Enhanced quality assurance arrangements for Street Works qualifications
Due to requirements in HAUC's assessment strategy, SQA is implementing additional enhanced quality assurance arrangements from 2 May 2022 for centres delivering Street Works qualifications.
Centres offering these qualifications have a particular responsibility for the administration and conduct of assessments for the following reasons:
- Centres are acting as agents of SQA and are responsible for ensuring that SQA rules regarding the conduct of assessments are applied consistently and fairly.
- Centres must make sure that, where the candidates are not known to the invigilator or supervisor, sufficient identity/security checks are carried out prior to the examination/assessment to ensure the candidate is who they say they are.
Full details of requirements can be found in the Qualification Verification Criteria Guidance for Centres.
Centres delivering assessments for these qualifications must advise SQA a minimum of 5 working days prior to the assessment taking place by completing this form. Please note that no candidate information is required at that time, only the dates and times of SQA assessment. Assessments can only take place if SQA has been notified. Failure to notify us could result in sanctions being imposed on your centre.
We reserve the right to undertake unannounced visits to ensure assessments take place in line with qualification requirements.