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Set up steps for e-asTTle schools

e-asTTle schools should complete each of the following set up steps. Optional steps are highly recommended.

Step 1: Apply for ESL accounts (usernames & passwords for accessing e-asTTle)

This step is mandatory

Access for teachers:

Access for teachers requires a two step process:

  1. Access to e-asTTle is maintained via the Education Sector Logons (ESL) system. Accordingly, any school staff member will require their own ESL account (username and password).
  2. To apply for access to the e-asTTle application, please refer to your school's EPA authoriser(s) as they have the ability to submit your access requests online. 

If you are not sure who your school's EPA authoriser(s) are, please contact the Education Service Desk on 0800 422 599 or service.desk@education.govt.nz.

Please note: The Education Service Desk will no longer be accepting paper forms from teachers for e-asTTle and other ESAA enabled school applications.

See below or visit the EPA webpage for further details.

The Education sector logon Provisioning Application (EPA) is an online application which helps schools manage Education Sector Logons and enables delegated authorisers to request staff access to the following applications:

  • e-asTTle
  • NZQA Extranet for secondary school users
  • PaCT

To become an EPA authoriser, the principal or delegated authoriser(s) in your school will need to complete the EPA Authoriser Request form

Further information 

If you have any further queries about Education Sector Logons or the EPA tool, you are welcome to contact the Education Service Desk on 0800 422 599 (Select option 2 for passwords, option 4 for all other queries) or email service.desk@education.govt.nz

Step 2: Complete e-asTTle training

This step is optional

Training for e-asTTle is provided to schools via the Ministry of Education's Training Services website as a self-paced learning module.

This training is optional, but highly recommended.

Please note that to effectively use e-asTTle within a school, at a minimum, the school administrator and at least one teacher should have completed training.

for further details on how to access this training refer to the Facilitated training page.

Step 3: Review the e-asTTle support material

This step is optional

Schools are strongly encouraged to review material on the Help with e-asTTle page which includes:

Additionally, teachers should pay particular attention to the:

Step 4: Check the e-asTTle system requirements

This step is mandatory

e-asTTle will work most effectively if each computer used to access e-asTTle – whether by teacher or by student – meets the e-asTTle system requirements.

It is essential that any computer used to access e-asTTle meet these requirements.

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