Internal Quality of Assurance (Level 4)
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The IQA is an online self paced course for those looking to verify the work of assessors or those who need to be aware of the quality assurance process.
There are three units, the first is a theory unit. You can then choose to do only unit 2 or both units 2 and 3. You will only need unit 3 if you are overseeing a team of verifiers, but for unit 2 you will need to have access to at least two assessors who are seeing candidates through assessments.During the course you will be assigned a tutor to guide and support you through.
There are three units on the course, you can choose to take just unit 1 if you only need to be aware of quality assurance, but will not be actively carrying out internal verification. Unit two is the practical unit, having unit 1 & 2 will mean you are an accredited internal verifier. There is then the option of taking the third unit if you are leading a team of verifiers.
Unit 1: Understanding the Principles and Practices of Internally Assuring the Quality of Assessment.
This is comprised of 8 assignments, there is material and resources available on the Moodle and you will also need to carry out further research to complete the assignments.
Unit 2: Internally Assure the Quality of Assessment.
You will need to have access to at least two assessors, both of which are seeing at least two candidates through assessments.
Unit 3: Plan, Allocate and Monitor Work in Own Area of Responsibility.
This unit is for those overseeing a team of verifiers.
1 unit: £295
2 units: £450
3 units: £500
Who is this course for?
The course is for people who verify the work of other assessors, the third unit is aimed at those who lead the verification process and support other verifiers (this would normally be in a larger organisation).
You need to be a minimum of 19 years of age. For unit 2 the student needs to monitor a minimum of two assessors each with a minimum of two candidates of their own. Assessment activities may include sampling, observations and standardisation meetings.
Internal verifier, quality assurance
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