iTEC will support centres to reschedule learners to another assessment date. Currently, centres do not need to withdraw learners; if learners do not sit an examination it will not count as an attempt for them.
iTEC has an established business continuity process, supported by a designated Covid-19 Task Force (C-19TF). The latter is drawn from senior representation from across the organisation, all with a strong understanding of the key processes and systems, and the needs of our employees, centres and stakeholders. Business continuity arrangements are being reviewed and managed in line with the latest government advice regarding Covid-19 and as the situation evolves.
Working together with, and guided by the qualification regulators, iTEC is monitoring the ongoing Covid-19 situation. We understand that centres may have queries or concerns as to how this may impact the delivery of any iTEC qualifications and any upcoming assessments.
iTEC will continue to update the FAQ document in these extraordinary circumstances. The priority is to ensure fairness to learners whilst following government and public health advice.