A person shall be approved as an Authorised Training Principal only if and so long as only if and so long as they initially and periodically thereafter satisfy the Committee that they can provide appropriate supervision of the provisional member's practical experience and such other requirements as the Committee may from time-to-time determine.
The Committee may in its absolute discretion permit an individual who does not meet the criterion in 2(a) to be an Authorised Training Principal if it considers they have sufficient experience and seniority to discharge the responsibilities of an Authorised Training Principal and meets the requirements of regulations 2(b-d).
determine the maximum number of provisional members that an Authorised Training Principal may at any one time have responsibility for provided such number does not exceed four;
impose such conditions, restrictions or barriers on authorisation as the Committee in its absolute discretion considers appropriate ;
determine the maximum number of Authorised Training Principals in any organisation at any time;
determine the maximum number of provisional members training under Authorised Training Principals permitted at any time in any organisation provided that such number does not exceed 12.
Change in circumstances
An Authorised Training Principal shall notify the Learning and Professional Development department of ICAEW in writing of any material change in his situation or that of the organisation in which a provisional member, for whose training they have or will have responsibility, is or is expected to be employed which may affect its ability to meet the Training Standards referred to in regulation 2(c).
An Authorised Training Principal shall promptly notify ICAEW of the following occurrences and shall provide such information relating thereto as the Committee may require in respect of provisional members for whose training they have responsibility:
prolonged illness (with reference to regulation 13 of the ACA Student Regulations, typically more than four consecutive weeks), in which case the Committee may deem the suspension to have commenced from the onset of such illness;
any other circumstances that the Committee in its absolute discretion considers acceptable.