CCEA recently partnered with Nerve Centre, Belfast, at W5 Learning Centre, and Belfast School of Art Ulster University, to deliver a support event for teachers who are keen to understand better the opportunities for young people in Northern Ireland’s Creative Industries.
A joint contingency plan to deal with any major disruption to examinations has been published . The plan is in place to ensure there is a consistent and effective response to any major disruption of examinations. The plan is published on the Ofqual website but is effective across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It was lights, camera and action for over 600 of Northern Ireland’s most creative young filmmakers and animators as CCEA’s Moving Image Arts Showcase returned to the big screen this week.
CCEA Regulation has received approval from the Minister for the Economy on the approach in vocational and technical qualifications in the 2022-23 academic year as follows:
CCEA has confirmed its approach to awarding qualifications in the academic year 2022/2023.
The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) is delighted to welcome Nathan Wardlow as its 2022 Boardroom Apprentice. This is the second year CCEA has participated in Boardroom Apprentice , a 12-month board learning, development and placement programme.
Today, September 29, The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) and Qualifications Wales (QW) outlined their approaches to awarding grades for summer 2023 GCSE and GCE qualifications regulated by each of these organisations.
CCEA and the Consumer Council have launched a new initiative in time for the new academic year, aimed at helping students avoid scams and identity theft.
This week the results of the CCEA Summer 2022 Reserve Series were released to 215 GCE and GCSE students across Northern Ireland.
Electronic results files for GCE and GCSE will be available for centres to download from the A2C Migration Application on Wednesday 31 August 2022 . The results are for release to candidates on 12.00 midday Wednesday 31 August 2022 .
This week over 9,500 students from 151 schools and colleges in Northern Ireland received their CCEA Vocational Qualifications and Occupational Studies results.
Electronic results files for GCSE will be available for centres to download from the A2C Migration Application on Wednesday 24 August 2022 . The results are for release to candidates on Thursday 25 August 2022 .
Today, Thursday 18 August 2022, 90 students received their Level 3 Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE) results from CCEA.