In order to pass a valid language proficiency assessment on the Belgian territory or for endorsement of language proficiency on a Belgian license, the Belgian CAA demands that (at least a part of) the assessment would be recorded on audio-visual media. This is for reasons of identification of the candidate, proof of examination and for reproduction purposes in case of disputes of the content and outcome of the assessment. Neither the recording, nor the data forthcoming from the recording may be shared by the Language Assessment Body (LAB) with third parties. Only the Belgian CAA and the LAB have the right to view and analyze the recordings.
The recordings must be kept for a period of 5 years by the LAB, after which they are erased in a standardized fashion.