Becoming an examiner/moderator with CCEA is an opportunity for further professional development whilst boosting your income. Currently there are opportunities to join CCEA as an examiner or moderator at both GCSE and GCE level.
It was lights, camera and action for Northern Ireland’s most creative young film makers and animators at CCEA’s Moving Image Arts Showcase 2019.
Last year we asked for your feedback on our current website. Since then, we’ve been working to improve how the website works for you. This is the beta version of the new CCEA website, which we plan to launch by January 2020.
CCEA Regulation along with Ofqual and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), are pleased to publish a report today referencing the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ), to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
Primary schools across Northern Ireland are in with a chance of winning some great prizes for their classrooms, thanks to an innovative Minecraft Competition set by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in collaboration with Microsoft Education.
It's time to nominate YOUR Learner of the Year for CCEA's Professional & Technical Qualifications, for the annual 'Celebrate with CCEA' Award Ceremony, at Titanic Belfast on Tuesday 17 December 2019.
Electronic results files will be available for centres to download from the A2C Migration Application on Wednesday 21 August 2019 .
Commenting on this summer’s GCE results, Justin Edwards, Chief Executive of the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) said:
Electronic results files for GCE and CoPE will be available for centres to download from the A2C Migration Application on Wednesday 14 August 2019.
The three bodies responsible for regulating qualifications in, respectively, Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation), England (Ofqual) and Wales (Qualifications Wales) have today (Friday 2 August 2019) launched a joint consultation on proposals to revise their respective Conditions of Recognition – the rules governing the qualifications and organisations each regulate.