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SLIMS — Registration and banking

Welcome to the Registration and Banking component of Senior Learning Information Management System (SLIMS).

This site allows you, as a learning provider, to register young people and bank their learning enrolments and results. Other methods are available for transferring this information to QCAA; see Registration and learning accounts.

Queensland state law requires all young people to be registered with the QCAA within one year of them completing Year 10 or turning 16.

All schools and training providers need an administration login and the administrator is responsible for adding other users within the organisation. If your organisation has never registered with QCAA and has not received login details, please complete the local system administrator request form and it will be arranged.

To register a young person, use your login details in the box to the right.

Once a student is registered you can continue to use your login to update details of their learning at anytime.

The Registration and Banking Systems user guide will help you use RABS.

A Learning account is automatically generated for the student once they are fully registered. They can then access their account through the Student Connect website. Generally, their learning account will remain open until the student is awarded their Queensland Certificate of Education.

If you need more help with the system, contact QCAA helpdesk by telephone (07) 3864 0269 or email slims@qcaa.qld.edu.au.

Want to know more?

If you would like to know more about the laws requiring young people to be registered visit Senior Phase of Learning: Education and training for 15 to 17 year olds.

 

The SLIMS Registration and Banking Service is now closed for 2014 Senior Education Profile processing. Registration and Banking will reopen on Monday 5 January 2015.

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