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Supporting customers with assessment in 2021-22 – Covid-19

This page was last updated 15 September 2021

We are working closely with education providers, employers, regulators and government departments on assessment arrangements for 2022.

We appreciate that as your situation changes you will have many questions and concerns on delivery and supporting your learners and apprentices. From Technical Qualifications to Functional Skills and VRQs, we will continue to offer guidance and support with the new alternative assessment arrangements for 2022 where these apply.

Note: We are currently in the process of updating guidance and information available on these pages.

Assessment arrangements 2022

Please view our latest guidance following updates from DfE and Ofqual below.

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Functional Skills

Guidance relating to adaptation arrangements for 2022.

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Assessment arrangements 2020/21

Please view updates and guidance from the previous academic year, 2020/21 below.

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Delivering on screen tests at an employer site

Guidance for the running of City & Guilds E-volve on screen tests.

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Adaptations guidance 2021-22

Please find the latest adaptations guides by area and sector.

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Updates for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Latest guidance and statements for those delivering qualifications in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Appeals

Please view our guidance on appeals for 2021.

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End-point assessment

For EPA customers - please read our guidance, FAQs and updates on this page, which will updated on a regular basis.

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Technical Qualifications 2022

Please find the latest updates and guidance for assessment arrangement for 2022.

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ESOL Skills for Life

Please read the latest update and guidance for ESOL here.

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System guidance, information and generic forms

Our hub for all system guides, information, and generic forms for the TAG, CDG and e-volve adaptations for 2021.

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