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Hi, I've come on here looking for some help (like most people I guess).

 

I've recently changed jobs and when I handed in my notice I ask for all my Training certificates to be posted to me, my previous employers took over a month to send out some poor quality photocopies of these certificates.

 

I would like to know if I'm entitled to the originals as they were awarded to me and are also very relevant and needed by me to prove my qualifications in my new job.

 

I have asked my old employers again for the originals but there reply was that it's not the company policy and they payed for the courses so the certificates are staying with them.

 

Any points one way or the other would be welcome on this issue.

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The Certificates are the property of your ex-employer as they claim, can you not read the photocopies and order replacements.

If you are able to acquire a replacement I don't expect the fee will be too high.

 

Andy

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you should be able to go direct to the training provider and get copies normally they are a few pounds for a new certificate.

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No, one some of the photocopies the numbers are illegible and on some of the they appear to have only copied have the page. I have already contacted providers for the ones I can read, unfortunately C&G want £35 pound a certificate to replace them.

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I teach City and Guilds courses and certificates normally only cost £6!! Perhaps then ask you ex-employer if they could provide better copies or even ask if you could buy your certificates of them for a small fee??

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Hi

 

I work in education currently, whilst I'm not sure about the ownership of the certificates if you know who the exam board is and can remember what tests you took they will send replacements which look just the same as the original. It's a shame your old employer won't keep copies and send you the originals as they are absolutely no use to them at all now you have left.

 

Unfortunately £30 is the average for a replacement certficate from an exam board which is a pretty shocking price for some printer ink, fancy paper and postage costs.

 

Good luck in your new job.


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Why not serve a DPA subject request on the exam board. Will be a lot cheaper than £50 plus you get confirmation of your awards (admittedly not on a nice certificate).

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I was thinking along the lines of a SAR on my previous employer. I be suprise if they would now what to do and may well send me more than have too.

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