352 Lapse of registration

(1)

The registration of a registered establishment lapses—

(a)

on the date that is 1 year after registration is granted if,—

(i)

within that period, the establishment does not provide an approved programme that it is accredited to provide to enrolled students; and

(ii)

within that period, the establishment does not provide an approved training scheme to enrolled students:

(b)

on the date that is 1 year after the establishment has ceased to provide to enrolled students—

(i)

any approved programme it is accredited to provide; and

(ii)

any approved training scheme.

(2)

Subsection (1) does not affect the registration of a private training establishment if—

(a)

the time for the lapse of the establishment’s accreditation is extended under section 443(2) beyond either of the dates specified in subsection (1), in which case the establishment’s registration lapses when the accreditation lapses; or

(b)

the time for the lapse of the establishment’s training scheme approval is extended under section 447(2) beyond either of the dates specified in subsection (1), in which case the establishment’s registration lapses when the training scheme approval lapses.

(3)

Despite anything in subsections (1) and (2), the registration of a registered establishment lapses on the date on which the establishment ceases to be a body corporate.

(4)

If a registered establishment is required under this Act to pay any fees to NZQA, and fails to pay those fees after receiving 2 reminder notices within 3 months, the registration of the establishment lapses on the date that is 1 calendar month after the date of the second reminder notice from NZQA.

(5)

NZQA must give written notice of the lapse of a registration to the establishment.

(6)

If the registration of a registered private training establishment lapses under subsection (1), (3), or (4), any accreditation, approval, or consent associated with the registration is withdrawn on the date on which the registration lapses.

(7)

No notice is required to be given to a registered establishment for a withdrawal under subsection (6).

Compare: 1989 No 80 s 234