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Assess occupational competence units formally A1 assessor - training in the North West

Going to be assessing learners - gain your assessor qualifications in the North West, further afield by arrangement


Richmond Training Associates

Summary

Price
£392 inc VAT
Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Duration
54 Hours
Qualification
Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment (QCF)
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Overview

Gain your assessor qualification formally A1 assessor.

To achieve this you will need access to learners in the workplace who you can assess against clear occupational standards and for which you are a subject specialist in the field of work.

If you don't have access to learners yet you could still do Unit 1 (Theory Unit) and get part qualified, ready to progress further, this would be a lower cost as a single unit.

Qualification

Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment (QCF)
Regulated by Ofqual

Description

RTA will support you to gain this award in the North West area. To gain this award you will need to produce a portfolio of evidence to gain 2 Assessor units from the TAQA programme, namely:

Unit 1. Level 3 award - Understand the princples and practices of assessment (RQF).

Unit 2. Level 3 Award - Assessing competence in the work environment (RQF).

Once both units are complete you are recognised as a workplace competence assessor.

You will need access to learners in the workplace who you can assess against clear occupational standards and for which you are a subject specialist in the field of work. For example apprentice learners are obvious but it could be other types of learner in the workplace. Building trades, beauty, hairdressing. hospitality are example professions.

The fee includes registration with Highfield Qualifications, support, reference book, visit to observe you assessing, marking and assessment of your portfolio and IQA activity related to your award.

There is also the option to do a vocational assessor unit ie. this can involve simulated skills and more classroom based type of assessments.

Contact RTA to discuss your needs in more detail.

We can work further afield by negotiation.

Who is this course for?

Aspirant assessors delivering regulated qualifications

Requirements

Must be 19 years plus.

Functional skills ability should be Level 2 in maths and English.

ITC skill is also useful.

Career path

Move on to include the vocational assessor unit and even Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) units from the TAQA programme.

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