External assessment dates

Qualification Date of EA
Week commencing
Date of results
Week commencing
ELSK-L2, LSK-L2 and USM-L2
Independent verification
17th November 2014
2nd March 2015
8th June 2015
10th August 2015
As and when portfolios are submitted to CPCAB for verification
ICSK-L2
Date when CPCAB needs to receive CRC lists
17th November 2014
2nd March 2015
8th June 2015
10th August 2015
As and when centres submit internal assessment results (there is no fixed date for this qualification)
CSK-L2 12th January 2015
27th April 2015
6th July 2015
23rd February 2015
8th June 2015
7th September 2015
CST-L3 26th January 2015
11th May 2015
6th July 2015
9th March 2015
15th June 2015
7th September 2015
LCS-L3 19th January 2015
18th May 2015
6th July 2015
13th April 2015
15th June 2015
7th September 2015
LC-L4 17th November 2014
22nd June 2015
8th December 2014
7th September 2015
TC-L4 Stage 1 Role play/audio recording:
29th September 2014 - 17th October 2014
5th January 2015 - 24th January 2015
27th April 2015 - 16th May 2015
N/A
TC-L4 Stage 2 Review papers:
20th October 2014
26th January 2015
18th May 2015

5th January 2015
23rd March 2015
7th September 2015
PC-L5 17th November 2014
22nd June 2015
15th December 2014
7th September 2015
CBT-L5 17th November 2014
22nd June 2015
15th December 2014
7th September 2015
TCSU-L6 17th November 2014
22nd June 2015
15th December 2014
7th September 2015

Reasonable adjustments and re-sits

If candidates require reasonable adjustments in external assessment please complete the application for reasonable adjustments form (CR3) and send it to CPCAB at least eight weeks prior to external assessment.

Re-sits have now been integrated into the main external assessment dates. Send the names of candidates re-sitting to marina@cpcab.co.uk eight weeks prior to the next external assessment date.

Candidates may only re-sit if they are proficient in the internal assessment. Re-sits must take place at the next CPCAB specified external assessment date and will be charged as per our fees.

Candidates who are not proficient in their re-sit are not usually recommended to undertake a second re-sit. However in certain circumstances this may be re-considered.