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Ready to sign up for an assessment? Just download the Assessment Entry Form (PDF 260KB).

How to apply for assessment

When you first register for an ICB programme, you'll be told about the assessments that apply to you and will be advised on which you should take and when.

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If you have previously completed other studies that are relevant to your current course, you can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning and be exempt from certain learning areas.

Ten days after the ICB has received your Assessment Entry Form, we will send you your ICB Portfolio of Evidence which contains more information about your assessments. It also contains your unique Learner Number, which you must include on all your assessments in order for us to process them properly.

Cancellation and postponement of assessments

Once you are registered for a summative assessment, you cannot cancel the assessment entry, but you may postpone it to the next summative assessment date - as long as the ICB has received a Doctor's certificate or a motivational letter from your employer, campus principal or equivalent - together with the relevant postponement fee.

The postponement must be received by the ICB before the original summative assessment date and must indicate clearly which summative assessment date the postponement refers to.

You cannot postpone an assessment if its date has already passed.

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