What is a learning account?
When you are in Year 10 or turn 15 (whichever comes first), your school will register you with the Queensland Studies Authority (QSA) and a learning account will be opened for you.
Your school will give you a Learner Unique Identifier (LUI) - a 10-digit number that the QSA uses to identify you - and a password, so you can access your learning account.
Once a learning account is opened for you, all eligible learning will be recorded in your account, as well as where and when the learning took place, and the results you achieve.
What's in my learning account?
Check your learning account regularly to make sure your personal details are correct. Advise your school or other learning provider as soon as possible if your contact details have changed.
At the end of Year 12, the QSA will post your Senior Education Profile to the address in your learning account, so it is important to let your school or learning provider know if your address has changed.
Check your enrolment details regularly to make sure they are correct. Advise your school or other learning provider as soon as possible if any subjects or courses you are enrolled in do not appear in your learning account.
Use the QCE Planner in your learning account to track your progress to a QCE.
Your final Year 12 results will appear in your learning account at the end of December.
If you are studying a VET course or QCE-recognised course of study, you will be able to see the credits from that course in your account as soon as the course has been completed and your achievement is "banked" by your learning provider.
If you are studying mostly Authority or Authority-registered subjects, you will not see results in your learning account until the end of Year 12. This is because Queensland's system of school-based assessment does not confirm results until student work is reviewed by external panels to make sure teacher judgments are comparable across Queensland.
Last reviewed: 12 May 2011