PARIS ~ REVISING SUBMITTED APPLICATIONS

Revising an Application that is “Under Review”

If you want to make a change to an application whose status is “Under Review,” you must submit an inquiry to the Ministry requesting to have a section of an application opened for revision. Indicate which section(s) of the application you want to change as part of the inquiry. For instructions on sending an inquiry about an application, see page 21 in the reference guide.

If the application status is not “Under Review,” edits can be made at any time.

  1. Access the Application Summary page. Only sections with a Revise link are editable.
  2. Click Revise. A message appears.
  • Make the changes then click submit.

Making Revisions Requested by the Ministry

You will be notified by email if the Ministry requires more information or a revision.

  1. Click on the link in the email, then log in to PARIS.
  • From the To-Do section open the application with the “Incomplete” status.
  • The applicable Summary page appears.
  • Click show details. The application expands.
  • The unlocked sections of the application can be identified by a Revise link.

5.1. Click Revise. The section opens.

5.2. Make the change(s).

5.3. It is a good idea to add comments.

5.4. Click the Summary link. The Summary page appears.

5.5. Click submit. A confirmation message appears.

5.6. Click I agree.  A notification is emailed to you.

WHAT’S CHANGED FROM THE PREVIOUS PROCESS IN RICC?

When an application was under review in the RICC system, the school received a list of questions and deficiencies via email.  The RICC system application was placed “in progress,” and schools needed to navigate through all areas of RICC and update the various pieces. Also, the school received a list of outstanding documents required in support of the application; these would need to be sent into the inspector and matched with the RICC application.  The process was a highly labour intensive.  If the subsequent submission did not meet all requirements, a list of remaining deficiencies was recorded and shared with the PCC to continue to update the application.

The process in PARIS directs the school’s attention to the specific areas within the application that require additional information and response.  The remaining pieces of the application are locked enabling school’s to focus on the issues identified directly. 

Extracted from the PARIS Reference Guide for Applicants / Registrants

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Do you have a question in navigating PARIS? Email jerry@businessassessmentsolutions.com or call or text Jerry at 905-906-3706.

If you want to make a change to an application whose status is “Under Review,” you must submit an inquiry to the Ministry requesting to have a section of an application opened for revision. Indicate which section(s) of the application you want to change as part of the inquiry. For instructions on sending an inquiry about an application, see page 21 in the reference guide.

If the application status is not “Under Review,” edits can be made at any time.

  1. Access the Application Summary page. Only sections with a Revise link are editable.
  2. Click Revise. A message appears.
  • Make the changes then click submit.

Making Revisions Requested by the Ministry

You will be notified by email if the Ministry requires more information or a revision.

  1. Click on the link in the email, then log in to PARIS.
  • From the To-Do section open the application with the “Incomplete” status.
  • The applicable Summary page appears.
  • Click show details. The application expands.

5.1. Click Revise. The section opens.

5.2. Make the change(s).

5.3. It is a good idea to add comments.

5.4. Click the Summary link. The Summary page appears.

5.5. Click submit. A confirmation message appears.

5.6. Click I agree.  A notification is emailed to you.

Revising an Application that is not “Under Review.”

If the application status is not “Under Review,” edits can be made at any time.

WHAT’S CHANGED FROM THE PREVIOUS PROCESS IN RICC?

When an application was under review in the RICC system, the school received a list of questions and deficiencies via email.  The RICC system application was placed “in progress,” and schools needed to navigate through all areas of RICC and update the various pieces. Also, the school received a list of outstanding documents required in support of the application; these would need to be sent into the inspector and matched with the RICC application.  The process was a highly labour intensive.  If the subsequent submission did not meet all requirements, a list of remaining deficiencies was recorded and shared with the PCC to continue to update the application.

The process in PARIS directs the school’s attention to the specific areas within the application that require additional information and response.  The remaining pieces of the application are locked enabling school’s to directly focus on the issues identified. 

Extracted from the PARIS Reference Guide for Applicants / Registrants

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Do you have a question in navigating PARIS? Email jerry@businessassessmentsolutions.com or call or text Jerry at 905-906-3706.

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