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Notes to the trainer Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Invigilators Invigilators and and those those acting acting as as aa Communication Communication Professional, Professional, aa Language Language Modifier, Modifier, aa practical practical assistant, assistant, aa prompter, prompter, aa reader reader or or aa scribe scribe must must fully fully understand the respective role and what is and what is not permissible in the examination room. understand the respective role and what is and what is not permissible in the examination room. A A training training session session must must be be organised organised for for invigilators invigilators and and those those facilitating facilitating an an access access arrangement arrangement for for aa candidate candidate under under examination

examination conditions. conditions. A A record record of of the the content content of of the the training training given given to to invigilators invigilators and and those those facilitating facilitating an an access access arrangement arrangement for for aa candidate candidate under under examination examination conditions conditions must must be be available available for for inspection inspection and and retained retained on on file file until until the the deadline deadline for for reviews reviews of of marking marking has has passed passed or or until until any any appeal, appeal, malpractice malpractice or or other other results results enquiry enquiry has has been been completed, completed, whichever whichever is is later.. later.. [ICE [ICE 13.6] 13.6] The The aim aim of of this

this presentation presentation is is to to support support the the delivery delivery of of training, training, so so facilitators facilitators and and invigilators invigilators understand understand their their individual individual roles, roles, what what is is expected expected of of them them and and the the rules rules of of particular particular access access arrangements. arrangements. These These slides slides have have been been significantly significantly reordered reordered and and added added to to since since the the previous previous version. version. This This template template is is provided provided as as an an example example only. only. This This presentation presentation should should be be edited edited to to suit suit your your training training needs needs or or ways ways of of working working in

in your your centre. centre. Remember Remember to to add add your your name name and and date date of of training training on on this this cover cover slide. slide. Some Some changes changes to to JCQ JCQ instructions/regulations instructions/regulations for for 2019/20 2019/20 are are highlighted. highlighted. Any Any changes/updates changes/updates in in the the JCQ JCQ publication publication Access Access Arrangements Arrangements and and Reasonable Reasonable Adjustments Adjustments (AA) (AA) where where they they may may impact impact on on the the role/training role/training of of aa facilitator facilitator should should be be closely closely checked checked by by the the SENCo SENCo and and highlighted highlighted during during training. training. Each Each slide slide is is intended intended to to give

give aa brief brief overview; overview; some some slides slides provide provide suggested suggested handouts handouts (shown (shown at at the the bottom bottom of of the the slide) slide) to to supplement supplement the the overview overview to to ensure ensure the the role role and and rules rules of of the the arrangement arrangement are are fully fully covered. covered. These These could could be be changed changed to to electronic electronic links links to to relevant relevant information information or or links links emailed emailed to to trainees trainees prior prior to to the the training training session. session. The The trainer trainer can can choose choose to to issue issue these these handouts/provide handouts/provide links links to to the the information information and

and any any other other relevant relevant information information deemed deemed appropriate appropriate this this information information can can be talked through with the trainees and/or be used as a point of future reference. be talked through with the trainees and/or be used as a point of future reference. Where Where an an access access arrangement arrangement is is never never used used in in aa centre, centre, the the particular particular slide slide (or (or section section of of aa slide) slide) can can be be deleted. deleted. Where Where an an arrangement, arrangement, commonly commonly used used in in aa centre, is not included in the presentation, a slide should be added. centre, is not included in the presentation, a slide should be added. (Grey

(Grey text text in in this this presentation presentation shows shows direct direct quotes quotes taken taken from from the the JCQ JCQ publications publications as as identified) identified) Training for facilitators and invigilators supporting and supervising access arrangement candidates A A video video icon icon on on aa slide slide indicates indicates aa video video is is available available to to support support training training (The (The Role Role of of aa Reader; Reader; The The Role Role of of aa Scribe). Scribe). To To access access the the videos, videos, log log in in to to The The Exams Exams Office Office website website and and select select Invigilation Invigilation Videos Videos from from the the drop drop down down Invigilation Invigilation menu menu at at the the top top of

of the the screen. screen. Have Have this this page page running running in in the the background background during during your your training training and and toggle toggle between between the the presentation presentation and and the the page page to to play play aa video video at at the the required required point. point. Delete Delete the the video video icon/icons icon/icons ifif not not relevant/appropriate relevant/appropriate to to your your training training session. session. Presented by [insert name here] October 2019 This template is provided for members of The Exams Office only and must not be shared beyond use in your centre Welcome Insert any relevant information or delete this slide Notes to the trainer Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Add Add any any relevant relevant housekeeping

housekeeping or or other other information information here here in in terms terms of of your your welcome welcome messages. messages. Agenda Access arrangements (an introduction to what they are and what is a facilitator) General principles for the invigilation of candidates with access arrangements Access arrangements available (The rules of the arrangement and the role of the facilitator and/or the invigilator) Centre specific information and instructions Questions and evaluation Aim of the training To ensure facilitators supporting candidates and invigilators supervising candidates fully understand: their respective roles and what is and what is not permissible in the exam room the rules of particular access arrangements References to ICE in this presentation relate to the JCQ publication Instructions for Conducting Examinations 2019-2020 References to AA in this presentation relate to the JCQ publication Access Arrangements and Reasonable Adjustments 2019-2020 Access Arrangements Introduction Access Arrangements are pre-examination adjustments for candidates based on evidence of need and normal way of working. Access Arrangements fall into two distinct categories: some arrangements are delegated to centres, others require prior JCQCIC awarding body approval. Access Arrangements allow candidates/learners with special educational needs, disabilities or temporary injuries to access the assessment without changing the demands of the assessment. For example, readers, scribes and Braille question papers. In this way Awarding Bodies will comply with the duty of the Equality Act 2010 to make 'reasonable adjustments'. [JCQ website - Access Arrangements, Reasonable Adjustments and Special Consideration - An Overview] Invigilators must be informed of those candidates with access arrangements. Invigilators must be made aware of the particular access arrangement(s) awarded. [ICE 16.4] Access Arrangements What is a facilitator? A person appointed to support (facilitate) certain access arrangements for a candidate under examination conditions When is a facilitator appointed? A facilitator is appointed to support a candidate who is approved the use of a practical assistant prompter

Language Modifier reader scribe Communication Professional www.keenpac.co.uk General principles for the invigilation of candidates with access arrangements Invigilators and those acting as a Communication Professional, a Language Modifier, a practical assistant, a prompter, a reader or a scribe must fully understand the respective role and what is and what is not permissible in the examination room. [ICE 13.6] Invigilation arrangements Invigilators must conduct all exams according to the requirements in ICE for all candidates whether any candidate is awarded an access arrangement or not A separate invigilator is required to supervise access arrangement candidates requiring the support of a facilitator unless, where allowed in the regulations, and on a 1:1 basis with a candidate, the invigilator may also act as the facilitator Where an arrangement requires an invigilator to supervise a candidate on a 1:1 basis (whether the arrangement requires a facilitator or not), the invigilator should introduce the role to the candidate (for example, I am here to invigilate your exam) To maintain a level playing field, the candidate must have the same invigilation experience as other candidates in the main exam room(s) General principles for the invigilation of candidates with access arrangements Dependent on the needs of the candidate, the candidate may be approved the use of several access arrangements at the same time (for example a reader, a scribe and 25% extra time) The rules of each individual arrangement must be applied in the exam room Where an arrangement requires the support of a facilitator - at the start of each session, the facilitator should introduce the role to the candidate (for example, I am here to read for you in your exam...) remind the candidate of the rules of the arrangement(s) If the invigilator is also acting as the facilitator on a 1:1 basis with a candidate, the invigilator should introduce the roles to the candidate (for example I am your invigilator and I am also your reader...) remind the candidate of the rules of the arrangement(s) To maintain a level playing field, the candidate must have the same invigilation experience as other candidates in the main exam room(s) Access arrangements available The rules of the arrangement and the role of the facilitator and/or the invigilator Computer reader/reader Computer reader This is an arrangement where the candidate uses assistive technology to complete the exam Computer software which accurately reads out text, (including synthetic speech software stored on a memory stick) but does not decode or interpret the paper, may be used as a computer reader In cases where a computer reader is unable to recognise and thus read an individual word, a reader may read out the particular word to the candidate [AA 5.5] Reader This is a facilitator who reads all or some of the instructions and questions on the exam paper to the candidate Where a reader may be required to read an individual word that the computer reader is unable to recognise, the rules on the use of a reader apply Notes to the trainer Invigilator [insert] Delete

Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Computer Computer reader reader Where Where applicable applicable to to any any candidates candidates in in your your centre, centre, add add to to the the slide slide relevant relevant information for the invigilator supervising a candidate using a computer information for the invigilator supervising a candidate using a computer reader, reader, for for example example how how the the technology technology is is managed managed in in your your centre, centre, if if the the candidate candidate will will be be in in a a separate separate room room etc. etc. Computer reader/reader The centre is responsible for ensuring that the candidate and reader cannot be overheard by, or distract other candidates. (This will also apply if

the candidate uses a computer reader.) [ICE 13.3] Reader is a responsible adult who reads the instructions of the question paper and the questions to the candidate. This may involve reading the whole paper to the candidate or the candidate may request only some words to be read. must be trained in and fully follow The rules the use of a reader A Reader may must... must not will be issued with the JCQ Memory aid for a reader prior to each exam session Invigilator Where the candidate and reader are accommodated in another room,to onthe a one to one basis, the invigilator may additionally act as the Notes trainer reader. Delete this text box the contained Delete box when when the information information Where candidates only require occasional words or phrases to be read, three this or fourtext candidates may share one reader. The contained candidate will need to below is understood below is understood put up their hand or use a prompt card when he/she needs help with reading. If the group is accommodated in another room a separate invigilator (Update (Update 29/10/2019) 29/10/2019) The The rules rules the the use use of of a a reader reader will be required. [ICE 13.3] Where Where relevant relevant in in your your presentation presentation refer refer to to the the JCQ JCQ Notice Notice to to Centres

Guidance for centres on the decoding of symbols Centres - Guidance for centres on the decoding of symbols and and unit unit Papers (or sections of papers) testing reading abbreviations abbreviations in in maths maths and and science science examinations examinations (Effective (Effective from from 28 28 A computer reader will be allowed in papers (or sections of papers)October testing reading. 2019) found here October 2019) found here https://www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/access-arrangements-and-special https://www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/access-arrangements-and-special A reader will not be allowed to read questions or text in papers (or sections of papers) testing reading... -consideration/regulations-and-guidance -consideration/regulations-and-guidance In a paper (or a section of a paper) testing reading a reader may read upon request, what the candidate hashave writtenthe without any emphasis on for clarification on who following rule for back, clarification on candidates candidates who may may have the following rule applied: applied: errors. [AA 5.5] Handout: copy of relevant extracts from AA 5.5 including

may may decode decode symbols symbols and and unit unit abbreviations abbreviations in in Maths Maths and and this will The rules Science Science the use ofexaminations examinations a reader; copy as of asICE this 13.3 will not not affect affect the the integrity integrity of of the the assessment assessment Read aloud and/or the use of an examination reading pen Read aloud This an arrangement where the candidate may read aloud in the exam room Use of an examination reading pen This is an arrangement where the candidate uses assistive technology to complete the exam A candidate who reads aloud to himself/herself must be accommodated separately within the centre. The use of an examination reading pen, provided by the centre, might benefit those candidates who wish to work independently who do not qualify for a reader... An examination reading pen may be used in papers (or sections of papers) testing reading [AA 5.6] Invigilator Notes to the trainer Where a candidate reads aloud, invigilation will take place in another room on a 1:1 basis Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood

understood Where a candidate is using an examination reading pen... Read Read aloud aloud and/or and/or an an examination examination reading reading pen pen Handout: copy of relevant extracts from AA 5.6; Where Where applicable applicable to to any any candidates candidates in in your your centre, centre, add add to to the the slide slide relevant relevant information for the invigilator supervising a candidate using an information for the invigilator supervising a candidate using an examination examination reading reading pen, for example how pen, of forICE example how the the reading reading pen pen technology technology is is managed managed in in your your centre, centre, copy 14.17 headphones headphones etc. etc. Scribe/speech recognition technology Scribe

This is a facilitator who writes or types the candidates dictated answers to questions on the exam paper The centre is responsible for ensuring that the candidate and scribe cannot be overheard by, or distract other candidates. (This will also apply if the candidate uses speech recognition technology.) [ICE 13.4] must be trained in and fully follow The rules the use of a scribe A Scribe must... must not may must complete a scribe cover sheet (Form 2) will be issued with the JCQ Memory aid for a scribe prior to each exam session Invigilator Normally, the candidate and scribe will be accommodated in another room. Where the candidate and scribe are accommodated in another room, on a one to one basis, the invigilator may additionally act as the scribe. [ ICE 13.4] Handouts: copies of relevant extracts from AA 5.7 including The rules the use of a scribe and a blank Form 2; copy of ICE 13.4 Scribe/speech recognition technology Use of speech recognition technology This is an arrangement where the candidate uses assistive technology to complete the exam Where a candidate is approved the use of a scribe... as appropriate to his/her needs, the candidate may alternatively use: a word processor with the spelling and grammar check facility enabled... a word processor with predictive text/spelling and grammar check facility enabled... speech recognition technology with predictive text when the candidate dictates into a word processor computer software, producing speech, which is used to dictate to a scribe. ... In all cases a scribe cover sheet must be completed and not a word processor cover sheet. [AA 5.7] Scribe Notes to the trainersoftware, producing speech, the rules on the use of a Where taking dictation from a candidate using computer scribe apply Invigilator [insert] Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Speech Speech recognition recognition technology technology Where Where applicable applicable to to any any candidates candidates in in your your centre,

centre, add add to to the the slide slide relevant relevant information information for for the the invigilator invigilator supervising supervising a a candidate candidate using using any any form form of of speech speech recognition recognition technology, technology, for for example example how how the the technology technology is is managed managed in in your your centre, centre, if if the the candidate candidate will will be be in in a a separate room separate room etc. etc. Language papers Use of a scribe Modern Foreign A scribe will not be allowed in Modern Foreign Language papers, unless the candidate can dictate foreign words letter by letter [AA 5.7] Practical assistant This is a facilitator who, at the instruction of the candidate, carries out practical tasks (where approved by the awarding body) on the candidates behalf A practical assistant ...must be made aware, prior to the examination, of the task(s) he/she will be performing as specifically approved by the awarding body [ICE 13.2] must be trained in and fully follow The rules the use of a practical assistant A Practical Assistant must... must not may must complete a Practical Assistant cover sheet (Form 3) Invigilator Candidates using a practical assistant may need to be accommodated in another room.

Where the candidate and practical assistant are accommodated in another room, on a one to one basis, the invigilator may additionally act as the practical assistant. [ICE 13.2] Handouts: copies of relevant extracts from AA 5.14 including The rules the use of a practical assistant and a blank Form 3; copy of ICE 13.2 The role of a roving invigilator Where the invigilator additionally acts as a practical assistant, a reader and/or a scribe, as per paragraphs 13.2 to 13.4, the centre must additionally use a roving invigilator. The roving invigilator will enter the room at regular intervals in order to observe the conducting of the examination, ensuring all relevant rules are being adhered to and supporting the practical assistant/reader and/or scribe in maintaining the integrity of the examination. [ICE 13] The invigilator (also acting as a practical assistant, a reader and/or a scribe) should inform the candidate prior to the start of the exam that this will happen during the exam and that the candidate should continue with their exam as normal Notes to the exams officer Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Consider Consider customising customising and and making making use use of of the the Roving Roving invigilator invigilator checklist checklist template template on The Exams Office website. on The Exams Office website. Handout: (Copy of the centres roving invigilator checklist) Prompter This is a facilitator appointed to keep the candidate focused on completing the exam Prompter is a responsible adult who may sit beside the candidate in order to keep him or her focused on the need to answer a question and then move on to answering the next question. [ICE 14.12] must be trained in and fully follow the rules of the arrangement A Prompter may must... must not is briefed prior to each exam on the appropriate method of prompting a particular candidate Invigilator The invigilator may act as a prompter, a practical assistant, a reader and/or a scribe where the candidate is accommodated separately on a one to one basis. If the prompter is acting as a Language Modifier a separate invigilator will be required . [ICE 14.16]

Handouts: copies of AA 5.10 and ICE 14.11-16 Supervised rest breaks This is an arrangement where the exam may be paused, and the candidate allowed a rest break under the required level of supervision There is no maximum time set for supervised rest breaks. The decision must be made by the SENCo based on their knowledge of the candidates needs and the candidates normal way of working when placed under timed conditions. It may be helpful to consider in advance of the examination(s) how many breaks a candidate might need and the approximate duration of the supervised rest break. This will allow sufficient staff to be available to facilitate the rest break. [AA 5.1] Invigilator must ensure: the candidate does not have access to the question paper/answer booklet during a supervised rest break the candidate is accompanied if needing to leave the exam room temporarily that the full time for the exam is given to the candidate around the supervised rest break(s) records the time and duration of the supervised rest breaks is briefed prior to each exam where invigilating a candidate with supervised rest breaks on how the exam should be conducted, if the exam will take place in another room on a 1:1 basis etc. Separate invigilation within the centre This is an arrangement where a candidate with an established difficulty sits the exam in a separate room with an invigilator on a 1:1 basis Where candidates are subject to separate invigilation within the centre, the regulations and guidance within this booklet must be adhered to at all times. This is particularly so in relation to accommodation and invigilation arrangements. [ICE 14.18] Invigilator is briefed prior to each exam where supervising a candidate on a 1:1 basis and is made aware of any particular issues relating to the candidate Word processors (computers, laptops and tablets) This is an arrangement where a candidate is granted the use of a word processor (computer, laptop or tablet) The candidate may complete the whole of the exam on the word processor or choose to write some answers in the answer booklet Invigilator Notes to the exams officer Notes to the exams officer is briefed prior to each exam where supervising a candidate using a word processor on Delete Delete this

this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is how the exam should be conducted, if the exam will takeunderstood place in a main exam room or in understood Consider customising Consider customising and making making use use of of the the another room separate to the main cohort etc. and Access arrangements: word processor Access arrangements: word processor checklist checklist template template on on The The Exams Exams Office Office website. website. Use of such a checklist is a good practice way of ensuring is briefed on the printing arrangements Use of such ina checklist placeis a good practice way of ensuring the the logistics logistics around around candidates candidates using using aa word

word processor processor for for exams exams are are all all in in place place in in readiness readiness for for the the exam exam the the processes processes to to be be followed followed in in the the exam exam room room are are confirmed confirmed the instructions to word processor candidates are the instructions to word processor candidates are issued issued as as standard standard in in every every exam exam ensures a word processor cover sheet (Form 4) is completed and included with the candidates printed script Handout: copy of ICE 14.20-25 and a blank Form 4 (A copy of the centres word processor checklist) Bilingual translation dictionaries Colour naming for candidates who are colour blind Use of a bilingual translation dictionary This is an arrangement where a candidate whose first language is not English, Irish or Welsh may be permitted (and where allowed by the awarding bodys specification) to use a (word to word) bilingual dictionary A standard bilingual translation dictionary must be used by the candidate. This may be an electronic bilingual translation dictionary or more typically a hard copy paper bilingual translation dictionary. Monolingual dictionaries (which define words and phrases), translators (including web based translators), wordlists or glossaries must not be used [ICE 14.4] Colour naming by the invigilator for candidates who are colour blind This is an arrangement where the invigilator may be permitted to name colours for a candidate Invigilator is provided with the relevant dictionary as part of the secure exam materials issued prior to the start of the exam

is fully briefed prior to the start of the exam on how colour naming should be applied Handout: copy of ICE 14.2-10 25% Extra time This arrangement is where extra time is added on to the duration of the exam paper Extra time must not be confused with supervised rest breaks... [AA 5.2] The most common arrangement is 25% extra time (although up to and over 50% may be permitted for a candidate in exceptional circumstances) As example - a candidate awarded 25% extra time in a 2-hour exam paper, will be approved to take up to 2 hours 30 minutes to complete the paper. Invigilator is briefed prior to the start of the exam on the exam time duration including extra time for the candidate ensures that the correct finishing time of the exam is calculated and clearly communicated to the candidate amends the finishing time displayed to the candidate to reflect the extra time awarded Modified papers This arrangement is where a candidate is provided with an exam paper in a modified format Various standard formats are made available by awarding bodies The centre is permitted to prepare certain modified papers prior to the starting time of the exam (as example, an enlarged paper and/or a paper copied onto coloured paper) Invigilator ensures that the correct modified question paper has been placed face-up on the candidate's desk Other arrangements There are other access arrangements that may be in place for a candidate Some arrangements may be accommodated in the main exam room(s); others may require a candidate to be accommodated separately Examples of other arrangements include: Amplification equipment Braillers Notes to the trainer Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is Closed circuit television (CCTV)Delete understood understood Coloured Overlays Add/delete Add/delete any

any arrangements arrangements that that are, are, or or likely likely to to be, be, relevant relevant to to any any of of your your exam exam candidates. candidates. Low vision aid/magnifier Give Give a a brief brief overview overview of of each each relevant relevant arrangement arrangement to to ensure ensure that that invigilators invigilators know know what what to to expect expect and and how how the the different different arrangements arrangements may may need need to to be be managed managed by by the the invigilator invigilator in in the the exam exam room. room. Optical Character Reader (OCR) scanners There may also be cases where last minute temporary/emergency arrangements have to be put in place due to candidate illness, injury or indisposition at exam time Invigilators will be briefed accordingly prior to each exam session involving the supervision of access arrangement candidates Centre-specific information and instructions

Insert information or delete this slide Notes to the trainer Delete Delete this this text box when the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Add Add here here any any centre-specific centre-specific information information and/or and/or instructions instructions that that may may not not have have been been covered covered in in previous previous slides slides that that are are pertinent pertinent to to facilitators facilitators and/or and/or invigilators invigilators supporting/supervising supporting/supervising access access arrangement arrangement candidates. candidates. Questions and evaluation Any questions? Evaluation form Notes to the trainer Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood Ask

Ask the the trainees trainees if if they they have have any any further further questions questions not not previously previously answered answered during during the the training, training, Ideally Ideally ask ask trainees trainees to to complete complete an an evaluation evaluation form form to to determine determine if if the the aims aims of of the the training training were were achieved. achieved. (You (You might might wish wish to to return return to to slide slide Aim Aim of of the the training training to to prompt responses to this). An example prompt responses to this). An example Access Access arrangements: arrangements: Training Training evaluation evaluation form form template

template is is provided provided to to support support this this presentation. presentation. Record the training given as required. Record the training given as required. Invigilator Invigilator training training record record template template for for this this purpose. purpose. Customise Customise the the Language Modifier Language Modifier is a responsible adult who may clarify the carrier language used in the examination paper when requested to do so by a candidate. must not explain technical terms or subject-specific terms. will not be allowed to read questions or text in a paper (or a section of a paper) testing reading. [AA 5.11] must be trained in and fully follow The rules the use of a Language Modifier A Language Modifier may must... must not must complete a Language Modifier cover sheet (Form 6A) will be issued with the JCQ Memory aid for a Language Modifier prior to each exam session Invigilator must listen carefully and observe the conduct of the Language Modifier throughout the duration of the examination. to the trainer must countersign the cover sheetNotes ensuring that it accurately reflects the actions of the Language Modifier during the examination. [ICE 13.1] Delete Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below

below is is understood understood The candidate and the Language Modifier wherever possible should be accommodated in another room. If If this this arrangement arrangement is is relevant relevant to to any any candidate(s) candidate(s) in in your your centre, centre, move move this this slide slide above the slide Centre specific information and instructions. above the slide Centre specific information and instructions. invigilator must be available for each candidate [ICE 13.1] A separate Language Modifier and If relevant, delete slide. If not not relevant, delete this this slide. Handouts: copies of relevant extracts from AA 5.11 including The rules the use of a Language Modifier and a blank Form 6A Communication Professional (for candidates using Sign Language) The role of a Communication Professional is to present the questions in a different language without: changing the meaning; providing any additional information; or providing an explanation as to what the question requires of the candidate [AA 5.13] Communication Professional

must be appropriately qualified must be trained in and fully follow The rules the use of a Communication Professional must complete a Communication Professional cover sheet (Form 6) will be issued with the JCQ Memory aid for a Communication Professional prior to each exam session Invigilator Notes to the trainer Candidates requiring the use of a Communication Professional may need to be accommodated in another room, in which Delete case a separate invigilator will be required. [ICE 13.5] Delete this this text text box box when when the the information information contained contained below below is is understood understood If If this this arrangement arrangement is is relevant relevant to to any any candidate(s) candidate(s) in in your your centre, centre, move move this this slide slide above above the the slide slide Centre Centre specific specific information information and and instructions. instructions. If If not not relevant, relevant, delete delete this this slide. slide. Handouts: copies of relevant extracts from AA 5.13 including The rules the use of a Communication Professional and a blank Form 6

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