D-8.3, r. 0.1 - Regulation respecting the accreditation and ethics of training bodies, training instructors and training services

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37. Accreditation holders must advertise services in a way likely to adequately inform persons who have no special knowledge of the area of expertise referred to in the advertisement.
In particular, they may not in their advertising state or let people believe that
(1)  the content of the training provided is approved by the Government, the Minister, the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail, a government department, a public body or a public or private institution, unless authorized to do so under an agreement in writing to that effect;
(2)  the training instructors have skills or experience not recognized by the accreditation; and
(3)  the scope of the accreditation covers professional fields other than those for which the accreditation is issued.
1048-2018O.C. 1048-2018, s. 37.
In force: 2018-09-06
37. Accreditation holders must advertise services in a way likely to adequately inform persons who have no special knowledge of the area of expertise referred to in the advertisement.
In particular, they may not in their advertising state or let people believe that
(1)  the content of the training provided is approved by the Government, the Minister, the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail, a government department, a public body or a public or private institution, unless authorized to do so under an agreement in writing to that effect;
(2)  the training instructors have skills or experience not recognized by the accreditation; and
(3)  the scope of the accreditation covers professional fields other than those for which the accreditation is issued.
1048-2018O.C. 1048-2018, s. 37.