The free Access Arrangements Update course is now SASC approved!

We’re happy to be able to share two pieces of great news at the start of the summer term.

Firstly, registrations are now open for this autumn’s free Access Arrangements Update course. Secondly – having taken on board feedback from some of last year’s delegates who need to maintain SASC CPD – we’ve now registered the course with SASC and those completing the course now benefit from three SASC-accredited CPD hours.

How do I register?

Registration is simple. Simply click on this link and enter your email address, name and confirm that you are an access arrangements professional and you’ll automatically receive a log-in.

What if I am already registered from last year?

Then the good news is you don’t need to do anything at all. As soon as the new JCQ update is released and we’ve created the course, you’ll be sent a reminder and the new course will be in your personal Campus Online dashboard.

I’ve forgotten my log-in details

Again, this is no problem. To reset your password simply visit Campus Online and follow the links and you’ll have access once again.

If I register today, can I see the current Access Arrangements Update?

Absolutely. For our free course, we give access to registrants for the entire year, so you can go back and check on the details of the current updates at any time. The next update course will be available from early September.

Will I gain a certificate upon completion?

Again, the answer is yes. Once you have completed the different strands (which should take around half a day) you will be able to download a certificate to show you have finished the update.

Can I share this with my colleagues?

As part of our duty to maintain professional standards, we would like this to be accessed by as many people as possible. The only caveat is that this course is intended for qualified access arrangements professionals. This update does not confer the right to carry out access arrangements to those without CPT3A or an equivalent JCQ-recognised qualification.

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