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This section applies to all qualifications accredited on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) which are moderated or assessed by post.
Once the assessment is complete, you can make a certification claim for each candidate. Centre-assessed work is then submitted for moderation so that OCR may sample it, in order to ensure that standards are being met. OCR-assessed units are sent to the OCR examiner-moderator so that they can be marked. After the assessment, your OCR examiner-moderator will confirm or edit the claim as appropriate. They will then send it to OCR to process.
Certification claims are made via Interchange.
There are no specific deadlines for making certification claims for on-demand assessments; however, it is important only to make claims when you are confident that the requirements for the unit have been met. Under no circumstances must claims be submitted unless, in the final opinion of the centre, the work meets the requirements for certification.
Centres must clarify any assessment queries with OCR before making claims for centre-assessed work. The moderation process must not be used as a means of obtaining a second opinion on assessment decisions. You should also submit the claim at least two weeks before you expect them to review your candidates' work.
You can build up claims on Interchange over a period of time, and you can keep adding to or editing an existing claim by clicking 'Edit' next to the qualification title or the candidate name. The claim you are making is available to view at each stage of the process as well as after certification.