ISE face-to-face video conference sessions


The information below relates to Trinity’s Integrated Skills in English (ISE) exam undertaken online via video conferencing at registered exam centres.

It is designed for centre representatives, exam co-ordinators, administrators, supervisors, invigilators, stewards and teachers who would like to find out more about:


Running an exam session

Ready, Set, Go

Watch our Ready Set Go video about running ISE online in registered centres.


Best practice guidance for centres

The ISE Centre Best Practice Guidebook provides all the information needed to administer and run Trinity's Integrated Skills in English (ISE) exams.

Download the guide

Exam room set-up

Ensure your exam room set-up adheres to our guidelines.

Policies and procedures

Registered exam centres should read our Additional Information guidance to be in conjunction with their standard ISE Centre Best Practice Guidebooks for centres, and the information on running exams for ISE face-to-face in-person examiner sessions.

Download Additional Information for Centres

Topic discussion points

Candidates need to be aware that the method of sharing their discussion Topic points with the examiner is different. Instead of passing a piece of paper to the examiner, Topic discussion points are entered into the Zoom chat box for the examiner to see at the start of the exam. Simplified topic forms can be prepared for this purpose - download example templates here.

Download a simplified GESE Topic form


Booking an exam session

Trinity Online

Bookings for Trinity's Graded Examinations in Spoken English exams must be completed using Trinity Online. You can learn more about this process in the guides below:

Additionally, please contact your Trinity representative if you have any queries about your Trinity Online account or would like to discuss your booking.

Booking deadlines

All Trinity exams have closing dates by when all entries and payments must be made. Details of booking deadlines in the UK and Ireland can be found in the table below:


Booking deadline

United Kingdom

30 days before the exam date

Republic of Ireland

30 days before the exam date

Exam fees

Fees are charged per candidate/mode/level as shown in our latest fee sheets.

Special needs provision

For candidates who require any adjustments to their exam or would simply like to make the examiner aware of a disability or health condition, please complete the form available on our Special Needs Provision page for English language exams and send it to Trinity at the same time of exam entry, along with appropriate supporting evidence, if required, at least 28 days before the exam. 

Booking re-sits

Once results have been issued re-sits can be booked immediately for the next available session subject to the usual booking notice.


Results and certificates

You will usually receive results and certificates in the following timeframes:



2-4 weeks

6 weeks

Understanding results

When a student passes an exam module they a receive digital module certificate showing separate results for reading, writing, speaking and listening (Pass, Merit or Distinction).

Learn more about Accessing ISE module digital certificates

When the student has passed both exam modules at the same level, a Trinity Integrated Skills in English qualification is awarded and a full ISE qualification certificate is issued

Learn more about Integrated Skills in English (ISE) exam results and certificates.

Enquiries about results

See the dedicated section of the website to find out more about Trinity's results review service, re-marks and appeals.


Additional information

Please familarise yourself with our additional considerations for centre representatives in light of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections and contagious illnesses

For administration and general support for Trinity’s Integrated Skills in English (ISE) exam in the UK or Ireland, please contact your named Trinity coordinator who is your primary point of contact for exam arrangements.

Please also see our frequently asked questions.

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