Information for existing centres
UAL Awarding Body invoicing policy
All UAL Awarding Body invoices are raised on the University’s Management Information System and shall comply with the University’s Standing Financial Orders and Financial Procedures for Income. The University undertakes to raise all invoices for fees and charges promptly, and to ensure that sufficient information is made available with all invoices to enable the customer to verify it for payment.
The University requires all invoices to be settled upon receipt and all outstanding amounts will be referred to our Credit Control team after 30 days. These terms of business shall be clearly stated in all correspondence. The University currently maintains an electronic record of all transactions for 10 years.
In addition, we require all relevant departments to retain original supporting documentation for the same period.
If you have a query relating to an invoice, please contact Maisie James.
Using our online portal
We use an online portal to capture registration and certification information. You can login to the portal at centre.arts.ac.uk
Free, face-to-face training is available on request for administrative staff offering our qualifications. The system is password protected and passwords will be allocated to staff following centre approval. If your centre is approved to deliver UAL Awarding Body qualifications and you require a login for the portal, please email email@example.com to request one.
The Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) recognises achievement through the award of credits for units and qualifications. On the QCF each learner must have a Unique Learner Number (ULN). The ULN is a national identifier, which a learner will keep for the rest of their lifetime. It is provided by the MIAP Learner Registration Service (LRS) and is used to create a Personal Learning Record (PLR) for each learner. The PLR gives access to a single record of a learner's achievements, in a user-friendly format which breaks down the credits, units and qualifications for learners and their prospective employers.
UAL Awarding Body uses Unique Learner Numbers (ULNs) as unique identifiers. We do not issue additional student registration numbers, and we update achievement to the Personal Learning Record (PLR) on a monthly basis.
UAL Awarding Body qualifications are all on the QCF, a framework that recognises achievement through the award of credits for units and qualifications.
Registration and certification
Student registration for 2016/17 is now closed. Registrations received for 2016/17 will incur a late fee of £20 per student (not applicable to short courses).