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Mapping documents and guidance

Best practice guidance about mapping, including common pitfalls and tips to make your submission easier to understand

We ask you to submit documentary evidence as part of our processes, so we can make evidence based decisions about our standards being met. To help us make these decisions, we ask that you provide a document that maps your information to our standards. The mapping document is very important to the success of the assessment.

  • indicate where evidence can be found for each standard in the accompanying documentation
  • reference exact document titles
  • reference correct page and paragraph numbers
  • contain correct and externally accessible web links
  • be in Arial size 12

Example of a mapping document

  • contain the evidence itself
  • be completed as “not applicable”
Education standards mapping documents

These documents should be used when engaging with the approval or major change process. Please use the correct mapping document for the set of standards that your programme meets / intends to meet. For annual monitoring, we send bespoke mapping documents at the beginning of the audit process. If you need us to resend this document, please contact us.

Education standards mapping documents

Proficiency standards mapping documents

These documents should be used when engaging with the approval or major change process. Please ensure you use the correct mapping document for the profession and / or entitlement that your programme delivers / intends to deliver.

For the major change or annual monitoring processes, we only require a proficiency standards mapping document if you have made significant changed to the curriculum and / or assessments.

Proficiency standards mapping documents

Page updated on: 13/06/2018
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