You can gain a recognised qualification in assessing competence in the workplace by completing this holistic and flexible programme.
You must be in employment where you are working as an assessor and your learners are gaining a qualification against national standards.
Why choose Brock for Assessing Vocational Achievement Level 3 Certificate?
You will receive one-to-one support from an official assessor, who is experienced and knowledgeable in effective programme delivery.
You will be able to contact your assessor at any time for advice and guidance.
Teaching & learning
You will build a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate your progress. This can be paper-based but will most-likely be on an e-portfolio system.
Evidence will be generated by collating hard copies of documentation and working through your course workbook.
Your assessor will use a range of methods such as observations and discussions and work projects.
This course takes a holistic approach, which means your attainment can satisfy the criteria for more than one unit.
You will study the following units:
- Understanding the principles and practices of assessment
- Assessing vocational achievement
Minimum entry requirements
- GCSE Maths and English at grade 4 or above.
- It is vital that you are currently working in a role where you assess learners.
- You will be required to attend standardisation meetings.
How will I be assessed?
Your performance will be assessed continuously to meet the prescribed outcomes for skills, knowledge and behaviours.
Information & support
You will need a computer and internet access to follow your programme and be able to access the appropriate learning resources.
Course fees & Duration
There is a cost of £504.00 to complete this course and recieved certification.
What can I do with this qualification?
After completing this course successfully you could progress to the Internal Quality Assurance Certificate.
This programme is flexible to your needs, which means if you are already qualified to D32/33 we can provide an update to show assessment against the new standards.