If you’re worried about Covid-19, here are our contingency plans
With the Covid-19 outbreak affecting a number of countries and governments introducing varying measures to reduce its impact, ABE would like to reassure you that we have robust contingency plans in place for the June assessment session, here are the answers to some worries you may have:
SHOULD I HOLD OFF BOOKING MY EXAMS?
No, there is no need to hold off booking your assessment. We will ensure every booking is honoured.
WHEN SHOULD I BOOK MY EXAMS?
The booking window will close on 27th April 2020.
WHAT HAPPENS IF EXAM VENUES ARE CLOSED OR EXAMS DISALLOWED?
If local restrictions mean that exams are not held in your country in June, then we will arrange a special exam session in September. If this happens, you will need to have already booked for the June exam by 27 April 2020 deadline. You will not be allowed to sit any exams in September if you have not already booked onto June exams.
WHAT HAPPENS IF MY CENTRE IS CLOSED AND CANNOT SUBMIT ASSIGNMENTS?
If assignments cannot be submitted through your centre we will make arrangements for your to submit your assignments to us directly for assessment.
If you’re in a country affected by Covid-19 it’s a worrying time but, when this situation passes, people with business and entrepreneurial skills will be in great demand as the ones to help re-build the economy. We urge you to do all you can to carry on with your studies. Make sure that you follow local government advice, keep in touch with your college and stay safe.