IPRC complete and now the IEP
There are some institutions that will develop an IEP without an IPRC or without an assessment. However, when an assessment is completed and there is a diagnosis of exceptionality, it is clear that the school must develop (& follow) an IEP.
There are protocols for this process just as there are for the IPRC.
This is from the Ministry of Education website.
What is an IEP?
The IEP must be developed for a student, in consultation with the parent. It must include:
specific educational expectations;
an outline of the special education program and services that will be received;
a statement about the methods by which the student’s progress will be reviewed; and
for students 14 years and older (except those identified as exceptional solely on the basis of giftedness), a plan for transition to appropriate postsecondary school activities, such as work, further education, and community living.