Non-examination assessment policy
Learners are registered for assessments after their induction session for a course. They receive certificates upon satisfactory completion of the course requirements.
The learner must check that all personal details are correct on their enrolment form as this information is used by the exam board for formal registration. Any problems, questions or queries should be raised with the Exams Officer as soon as noticed, to make sure there is reasonable time to resolve any issue.
Course fees are stated in the brochure and must be paid before enrolment. All fees include exam registration and certificate fees, unless a duplicate certificate is required. If a duplicate certificate is required, this must be paid for by the learner, unless the fault lies with Community Learning.
Assessment dates are confirmed once learners have been enrolled. The Exams Officer will communicate the deadline dates to the course tutor, who will then inform the learners.
The course tutor will make sure learners are prepared and ready for the assessments.
Learners are responsible for ensuring they attend their lessons on time and do their assessments to the best of their ability.
Learners are reminded that assessments are the individual’s work and plagiarism is not acceptable.