Assessment Information

The assessment date for a course will be advertised on the course calendar or on the GymNET booking system at time of enrolling. When candidates enrol onto the course, they are enrolling onto both the course and assessment dates. Only under exceptional circumstances can learners be allowed to transfer to a different assessment date by completing the extenuating circumstances application, see more information below.

Please ensure if your email address changes between you booking onto the course and your assessment you contact

Assessment timeline and information

  1. You book onto your course and assessment dates prior to the closing date which is approximately 4 weeks prior to day 1 of the course. If you know you are not able to attend the assessment, please contact prior to booking onto the course for this to be approved and to avoid charges.  
  2. You attend your course days and work with your mentor in the gym and complete your logbook & e-learning modules. 
  3. Respond to the invite emailed to you to confirm your attendance at the assessment date within the given timescales and include any additional information we need to help schedule your assessment. If you are not able to attend or do not respond there will be assessment charges applied prior to another assessment being organised unless you have prior agreement from Scottish Gymnastics or there are extenuating circumstances.  
  4. Around 4 weeks prior to your assessment you will receive your assessment confirmation letter via email. This will include all the information you require for your assessment including times, your assessor and your skills matrix box or technical sign off sheets. 
  5. Level 1 & 2 – Send your completed logbook to your assessor so they receive it at least 2 weeks prior to your assessment date. Logbooks received after the two-week deadline will incur a late logbook fee.
  6. Attend your assessment, arrive at your assessment 15 minutes prior to your assessment time, on the right date and location.  The assessment will be approximately 3 to 4 months after the course. Where there are withdrawals or changes required for this assessment, you may be contacted with a revised assessment time. Please ensure that you are available for the whole of the assessment day. See below what you require for your assessment.

If you have any issues with any links, allocated assessments or the process for logbook submissions please contact

Additional information for your assessment

Level 1 & 2


Gymnast demonstrators

Ensure you have organised 2 or 3 gymnasts to attend your assessment. The gymnasts should be of an appropriate standard to demonstrate supporting each full skill within your allocated skills box.


Send your completed logbook to your assessor so they receive it at least 2 weeks prior to your assessment date.
We advise you take a copy of your logbook prior to sending. A copy will need to be provided in the unfortunate event of the logbook being lost. Please do not post via recorded or special delivery or hand deliver. It is recommended that proof of postage certificate is obtained. 
You may also want to take an extra copy of your lesson plan for your assessment.

E-learning modules

Ensure you have completed the course's e-learning modules on your academy prior to attending your assessment. 

Skills matrix box

You can find the skills matrix under your course title on the below page.
> Skills Matrix

Please prepare to be assessed on ALL skills in your assigned skills matrix box, not just the skills in bold (these are for British Gymnastics assessments only). Your assessment is face to face and there is no virtual part to the assessment. The assessor will select the skills for your assessment on the day, these are not pre-selected for face-to-face assessments.


Level 3  

Gymnast demonstrators

Learners must bring 2/3 gymnasts, who they have spent time with developing the required level three skills.
Gymnasts can be at varying levels in the skill development process, and you should be able to show the planned physical preparation and progressions. At least one gymnast must be able to perform the whole skill with support.


Ensure you bring the relevant technical module sign off sheets, a lesson plan, training plans and evaluation documentation.  Please see learners’ guidance in your academy for more information


Registration period 

It is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure that they sit their assessment prior to the end of their registration period. Candidates have one year for level 1 and two years for level 2 and above courses. Please ensure you contact the education team in enough time to organise your assessment prior to your registration end.


If the learner fails to complete all aspects of the course within the registration period a re-registration fee will be charged, except in extenuating circumstances where an extension may be granted at the discretion of Scottish Gymnastics. It is the responsibility of the learner to contact the course organiser as soon as possible with supporting evidence where applicable. Where the learner does not apply for an extension or re-register within a year beyond the registration period, they will be required to repeat the course.

Assessment Charges

If you are not able to attend your course's assessment date an assessment charge will be applied before organising another assessmnet, unless you have received agreement before from Scottish Gymnastics before enrolling onto the course or extenuating circumstance has been agreed, see more information below. This additional charge is to cover the additional costs for you to sit your assessment. See our terms and conditions and payment policy. 

The assessment charge applies when:

> The candidate is not able to attend their course assessment date unless extenuating circumstance are approved, 

> The candidate does not respond to the the assessment invite or informs Scottish Gymnastics that they can no longer attend their assessement date, 

> The candidate withdraws from the assessment date following acceptance of their assessment date, 

> The candidate fails to arrive at the allocated assessment at the appointed day/time/venue, 

> The candidate's logbook does not arrive with the assessor by the date indicated on the assessment letter, 

> For a candidate's thrid deferral of a coaching assessment and second deferral of a judging assessment. 

Assessment charges: 

Level  Charge from 2023 Previous charges
Level 1 £50 £80
Level 2 £60 £105
Level 3 Technical Module £40 £40
Level 4 and above £70 £70

 If you are unable to sumbit your logbook/portfolio of evidence before your asssessment or within the required timeframe, a charge of £20 is applicable before Scottish Gymnastics will organise a suotable revised submission date. 

Extenuating circumstance 

Should you experience exceptional, unforeseeable, short-term circumstances which affect your ability to attend your assessment you may apply for extenuating circumstances, see our extenuating circumstance policy. The extenuating circumstances form should be submitted within 15 working days of the affected assessment or submission for your logbook/portfolio of evidence. Even if your tutor/assessor are aware of your circumstances you must still complete the application form. 

> Click here to submit an extenuating circumstance application form

Not able to attend your assessment

If you are not able to attend your assessment, make sure you get in contact with our team on as soon as you know you cannot attend. As you were not able to attend your assessment, there is an assessment charge for you to be transferred to another assessment date, unless extenuating circumstances have been agreed. 

> Pay Assessment Charges

Organise a new assessment date

We have our upcoming assessments listed in the calendar below if you are able to attend, please complete the booking form on the calendar page letting us know all the dates you can attend. 

> Assessment Calendar

Please note that these assessments are scheduled for courses and candidates attending these courses will be prioritised. Any additional space will be offered to candidates who complete the booking form on a first come first serve basis, with considerations to discipline and level and their assessor. If you are not able to find a suitable assessment, please contact to organise your assessment.