NEA / City & Guilds Level 2 Award in
Fuel Debt Advice in the Community
Online Assessment – Re-sit Bookings
HOW WILL THE ASSESSMENT WORK?
The Fuel Debt Advice in the Community 6281-16 assessment is open book format.
Once booked, the re-sit exam paper will be shared with learners electronically.
You can carry out the assessment at a time and location convenient to yourself. It is recommended that you allocate up to 2 hours to complete your assessment and use a location which is free from disturbance.
The assessment must be carried out individually and you must not collude with other candidates to assist in answering the questions. As this is a open book assessment you are encouraged to use the knowledge that you learnt from the training you attended as well as the training manual. Candidates are asked to answer the questions in their own words and must not copy and paste directly from the training manual. Copying and pasting is classed as plagiarism and assessors grading assessments will reject the answers and candidates will automatically fail the assessment.
The mark required for achieving this award is 80%, which reflects the assessment method is ‘open book’.
We aim to mark assessments and issue results within four week of receiving your assessment if you’ve not received notification of your result within this time please contact NEA. Typically, successful candidates will receive their City & Guilds certificate within 8 weeks after the result has been issued.
RE-SIT ASSESSMENT FEES
Not for profit organisation – £35 + VAT
Commercial / profit making organisations – £70 + VAT
The cost of the City & Guilds certificate fee is generally covered in the original course fee, if this is not the case there may also be an additional charge for the certificate.
If you received a funded place on the course between 1 April 2023 and 29 February 2024, the cost of the first re-sit will also be covered. If you are unsure, please check with NEA.
CONTACT FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Tracy Norris, National Energy Action