CCEA Regulation, Ofqual and Qualifications Wales take action alongside other substantive changes to their rules.
The work of some of Northern Ireland's most exceptional young artists will be on display at the Ulster Museum during January and February. CCEA’s True Colours is a showcase of the outstanding artwork produced for the summer 2019 GCE, GCSE & Entry level examinations.
We’ve updated our website to better meet your needs and created new areas for learners, parents and employers that we’ll continue to develop.
CCEA’s current Corporate Plan was approved in 2015. It sets out a vision for the Council and is structured around corporate priorities and associated objectives.
Electronic results files for GCSE will be available for centres to download from the A2C Migration Application on Wednesday 15 January 2020.
CCEA is currently contracting teachers to fulfil the roles of examiners and moderators in Summer 2020. These positons are an opportunity to boost your income during the summer months and to contribute to your Continuous Professional Development (CPD). To learn more about who can apply, how to submit an application, and the key benefits of the role continue reading.
The Department of Education Northern Ireland (DE) has commissioned CCEA Regulation to carry out a Review of Grading in modern languages at GCSE and A level. The languages that will be considered as part of this Review are French, German, Irish and Spanish.