NCFE LEVEL 4 IQA AWARD (£650) or CERTIFICATE (£900)

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

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This course allows you to monitor assessors either in the workplace or a vocational setting. Or if you want to work across both sectors then you can sign up for the Certificate and you can gain all three units. Managers can if they prefer just sign up for the knowledge based theory unit.

Unit 1 – Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (QCF) T/601/5320

Unit 2 – Internally assure the quality of assessment (QCF) A/601/5321

Unit 3 – Plan, allocate and monitor work in own area of responsibility (QCF) H/600/9674

‘IQA Theory Unit 1 – This unit is knowledge based and only requires a theory response. It is appropriate for those who do not wish to carry out verification work but need to know about the process such as managers et al’.

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The IQA Unit 1 course, (Understanding the principles and practices of internally assuring the quality of assessment), is ideal for managers who are possibly managing teams of assessors. This first unit helps you to manage your teams, have some insight and knowledge into how you should go about ‘chairing’ standardisations meetings and how to prepare your companies IQA plan. It is a requirement that you hold the TAQA Unit 1 award or else the old A1 and D32/33, qualifications in quality assurance before you can proceed to the IQA units of study.

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 work with your assessors to inform best practice.