Assessor & Quality Assurance
Who is it for?
These qualifications are for staff that are working in, or looking to gain entry to, roles in assessment and quality assurance. They have been developed for those working in accredited learning (Apprenticeships or Skills testing) non-accredited learning (assessment against company standards), the NQF and the QCF.
1 day + 1 assessment.
Be able to prepare for assessment by familiarising yourself with the units within your qualifications you are assessing in terms of what is to be assessed and how it will be assessed.
Show you can perform to the standards of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria within the units in order to be awarded a qualification by demonstrating, gathering and presenting evidence for assessment.
Receive and act on feedback from your assessor/s.
Course content includes:
Each unit is written in a specific way. The format includes:
Role of the assessor.
Attributes to be a good assessor.
Preparing for an assessment.
Coping with barriers to learning.
Accrediting prior learning.
Working with official paperwork.
Quality assurance process.
In order to demonstrate you can effectively perform your job in the workplace, you will be assessed by providing evidence for your qualification and observation by an assessor.
IMIAL Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment (QCF).
IMIAL Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (QCF).