This part of the website is for teachers. It holds information on courses and professional development and links to useful resources.
Past papers and mark schemes – revised policy
We have revised our publication policy to allow schools and colleges to use past papers, mark schemes and examiner reports as internal resources before they are available to all.
Continuing Professional Development
Bookings now close five working days before each event so please sign up early to secure a place.
WJEC runs a programme of continuing professional development to standardise internal assessment and introduce new specifications. The courses are normally facilitated by WJEC's specialist officers and moderators.
Please note that following Ofqual's revision of regulations in November 2012, all examination review training will be online only.
The provision will be online for all GCE and GCSE subjects in the autumn term.
Results and Research
Provisional and final WJEC examination statistics and information about WJEC's research.
Errors in Question Papers
In the unlikely event that you discover an error within a WJEC question paper, or within related assessment material, please inform your centre’s examination officer immediately.
Unitised Specifications - GCSE
Video explaining entry and re-sit rules for GCSE unitised specifications:
Unitised Specifications - GCSE video
The timetables for all WJEC examinations can be found in the WJEC Examination Timetable.
Examination timetables for AQA, CCEA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC examinations can be found in the Department for Education Timetable (external link).
Subjects and Qualifications
To find information about Subjects and Qualifications, either use the 'Find qualifications and resources' tool that appears on every page, or use the site map that gives an alternative means of getting around the WJEC site.
Use the search courses tool to search professional development courses WJEC has arranged.
If you want to contact WJEC about a general matter, please do so by using our contact form. Direct contact information for subject officers that are responsible for developing and supporting each qualification appear at the bottom of each subject page. Alternatively you can also use one of the contacts on the Contact Us page.