To join the Unit Award Scheme (UAS), you'll need to:
- complete a centre registration form (Please download and save the form onto your own device before editing.)
- attend a training meeting.
If your school or college doesn't have a Department for Education (DfE) or National Centre Number, you'll need to supply the following information on the registration form:
- contact details of two referees we can approach (for your school or college, not for the proposed UAS coordinator)
- website details or other published information where we can find out more about your school or college
- confirmation that your school or college has a Child Protection Policy if working with young people under the age of 16.
Also, if you don't receive 100% government funding, eg you are an independent school rather than a mainstream school or academy, you'll need to complete the Credit Assessment Form (included in the registration form).
Webinars: UAS for Special Educational Needs and Youth Services
Watch our webinars to find out more about how the Unit Award Scheme (UAS) can be used specifically within Special Educational Needs, and in a youth services setting. Register to watch these webinars using the links below:
Upcoming training meetings
Coronavirus: temporary suspension of this service
In light of the unfolding coronavirus situation, we have decided to cancel our face-to-face events until further notice.
We are now offering live online training sessions with a UAS trainer to replace the face-to-face events. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check for available dates and times. The cost for one of these webinar training sessions is £214.40 per coordinator.
What the training covers
- how the UAS works
- administration and assessment
- how to find, amend and write units.
What happens after training
Once your registration has been approved and you've completed the training, you'll be invoiced for the one-off registration fee. We'll then send you access information for Gateway – our online processing system.
Contact us when students have completed their first units, and we'll explain what you need to do to get the evidence checked before your certificates are issued.