Official guidance and forms
- Associate CMALT Guidelines PDF or Google doc (July 2019)
- CMALT Guidelines PDF or Google doc (July 2019)
- Senior CMALT Guidelines PDF or Google doc (July 2019)
CMALT Holders updating their portfolio
CMALT portfolios should be updated and reviewed every three years. CMALT Holders are notified when they are due to submit updates for the portfolio review. There is no charge for the process, but your Certified Membership must be current.
- Review guidelines (as Google doc, or download a PDF version)
- NEW Peer Assessor Guidance for Portfolio Review Nov 2019
- Review form for assessors (as Google doc, or download a PDF version)
- Answers to frequently asked questions: FAQs (as Google doc, or download a PDF version)
- Example portfolios are avilable here: updated portfolios
- Submission deadlines are 31 January, 31 May, 30 September.
- Submission form go.alt.ac.uk/CMALTsubmit.
CMALT is a peer-assessed accreditation scheme and assessors play an important role and carry out assessments as part of their continued professional development.
- NEW CMALT Guidance for Peer Assessors 2019 Google doc (Nov 2019)
- CMALT Guidelines PDF or Google doc and CMALT Assessment form Word docx or Google doc (July 2019)
- CMALT Portfolio Review: Portfolio Review Assessment Form (as Google doc or download as PDF) [updated April 2016]
- Recordings of webinars for assessors: February 2019 RECORDING and October 2019 RECORDING
- Register your interest in assessing CMALT portfolios
For reference, we also provide the guidelines previous version:
- CMALT Assessment guidelines for assessors and candidates (2019)
- CMALT Portfolio Review Guidelines document
- CMALT: Assessment form [Word doc, updated Feb 2019]
Would you like to see examples of portfolios and search for portfolios with different specialisms, by sector or job role? Many CMALT holders share their portfolios openly with other ALT Members. You will need to be logged in to the ALT website as a Member to view the list of shared CMALT portfolios.
CMALT webinars provide information and support to candidates starting on and/or aiming to complete their portfolios in the next few months. They provide an overview of the submission process, advice on how to complete a portfolio and an opportunity to see how the assessment process works. There is also time for individual questions at the end of each session.Find out dates and book your place or watch a recording (see a list of recent sessions below):
For reference, we also provide these guidelines previous version: