Pearson Centre Agreement

We expect a policy of protection from all our centres. This model can be adapted by the centres to ensure that it is adapted to individual needs. Universities must meet certain pearson requirements to comply with the specifications of the licensing agreement. These requirements are intended to ensure that this directive defines Pearson`s approach to planning start-up times for testing centres outside the United Kingdom. It applies to all UK and international centres that offer professional and general qualifications to Pearson. The decision to abolish the centre or program authorization is usually made by the teams responsible for the state of the headquarters or the improvement and regulation of the company and, in any event, approved by the competent agent. Pearson`s sale of products (including licensed valuations) and the purchase and use of these products by the customer depend on the acceptance of these Ts-Cs. The customer accepts these Ts-Cs by presenting user qualifications, orders for tests or rating services or by paying a partial or total pearson bill. These Ts-Cs represent the entire agreement between Pearson and the customer and include all the order terms associated with an order number (O.O.P.) with each order. If a provision of these Ts-Cs proves to be illegal or unenforceable, that provision must be read to the extent necessary to overcome the difficulty and the other provisions are applied. This guide is intended for centres that wish to adapt appropriately to an internal job or Pearson`s qualification, assessed internally, in order to reduce the impact of a disability or difficulty that would penalize a learner in the event of an assessment. If these reasonable adjustments were not successful, we provided information on how to request a specific consideration of an evaluation result. This policy provides information on cooperation and consortium agreements with centres in the UK and internationally.

It describes the models of the arrangements with which we can help you and how you should apply. This guide is designed to help centres and learners record and update the names and information of our learners about our systems. It also provides information to learners who have Pearson certificates and are no longer enrolled in a Pearson centre, but who wish to apply for a certificate change. This policy is aimed at centres applying for distance education or assessment in our qualifications and sets out the minimum requirements necessary to pass on our qualifications in this way. Here you will find Pearson Policies and Guides for Centres, Learners and Employees on our qualifications and all accompanying procedures. This guide is for all Pearson-approved centres that use qualifications as the basis for their own internal conduct policies. It provides advice on how to prevent administrative dysfunctions and malfunctions and what action we will take in the event of maladministration or alleged or suspected mismanagement. The policy has been updated to clarify that we will not retain results or certificates and will not allow them to be allowed at the centres for financial reasons. This directive provides instructions for the retention of candidates` or learners` results and certificates by Pearson Centres. It applies to all licensed centres for offers of offers, including the UK and international centres.

The general condition of Ofquals A4 requires all contracting organisations to have a conflict of interest directive. This directive provides guidance to those involved, including our centres, on how to deal with potential conflicts of interest that may arise from Pearson Education Limited`s role as a public procurement agency.