issue or modification of a permit;
(4)  establish the nature and amount of the security which must be furnished for the issue or renewal of a permit, except in the case of an accredited institution, and determine the cases in which the holder of a permit is required to make up security and the rules governing the use of the security by the Minister in cases of default and those governing its return;
(5)  establish standards or prohibitions relating to advertising, solicitation and offers of service by a private educational institution;
(6)  determine the form and tenor of educational service contracts, including enrollment;
(7)  exclude, on the conditions it may determine or authorize, to the extent it indicates, the Minister to exclude, on the conditions he may determine, persons, bodies, institutions or educational services from all or some of the provisions of this Act or of the regulations made under this section;
(8)  prescribe standards for the provision of childcare at school;
(9)  define the expression “resident in Québec” for the purposes of this Act.
1992, c. 68, s. 111; 1997, c. 58, s. 43; 1997, c. 87, s. 32; 2013, c. 28, s. 131.
111. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  establish a list of the fields of supplementary vocational training;
(2)  determine the time limit for presenting an application for the issue, renewal or modification of a permit, and the information and documents which must be submitted with the application;
(3)  determine the fees exigible for the issue or modification of a permit;
(4)  establish the nature and amount of the security which must be furnished for the issue or renewal of a permit, except in the case of an accredited institution, and determine the cases in which the holder of a permit is required to make up security and the rules governing the use of the security by the Minister in cases of default and those governing its return;
(5)  establish standards or prohibitions relating to advertising, solicitation and offers of service by a private educational institution;
(6)  determine the form and tenor of educational service contracts, including enrollment;
(7)  exclude, on the conditions it may determine or authorize, to the extent it indicates, the Minister to exclude, on the conditions he may determine, persons, bodies, institutions or educational services from all or some of the provisions of this Act or of the regulations made under this section;
(8)  prescribe standards for the provision of childcare at school;
(9)  define the expression “resident in Québec” for the purposes of this Act.
1992, c. 68, s. 111; 1997, c. 58, s. 43; 1997, c. 87, s. 32.
111. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  establish a list of the fields of supplementary vocational training;
(2)  determine the time limit for presenting an application for the issue, renewal or modification of a permit, and the information and documents which must be submitted with the application;
(3)  determine the fees exigible for the issue or modification of a permit;
(4)  establish the nature and amount of the security which must be furnished for the issue or renewal of a permit, except in the case of an accredited institution, and determine the cases in which the holder of a permit is required to make up security and the rules governing the use of the security by the Minister in cases of default and those governing its return;
(5)  establish standards or prohibitions relating to advertising, solicitation and offers of service by a private educational institution;
(6)  determine the form and tenor of educational service contracts, including enrollment;
(7)  exclude, on the conditions it may determine or authorize, to the extent it indicates, the Minister to exclude, on the conditions he may determine, persons, bodies, institutions or educational services from all or some of the provisions of this Act or of the regulations made under this section;
(8)  prescribe standards for the provision of childcare at school.
1992, c. 68, s. 111; 1997, c. 58, s. 43.
111. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  establish a list of the fields of supplementary vocational training;
(2)  determine the time limit for presenting an application for the issue, renewal or modification of a permit, and the information and documents which must be submitted with the application;
(3)  determine the fees exigible for the issue or modification of a permit;
(4)  establish the nature and amount of the security which must be furnished for the issue or renewal of a permit, except in the case of an accredited institution, and determine the cases in which the holder of a permit is required to make up security and the rules governing the use of the security by the Minister in cases of default and those governing its return;
(5)  establish standards or prohibitions relating to advertising, solicitation and offers of service by a private educational institution;
(6)  determine the form and tenor of educational service contracts, including enrollment;
(7)  exclude, on the conditions it may determine or authorize, to the extent it indicates, the Minister to exclude, on the conditions he may determine, persons, bodies, institutions or educational services from all or some of the provisions of this Act or of the regulations made under this section.
1992, c. 68, s. 111.