Principals & Employers Frequently Asked Questions
PREP is a nine-month program consisting of four distinct phases. The entire program is estimated to take between 280 to 300 hours to complete.
Students will complete some phases of the program virtually, and others will be completed at face-to-face sessions.
Students will spend five consecutive days at the Foundation Workshops and four consecutive days at the Capstone.
The employer or the student may pay for the tuition, but the employer is under no obligation to cover the costs.
Unfortunately no, the cost to administer credit card transactions is costly, thus in an effort to keep tuition fees affordable, we have opted to not accept credit card payments.
Unfortunately no, the manual process required to process cheque payments can be timely, costly and outweighs their effectiveness.
Online bill payment is a fast and secure way to may a payment with a Canadian bank account. Payments are processed through the financial institution’s own banking service.
- Log on to your bank’s online system
- Create a payee profile. Add “The Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education” or “CPLED” as a payee on your bill payment profile (name will vary from bank to bank)
- Enter your account information. Your account number is located at the bottom of your invoice and is your three digit student number, example 361
- Allow for processing time. It may take up to five business days for online payments to be processed.
For support on setting up online payment, contact your financial institution.
To remit funds via EFT:
- Complete the EFT transaction using CPLED’s banking institution information, located on the EFT Payment Form.
- Send CPLED an email at email@example.com indicating the invoice number(s) and student ID(s) that your firms payment should be applied to.
Your financial institution may charge a fee to complete an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). It is your responsibility to pay that fee and ensure the full amount due to CPLED is remitted.
To remit funds via wire transfer:
- Complete the EFT transaction using CPLED’s banking institution information, located on the Wire Transfer Form.
- Send CPLED an email at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the invoice number(s) and student ID(s) that your payment should be applied to.
Your financial institution may charge a fee to complete a wire transfer. It is your responsibility to pay the fee and ensure the full amount due to CPLED is remitted.
Responsibilities vary according to the level of engagement of the employer or principal. You are responsible for providing students with the time necessary to successfully complete PREP activities. The level of your involvement will certainly contribute to a student’s success.
For more information, visit what is my role.
The most important way you can support students is by giving them the time necessary to complete PREP activities and discussing the student’s progress. You may also choose to take an active role with CPLED as a assessor, practice manager, or facilitator.
For more information, visit join the team.
Before the start of each phase of PREP, we will be contacting principals via email with general background information about that phase, as well as the time commitment required of their student, and all deadlines. Specific communications will be sent to principals only if their student is not progressing to the next phase in PREP or if they are unsuccessful at the Capstone. However, we encourage principals to make inquiries regarding progress with the student directly.
For more information on when we will contact principals refer to the Policy regarding information provided to principals.
Students will be provided with access to Procertas once they have completed registration and paid their tuition fees. Procertas is a learning technology assessment tool and must be completed before students will receive access to phase one, Foundation Modules. The Foundation Modules will be available for release in early June or December.
Students are encouraged to apply early for registration to get a head start on the program as well as to select their desired face-to-face sessions.
For more information about PREP refer to the Information for Principals handbook.