2020 Regulation News
CCEA Regulation has today, Tuesday 23 June 2020, published its key decisions regarding the principles upon which an alternative appeals process for the Summer 2020 GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications should be developed by CCEA awarding organisation (AO). Decisions taken were informed by the outcomes and analysis of a recent two week public consultation on the issue.
CCEA Regulation have today, posted the key dates for centres to submit centre assessed grades for VTQs to awarding organisations. Full information is available in the document below.
CCEA Regulation continues to work with Ofqual on the extraordinary awarding arrangements for general and vocational qualifications for summer 2020.
CCEA Regulation has been working alongside Ofqual to develop the regulatory framework for all vocational and technical qualifications in scope for extraordinary awarding arrangements in summer 2020.
During the last fortnight, CCEA Regulation has been seeking feedback from a range of respondents for the consultation on the appeals process for summer 2020 awarding of GCSE, AS and A level qualifications.
CCEA Regulation is working alongside Ofqual during the current COVID-19 crisis to ensure that as many learners as possible receive qualifications which they would have completed during the affected period.
CCEA Regulation’s public consultation on the development of an alternative appeals process for the Summer 2020 awarding of GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications is fast approaching its closing date.
CCEA Regulation has published further guidance for schools and colleges with regard to the awarding arrangements for ‘private candidates’ entered for GCSE, AS and A Level examinations this summer.
CCEA Regulation has today launched a public consultation with regard to the development of an alternative appeals process for the summer 2020 awarding of GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications.
In line with the Minister for the Department for the Economy’s announcement on 23rd April, CCEA Regulation has been working with awarding organisations to put arrangements in place for the award of ESQs using a calculated approach.
CCEA Regulation, today, has published guidance for schools and colleges on how Occupational Studies will be awarded following the cancellation of this year’s exams. CCEA has received instruction from the Minister of Education about how to proceed in regards to Occupational Studies qualifications.
On 24 April, Ofqual published a consultation on the exceptional arrangements that it plans to put in place for vocational qualifications in England in response to the cancellation of the summer 2020 examination series.
On 15 April, Ofqual published a consultation on the exceptional arrangements that it plans to put in place for GCSEs, AS and A levels in England in response to the cancellation of the Summer 2020 examination series.
We welcome the Minister’s announcement on vocational qualifications. CCEA Regulation will now work with the Department for the Economy, the Department of Education and the broad group of awarding organisations to implement the minister’s wishes.
Today’s announcement by Ofqual outlines the arrangements for the awarding of some of the vocational and technical qualifications that it regulates in England.