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Exam Results

A Level results and GCSE results are issues on consecutive Thursdays in August. You will be contacted prior to results day with instructions on how to pick up your results.

In the run-up to Results Day, you can find all the latest information here

If you are unable to collect your results on result day or wish for a relative to collect your results on your behalf, please contact our exams department: exams@nptcgroup.ac.uk

Results for vocational courses may be available when you are still in college, but this may differ from course to course. Speak to your programme leader about vocational course results.

Certificates for AS Level, A Level, Welsh Baccalaureate and GCSE subjects are available for collection from reception on the campus where you studied from November onwards. Collection is available by appointment only. Most other awarding bodies should be available from the end of October. Please check with reception before making an appointment.

It is the student’s responsibility to enquire with the campus office/exams officer if certificates have arrived. We do not send out a letter confirming certificates have arrived.

Certificates are retained in the college for three years and destroyed after this date. Replacement certificates can be obtained by contacting the awarding bodies directly. Please note replacement certificates will incur a fee.

Certificate Collection Appointments

Certificates can be collected every Wednesday between 1 pm and 4 pm from the main reception area. To make your appointment, please telephone:

Neath College: 01639 648103

Afan College: 01639 648219

Brecon Beacons College: 01686 614400

Newtown College: 01686 614201

You will need to provide the following details:

  • Your name
  • Date of Birth
  • Student ID number
  • A list of the certificates that you want to collect

When you come to collect your certificates you will need to bring identification. This could be a bank card, passport or driving licence.

If you cannot attend on a Wednesday an alternative appointment can be made.

In some circumstances, you can ask someone else to collect your certificates on your behalf. When you book your appointment you will need to provide the same details that are listed above as well as the name of the person that will be picking up your certificates. The person who is collecting the certificates will need to bring with them a letter from you stating that you have given them permission to collect the certificates. They will also need to bring proof of their identification, this could be a bank card, passport or driving licence.

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