ABC Awards

Frequently Asked Questions

Section 1. How to use this web site

Section 2. About ABC services / qualifications and how to access them


Section 1. How to use this web site

  • +How do I find qualification information?

    Click on the Centre or Learner 'Click to search' box on the home page and filter your required results OR click on  'View All qualifications' at the top of the home page OR scroll down to the foot of the page and select the sector you are interested in.

  • +How do I create a user account?

    Only centres that are approved to offer ABC Awards qualifications will be able to log in.  Check with your Examination Officer for your log in and password.

    Please note that approved centres and subcontractors will be sent logins and passwords w/c 30 January 2012. If any documents are required in the meantime, please contact your ABC Qualification Administrator.

  • +I am using Internet Explorer 9 and can't login.

    If an approved user tries to open a private document in IE9, the login screen may flit across the screen and/or the page may freeze. Try using the back button, then login via the blue login button at the top of the page.

  • +How can I make on line registrations?

    Click on the ORS link at the top of the page and log in as normal.

    Please note that the login for on line registrations is the ORS link/text on the top navigation panel and not the blue login button.

  • +Can I book directly onto an event?

    If the event is one being offered by ABC Awards, there will be a booking form attached to the event information which can be completed and submitted on line.

  • +Can I download qualification information?

    If you are logged into the web site as an approved centre, you will be able to download documents.  If you are not logged in you will only have access to ABC's public documents.

  • +What do all the document codes mean?

    Public Documents - Available to all

    D16 = Units and Rules of Combination documents
    D14 = Qualification Information Sheet
    SSC = Sector Skills Council Assessment Strategy Document
    ER = External resources complementary to ABC qualifications developed by external partners and endorsed by ABC

    Private Documents - For approved centres and subcontractors

    G = Qualification Guide
    QG = Assessment guidance specific to a qualification or subsector
    UG = Assessment guidance specific to a unit
    AT = Templates to help assessors/learners track learner/assessment progress, in particular, Learning Unit Achievement Checklists
    FT = Tasks to support evidence of achievement
    RT = Tasks specified/required in assessment criteria eg externally set questions for independent assessment, statement of intents
    QU = Qualification Update


Section 2. About ABC services / quals and how to access them 


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