We are pleased to confirm our prices for the academic year 2024-2025.

Whilst we, in common with the whole sector, have experienced inflationary pressures on costs, we have kept any price increases as low as possible, with most of the increases around 3%. As a registered charity, we do our best to keep our prices competitive and to provide you with additional resources and support to help you get the best value for money from our services.

Key updates

Our Fees and Charges page has been updated to reflect our expansion into End-point Assessment (EPA) for apprenticeships.

There are separate price lists for qualifications and EPA.

Qualification price list

The complete list of qualification and unit prices for 2024-2025 is available in Excel, with a catalogue version available soon. Prices will apply to all registrations made from 1st August 2024.

Qualification price list catalogue

Excel spreadsheet version 2024-2025

End-point assessment price list

End-point Assessment price list

Annual Centre Fee

our Annual Centre Fee for 2024-2025 will again remain at £800.

Please ensure your payment of the Annual Centre Fee for 2024-2025 reaches us by 31st July 2024 to ensure registrations can continue to be made in the new academic year,

If your Centre requires a Purchase Order number to be quoted on the invoice, please email finance@gatewayqualifications.org.uk with “Centre Fee PO number” as the subject line, and let us know your PO number, account name and number.

What do I get as a Gateway Qualifications Centre?

As a reminder, the Annual Centre Fee includes unlimited access to our comprehensive support package:

  • Access to Gateway Qualifications’ extensive range of qualifications, units (subject to meeting approval requirements.) and End-point assessment service.
  • Named account managers with personalised visits and meetings.
  • A direct telephone number for the Customers Excellence Team, with a real person answering the phone when you ring us.
  • Support, help and advice on using our qualifications, units and systems.
  • Invitations to staff development sessions, including practitioner meetings, subject forums, training and CPD.
  • Regular updates on policy and funding, with advice on how they apply to our qualifications and your curriculum.
  • 24-hour use of our online registration and awarding systems.
  • Curriculum advice and support.
  • Routine quality assurance and compliance monitoring as appropriate to your offer.
  • Opportunity to attend free events and webinars hosted by Gateway Qualifications.

How to become a recognised Centre