Each year, we release a FREE online Access Arrangements Update, which provides you with all the information you need to be fully up to date with the new Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) exam regulations and requirements for the upcoming academic year.
This course is free of charge, as part of our ongoing aim to keep access arrangements assessors fully up-to-date and confident in their practice.
To register, complete the form below – registration only requires your email address, name and your declaration that you are a qualified access arrangements assessor.
Registering now will give you access to our 2023/24 update course.
You will be given access to our 2023/24 update course.
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Those registering for the free access arrangements update will:
This course comprises a number of videos and activities to work through, including:
This update is delivered fully online, hosted on our bespoke virtual learning environment, Campus Online.
We update our course annually once the new JCQ regulations have been released, this is usually towards the end of August.
Real Training is the UK’s leading provider of Access Arrangements training. You can undergo this course if you are qualified in CCET, or take both modules together as CPT3A. This course is flexibly delivered either fully online or blended.
If you have completed and passed Real Training’s CCET or CPT3A and would benefit from additional support in your school or Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) to carry out assessments, you may wish to consider training one or more of your colleagues to be an Assistant Test User (ATU).
Please note that Assistant Test Users must be overseen by someone who has completed either CCET or CPT3A and cannot administer assessments which are part of an access arrangements application, however, they will support you in being able to administer and score a larger number of tests to support your school community. You can find out more here.
“This update is the best yet! Very informative, very detailed with all the Q&A’s covered comprehensively. The format of case study, video and questions is very helpful with the examples and detail for completing the new forms.” – Jill
Sophia Butler read Experimental Psychology and then trained as a counsellor before moving into teaching. She currently works with twelve schools in the Berks/Bucks/Oxon area as a specialist assessor.
Philippa Baillie is the lead advisory teacher and specialist assessor for Norfolk’s Dyslexia Outreach Service. She delivers dyslexia training to schools across the county.