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CiLCA 2013

* Please be aware that if you are waiting on the results of your portfolio submission or resit, there has been a backlog of submissions due to the Christmas period and notification of results may take longer than 6 weeks quoted. We thank you for your patience at this time.

** PLEASE NOTE REGISTRATION FOR CILCA 2013 IS NOW CLOSED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN REGISTERING,
PLEASE SEE THE
CILCA 2015 PAGE*


The Improvement and Development Board (IDB) has agreed that the final date that any CILCA 2013 certificates can be issued is 30th June 2017.

This allows for all students completing the CiLCA 2013 qualification to submit a portfolio and to re-sit any failed sections.  This is NOT an extension to your deadline. ALL resit work must be received at the SLCC head office (8 The Crescent Taunton) by no later than midnight on Thursday 1st June.  This should give our markers time to mark your work and for your Certificate to be issued.

Any student who has still not passed by this date will need to re-register under the new CiLCA 2015 criteria and will be required to pay the appropriate registration fee at the time of registration.


Click here for details of CiLCA 2015 and the portfolio guide.


CiLCA - Certificate in Local Council Administration
The National Training Strategy has developed a customised qualification for the sector, the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA). This core skills qualification is awarded to those who submit a portfolio of evidence, within 12 months of registering, demonstrating the skills they have in local council administration.


The 2013 CiLCA portfolio guide

The qualification was revised and re-launched in 2013 all those already registered in England will undertake the 2013 guide.  If you have not yet registered, further information regarding CiLCA 2015 is available
here.

 


Experienced clerks may feel able to prepare their portfolio of evidence without training, however County Training Partnerships have been established to provide a choice of training opportunities, designed to meet the needs of the Certificate in Local Council Administration.

Note also that clerks holding the Certificate of Higher Education in Local Policy (or the earlier CertHE in Local Council Administration) awarded before July 2004 by the University of Gloucestershire are exempt from the Certificate in Local Council Administration, as competence has already been demonstrated and assessed through this advanced training course. They will however need to undertake individual stand alone sections in order to exercise certain powers eg The General Power of Competence.

CiLCA Learning Outcome (LO) – The General Power of Competence 
PLEASE NOTE - YOU WILL NOW NEED TO COMPLETE SECTION LO7 OF CILCA 2015

If you are studying section 7 the Power of Wellbeing you will need to complete The General Power of Competence.


CiLCA 2013 Fee Structure
The current registration fee for CiLCA is £250.

The current re-sit fee structure for CiLCA is:  
1 module £50
2 modules £60
3 or 4 modules £80
5, 6 or 7 modules £100
Over 7 £125

If successfully passed, you will be written to informing you of this, enclosing your certificate. After the appropriate storage time, your portfolio will either be returned to you or destroyed as indicated on the formal details page of your submission.

To download the re-sit form for CiLCA click here.


Information on CiLCA 2013

Chief Verifiers Report 2013

Chief Verifier's Report 2012

Chief Verifier's Report 2011

CiLCA Plagiarism Policy



 

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