Supporting Delegates with Disabilities - Reasonable Adjustments


CLT International will make reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of delegates with a disability. A person is considered to have a disability if they have a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to perform normal day-to-day activities as defined within the Equality Act 2010.


To make an application for reasonable adjustments, all delegates are required to complete and return the Reasonable Adjustments Application Form. Accompanying medical evidence which is two years old or less must be submitted in support of the application. We strongly recommend that all delegates intending on making an application, firstly review the Policy on Supporting Delegates with Disabilities. If you have any queries regarding eligibility, please direct these to

The Reasonable Adjustments Application Form and supporting medical evidence must be emailed to no less than eight weeks prior to an examination date. The application will be considered by the Reasonable Adjustments Committee.

Any applications received less than eight weeks prior to an exam date will not be accepted. In this instance, the Reasonable Adjustments Committee will recommend a deferral to the nearest available sitting and a re-submission of the application.