Examination Access Arrangements (EAA) SASC approved ONLINE Course(EAA)

Provider: Dyslexia Action Training
£295.00 + VAT
£285.00 + VAT Discounted rate for Guild Members only
Accreditation opportunities: SASC approved

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Description This course is designed for qualified assessment professionals who are required to make pre-examination adjustments and reasonable adjustments for examination candidates with special educational needs, disabilities or temporary injuries. This course reviews the requirements of the latest JCQ Regulations in the context of current legislation; reviews the process for applications for access arrangements; examiners relevant case studies and gives practice in the completion of JCQ Form 8 reports in support of Examination Access Arrangement requests. There have been major changes to JCQ regulations in the last three years, if you have previously studied this course and it was over three years ago then it may be useful for you to update your practice with this latest course
Duration 30 Hours over 6 Weeks

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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This course is run as an e-learning course via moodle our virtual learning environment and provides:

  • Review of the latest JCQ Regulations for Exam Access Arrangements
  • Revision and updating for specialist teachers on the completion of NEW Form 8 for EAA
  • Brief coverage of theoretical background and technical terms
  • Experience with recently published tests
  • Discussion of case studies and report writing
  • Useful handouts eg. collation documents for centre record of history of need and provision for new Form 8
  • Discussion forum to share questions and ideas and to keep up-to-date


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Full course details http://dyslexiaaction.org.uk/exam-access-arrangements-online-mentored-training-for-form-8-report-writing/



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Mar 24, 2018 00:00 Online course - Info