Missing exam qualifications or units

When looking at exams you've added to your Qualification Offering, there may be missing information - this is usually due to incomplete information provided by Awarding Organisations, rather than an issue with Arbor. You can see more information here: What happens when the basedata isn't complete?

Missing qualification

If the qualification or unit isn’t listed on the Qualification Offering page, try searching the Ofqual database by QAN code.

No exam details listed for a Qualification

If the exam is listed on the Qualification Offering page, but there are no further details, then it’s likely that not all of the basedata hasn’t been released.

Learning units/components have not appeared after subscribing to the qualification

Occasionally, the basedata we receive from awarding organisations is formatted in such a way that some learning units/components do not appear after you have subscribed to the qualification on your qualification catalogue. This often affects WJEC and Pearson qualifications. Examples include: 4300 Home econ (food and nutrition) and linked units 4301 and 4302; 4730LA Mathematics Linear and linked unit 4731 and 4732; and 4170 English Language and linked units 4171 and 4172.

To resolve this, enrol students into each unit/component individually, as if it were a standalone unit.

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