Becoming an ATHE centre will give you and your staff access to a community of consultants, associates and providers who all contribute to ATHE’s world-class status as a qualification provider. The information provided below is for those centres that are delivering ATHE qualifications or wish to do so.
The guidance and policies that ATHE provide must be followed to allow learner achievement, however they are non-prescriptive and wherever possible we encourage centres to adapt their provision to suit their learners.
See our qualification specifications for details on learning outcomes, assessment criteria and indicative content.
You can also see our sample assignments, suggested resources and teaching and learning guidance by logging on to the ATHE online portal and clicking on ‘Qualification Guidance’ on the first page.
The Learner Record Service fact sheet explaining the Unique Learner Number.
Useful information for international students
Awarding organisations in the UK are regulated by Ofqual who report directly to UK parliament.
Ofqual also regulate the QCF which is a framework for qualifications in the UK, recognised worldwide.
ATHE are no longer developing non-QCF awards, however if you have learners already registered then you can contact us directly to request access to them.
QCF Level Descriptors
Information on the level descriptors used within QCF units to define the expected level of understanding
Becoming an ATHE Centre
If you would like to become a recognised ATHE centre we can support you through the process. Become an ATHE recognised centre
All ATHE recognised centres must fully adhere to the Delivering ATHE qualifications Centre Handbook
Other Key Documents
There are various policies and procedures that ATHE follows and also requires it’s centres to follow.