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This certificate recognises the achievements of Queensland students who undertake individualised learning programs. To be eligible, students must have impairments or difficulties in learning that are not primarily due to socioeconomic, cultural or linguistic factors. For more information contact the QCAA via phone (07) 3864 0299 or email qcia@qcaa.qld.edu.au.
Elements of effect planning.- QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

- QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

Planning with the guideline -  QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

Planning with the guideline - QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) - Overview with information and presentation resources for parents and school staff and legislative guidelines...

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is available for use: awaiting final endorsement. In the Australian Curriculum, Technologies learning area comprises two subjects: Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies. The Queensland Curriculum and Asse

Brochure and FAQ - The Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) brochure provides general information and answers some frequently asked questions.

Brochure and FAQ - The Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) brochure provides general information and answers some frequently asked questions.

Data - The Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA) data is now entered through SLIMS.  Final QCIA achievements that are recorded on the certificate issued at exit from school to eligible students are entered into the SLIMS – RABS system These achievements should correlate to the outlined learning outcomes of the student's curriculum plan and eligibility form that was registered with the QCAA.

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement - Guideline for individual learning Evaluation report

QCIA - Moderation and Quality assurance. Quality assurance  To ensure that the QCIA meets the Australasian Curriculum, Assessment and Certification Authorities (ACACA) principles, a number of quality assurance procedures need to occur. Peer moderation is the main process for ensuring the validity and reliability of Statements of Achievement. This occurs in two phases: during the district verification meeting in August and the state review in October. For more information...

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is available for use: awaiting final endorsement. In the Australian Curriculum, Technologies learning area comprises two subjects: Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies. The Queensland Curriculum and Asse

QCIA Handbook - This handbook provides detailed information on all aspects of the certificate, with sections on eligibility; certificate inclusions; quality assurance; how to write curriculum plans, statements of achievement and statements of participation; and important dates.

QCIA Handbook - This handbook provides detailed information on all aspects of the certificate, with sections on eligibility; certificate inclusions; quality assurance; how to write curriculum plans, statements of achievement and statements of participation; and important dates.

Annotated bibliography - Assessment - QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

Annotated bibliography - Assessment - QCIA guides and resources are provided by the QCAA to support schools and teachers

QCIA Eligibility form and curriculum plan resources. Schools identify eligible QCIA students and consult with students and their parents/carers to identify senior pathways and certification options. An Eligibility Form and Curriculum Plan is completed for each student and registered with the QCAA. These forms are due for all Year 11 and any new Year 12 students by end of Term 1. Find out more...

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is available for use: awaiting final endorsement. In the Australian Curriculum, Technologies learning area comprises two subjects: Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies. The Queensland Curriculum and Asse

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement - Guideline for individual learning Evaluation report

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement - Guideline for individual learning Evaluation report

Guideline for individual learning The Guideline for individual learning provides a curriculum, assessment and reporting framework for schools when developing individualised curriculum plans for senior secondary students working towards the QCIA.

Guideline for individual learning The Guideline for individual learning provides a curriculum, assessment and reporting framework for schools when developing individualised curriculum plans for senior secondary students working towards the QCIA.