If you are advised that a module result is Not Yet Competent, but you believe you really do have the required degree of competency; and you have provided reasonable proof of this to the College, you may appeal that result.
To appeal a decision you should ask your College Student Adviser to have your work remarked by another Trainer/Assessor; or send this request via the Feedback page on the website.
You may be asked to provide a “fresh” copy of your original assessment. The task will be given to another assessor to mark. They will not be told it has already been marked and found to be Not Yet Competent.
The second assessors result will be the official result. For internal development purposes, after this exercise the two marked assessments will be compared for consistency.
It is expected that an appeal is lodged within 14 days of a result; but where there is good reason for a late application this will not prevent an appeal being actioned.