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Centres who have had their moderations postponed in relation to Trinity’s current suspension of exams and awards are now able to submit young people’s work digitally for remote moderation.

The newly available ‘remote online moderation’ enables all centres with a moderation booking originally scheduled between 18 March and 31 October to complete their moderations via digital online submission. Centres are offered the choice of either postponing their booked moderations to a later date, or converting their booking to the newly available remote online moderation.

Trinity has taken the decision to postpone all face-to-face Arts Award adviser training due to take place until the end of March 2021. Our primary concern is for the health and wellbeing of our customers, trainers and training venue staff.

Any individual or organisation who has expressed an interest in, or booked face-to-face Arts Award training, will be offered the opportunity to book onto online adviser training as an alternative. 

Please visit this page when bookings open later in July, with training taking place from September onwards. In the meantime, do get in touch if you would like to talk through your plans.

Centres with an affected moderation or training booking have been notified. If Arts Award centres have any questions about their moderations, they should get in touch on Moderation.Team@trinitycollege.co.uk or adviser training attendees can contact us on Training.Team@trinitycollege.co.uk.

Arts Award Discover submissions are unaffected and are running as normal.

Trinity is committed to supporting the hard work of candidates and teachers around the world. We know the amount of time and effort involved in preparing for our assessments, and how disappointing it will be to have to postpone exams.

For more information, see our FAQs on Novel Coronavirus and Arts Award. Trinity’s Coronavirus page containing the most recent updates can be found here: trinitycollege.com/page/coronavirus