Courses, resources, guidance and other information for National Courses and Units.

Learning and Teaching materials for HND Childhood Practice and Social Services: Assessment, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Professional Practice Unit Number F56W 35.

This Support Area is for anyone involved in the development of the Justice Award.

In order to access the support area you need to login with an SQA Academy account and enter an enrolment key the first time you access the support area.

If you do not have the Enrolment Key please contact Mary Black or Carol Tavares-Chen at SQA.

This course has been set up to provide secure access to the teaching and learning materials for the ITQ eSafety Level 1 Award (SQA Group Award Code - GA9N 58). These comprehensive materials are ideal for teacher-led delivery or for students to work through on their own. Entry to the course is at the discretion of the accredited centre. No previous knowledge or experience of computers or the Internet is required. However, it would be advantageous if you possessed basic IT skills.

If you require the enrolment key for this course please contact: ict@sqa.org.uk

Welcome the the Legal and Ethical Issues course. It covers the composition and procedures involved in the Scottish Legal system and provides an understanding of the role of the Law Society and of money laundering regulations.

Please contact Mary Black (mary.black@sqa.org.uk) to request an enrolment key(s) for Tutors and/or Participants.

Welcome to the Legal Research Techniques course. It covers the specialist research skills required to locate and retrieve legal information from the main sources of Scots law.

Please contact Mary Black (mary.black@sqa.org.uk) to request an enrolment key(s) for Tutors and/or Participants.

This course contains tutor resources for all of the units in NC Administration. It is aimed at tutors delivering the NC Administration.

This course contains tutor resources for all of the units in NC Hospitality. It is aimed at tutors delivering the NC Hospitality.

The Safe Road User Award was developed by SQA and DSA in partnership, to promote safe-road use and better prepare young people to be independent travellers.

This course is designed to support centres delivering the Safe Road User award.

The course is open to the public to view (use "Guest" login), there is also a discussion forum which is restricted to Safe Road User tutors.