Unique Learner Number

The Unique Learner Number (ULN) is a number to be used throughout lifelong learning to support the examinations processes and recording of achievements for each learner. It is an important number that will facilitate access to examinations and a range of progression pathways post school/college.

An update webinar recorded on 11th May 2017, gives information to schools on progress, the development of the PLR and a Q&A session. A copy of this is included above.

ULN Guidance Manual for Schools Unique Learner Number Guidance Manual for Schools

The ULN Guidance Manual for Schools contains advice and guidance on the steps you should take to ensure all your pupils have ULNs for examinations entries. This manual is an update version of guidance produced for the school roll out 2015/16.

ULN Guidance for FE Colleges in Northern Ireland Unique Learner Number Guidance for FE Colleges in Northern Ireland

The ULN Guidance Manual for FE Colleges contains advice and guidance on dealing with some of the technical issues on allocation of ULNs and making examinations entries. For any further information contact David Crosbie on dcrosbie@ccea.org.uk or 07834271668

Unique Learner Number Guidance for Voluntary and Community Organisations

The ULN Guidance Voluntary and Community Organisations contains advice on how to register with the Learning Records Service and obtain ULNs for trainees and clients completing qualifications. For any further information contact David Crosbie on dcrosbie@ccea.org.uk or 07834271668

Unique Learner Number: Information for Learners  836 KB - Uploaded 21-08-2017

Unique Learner Number: Getting ULN’s for your Learners  849 KB - Uploaded 21-08-2017