This training section shows examples of the planned access arrangements that can be provided to pupils with specific needs during a test, including:
- using a reader, amanuensis, transcriber or prompter
- using a translator
- using a word processor
- administering additional time
- taking a test at home.
How to use this training section
The video below should be used to show administrators how to correctly administer access arrangements to pupils during the tests.
Schools are also encouraged to download the Access arrangements presentation to use as an additional training resource, or if they're unable to view the video file.
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High resolution video files
These files are large so we recommend you download them in advance of presenting them. To save them, right-click [PC] / ctrl-click [Mac] on the link, and choose the 'Save Target As' option to your local machine / network to view them.
Hi-res Windows Media File (45.6mb .wmv format)
Hi-res QuickTime file (42.9mb .mov format)
Low resolution video files
The links below are recommended for viewing within your browser. If you intend to use this video as a training presentation, you may want to download the high resolution version on this page.
Windows Media File (14.6mb .wmv format)
QuickTime file (14.4mb .mov format)
Last modified: 03 Aug 2010