Setting up a private centre
Becoming a private centre is free and easy.
You can turn your venue into an exam centre by becoming a private centre. What this means is that our examiners will come out to you, and your learners can take their exams in your school, venue or space, without having to share with anyone else.
How to set up a private centre
Check our centre requirements
We have a list of requirements that we need our private centres to fulfill in order to ensure the safety and well-being of both the learners and examiners. These include things like having rooms that suit exam conditions as well as having important policies written up and in place.
Appoint a head of centre and a centre coordinator
A head of centre is responsible for making sure all our requirements are being met. A centre coordinator oversees the day-to-day operation of LAMDA Exams at the centre. They are responsible for managing the exam event, from booking right through to distributing the certificates, ensuring that everything goes smoothly.