BCE Centre Information

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BCE Centre Information - How to become a Centre

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BCE is an Awarding Body offering programmes in Computing, Business and Hospitality.


Centre: A Higher Educational Establishment offering BCE programmes

Learner/Student: One who register at a Centre to undertake BCE programmes

Candidate: A learner who pays BCE Examination fee with the intention of sitting for examinations.

Centre Approval Fee: This fee is charged to centres wanting to be approved to offer BCE programmes. This fee pays for the administration work, site visit and (if successful) initial training given to all centres. In paying this fee Centre gain access to the suite of services and support that BCE provides free of charge to approved centres.

Learner Registration Fees: This fee is the cost of learner registering with us for a particular programme. This fee will be collected by the centre on the same day a learner registers for a course and then paid to BCE before each April, August and December assessment window.

Candidate Examination Fee: This fee covers the cost of us managing examinations and ensuring examinations are marked fairly and accurately. This fee also includes the costs of issuing learners with a unique result slip and certificate.

[See BCE Invoice Policy for different charges]

How to Apply
Organisations interested in becoming BCE Centres should email the following details:

a. Centre Head Name
b. Organisation Name and Address

BCE will then send an information pack (including BCE Centre Approval Registration Form)

On receiving the completed Centre Approval Registration Form and Registration Fee, we then notify Centre of BCE Training dates and on acknowledgement of BCE Centre Terms and Conditions, we authorise Centres to recruit learners for BCE programmes.

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