NCFE Level 3 Assessors Award (£650) or Certificate (£900)

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Certificate £900 (with mentoring) Award £650 (with mentoring)

‘We have achieved Grade 1 Inspections across all our courses from the NCFE in 2017’

My tutor would answer any question I had no matter if it was 1am or 7am. I have to say it took me a while to get used to the system, but once I did, it fell into place. As my tutor would agree, I’m ‘to the point’ kinda guy, and sometimes felt that the answers could be condensed, but I understand that there are guidelines to follow and adhered to. Thanks a million PCt2U.

Danny – TAQA Certificate Level 3 Student 2014 – Donegal, Ireland

 

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A three unit award including the knowledge based Unit 1. This includes fully supported guidance using the tried and tested Moodle platform as used by all of the major colleges and Universities worldwide.

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This qualification is suitable for learners aged 19 and above.

What topics are covered by the course?

You will look at theory aspects related to assessment and this study now underpins the entire qualification. You then decide your routes for the practical units either the workplace unit or the vocational unit. You will look at assessing your learners in these environments and you will engage in professionals discussions with your tutor on your working aspects related to your work with your learners. You can choose all three units of study or just two units depending on your learners and your delivery type.

Who should attend?

Anyone wanting to assess NVQ’s in the workplace or in a vocational setting and who has candidates and learners in place to work with.

What will I be able to do on completion?

When completed the Assessors certificate or award you can gain you work in a variety of sectors according to your specialism and can open up doors to complete the Certificate in Education and Training. Your Assessors qualification can present as a direct transfer claim towards some of the CET units.

How will I be assessed?

The student is assessed via portfolio and through practical outcomes that are observed by your tutor. We also use Moodle the same online software system used by schools, colleges and universities for distance learning courses. Further to this your theory assignments are assessed on a pass or refer basis. Assessment will be by a range of methods such as written and practical assignments, professional discussion with your tutor, question and answering via our Moodle forums, observation and practical work assignments. You will be supported by an allocated tutor who will also be your assessor.  Further to a risk assessment further charges for observations could apply. Sometimes a video is taken of your teaching session to inform best practice.

Sign up to our NCFE Assessors – TAQA Certificate or Award with a deposit only. (Direct Claims Status)