Examination Requirements – Proof of Identification
It is the responsibility of the centre to confirm the identity of all candidates sitting the examination.
A) The examination invigilator must be satisfied that the same person who is sitting the exam is the same person that was entered for the qualification.
b) Centres must ensure that candidate identity is checked against one of the following forms of photographic identification:
- a photo card driving licence, or
- a valid passport, or
- a valid identity card from within the EU (Belgium Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, or Sweden, or
- a police warrant card, or
- a Security Industry Authority Card, or
- a Personal Licence, issued by a Scottish Licensing Board, or
- other forms of identification (such as a PASS Card, or Young Scot card) may be considered.
c) Candidates must be informed within their joining instructions that they must bring a permitted form of identification.
d) Candidates without an approved form of identification will not be permitted to sit the examination.
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