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Can you send me my AF1C (5.1)/FPCC (5.2)form?

Trainees who completed F1 or F2 between 2013-2017

You will need to download your certificate from ePortfolio NES archive

 

Trainees who completed F1 or F2 from 2018

 You will need to download your certificate from your personal Horus portfolio. 

 

Trainees who completed F2 before 2014

We are required to destroy archive papers after five years. Therefore, if you completed training before 2011 and have lost your certificate, it won't be possible to provide a copy.

If you completed F2 after 2011, we can send you a scanned copy of your certificate, which should be accepted as proof of training by any future employer. It's not possible to send you the original certificate; we keep all originals in accordance with our Information Governance regulations.

If you completed F2 after 2008, and have mislaid your official documents, it may be possible to retrieve electronic records of your training and provide a letter of confirmation. Click here to make an enquiry.

 

Will you send a letter confirming that I completed training with HEEoE?

We are not able to provide letters - AF1C (5.1) and FACD (5.2) certificates are your official proof of training (see above).

Overseas employers should accept these documents as evidence of your postgraduate training, and we can email them directly to the employer with a covering note to guarantee their authenticity. However, we are not able to provide letters of confirmation when copies of your certificates are available. In the unlikely event that your employer takes issue with this policy, you should urge them to contact us directly

If you completed F2 after 2008, and have mislaid your official documents, it may be possible to retrieve electronic records of your training and provide a letter of confirmation. Click here to make an enquiry.

 

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