|Study type||Study Tier||Start Date||Duration||Course Contact|
|2 September 2019||TBC||Anne Marie Richards|
Who are these qualifications for?
The College offers a range of qualifications for those who are involved or have an interest in the delivery, assessment or quality assurance roles. The qualifications will provide an opportunity to develop and improve knowledge and practice as well as achieving a professional qualification for the role.
This may be accredited learning or where people may assess performance but do not assess for a qualification (i.e. an in-house programme). Achievement of one or more of these qualifications will support managers, teachers, assessors and trainers in the workplace in:
- improving the learner experience
- raising achievement
- ensuring that regulatory requirements are met
- supporting planning and monitoring processes such as self-assessment
Courses will run throughout the year from October to August with a variety of options or possibly to your requirements.
What are the entry requirements for this course?
You will be working in an assessment role assessing competence in a work environment where you assess at least two learners.
You should ideally possess a level 3 qualification in the area you are assessing and have substantial occupational experience. However, the course tutor will ensure that you have the potential to successfully complete the programme before enrolling you.
What will I learn?
- Unit 1: Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
- Unit 2: Assess Occupational Competence in the Work Environment
You will gain an understanding of how to plan for assessment, and to judge and review whether or not requirements have been met, as well as the critical importance of quality assurance in assessment. You will be observed undertaking the role and applying the principles below and demonstrating that you know how to use observation, examining evidence, oral questioning and discussion and witness statements with your learners.
The programme focuses on 8 key areas, involving:
- the principles and requirements of assessment
- different types of assessment method
- assessment planning
- involving learners in assessment
- making assessment decisions
- contributing to quality assurance of assessment
- managing information regarding assessment of occupational competence
- putting into practice legal and good practice requirements relating to assessment
How will I learn?
Assessment will be through a flexible learning programme either in small groups or 1-1; based on written assignment, controlled assessment and/or a portfolio of evidence, observation of your practice and 1-1 professional discussion with your assessor.
What Can this Course Lead To?
This course can be ‘topped up’ by adding the practical unit (unit 3) to achieve the ‘Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement’.Last updated 15 hours ago.