Assessment and Internal Quality Assurance
Code
:  6317 City & Guilds
Part/Full Time
:  Full Time
Duration
:  2 Days
Level
:  Level 3
Local fees(£)
:  750
Certification time
: 15 days after successful completion of exams

Introduction

This course is designed for practitioners who assess knowledge and/or skills in vocationally-related subject areas who use the following assessment methods: assessments in simulated environments, skills tests, oral and written questions, assignments, projects, case studies and RPL. This may take place in training workshops, classrooms or other learning environments.

Course Structure

The qualification is made up of two units: 

Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding 6 Credit 

 Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment (the same unit that makes up the Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment) 3 Credits

The course covers:

  •  Principles and requirements of assessment
  • Different types of assessment methods
  • How to plan for an assessment
  • How to involve learners and others in assessments
  • How to make assessment decisions
  • The quality assurance of the assessment process
  • Managing information relating to the assessment of occupational competence
  • Legislation and good practice requirements in relation to assessment
  • Prepare assessments of vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (of 2 candidates for 2 assessment activities each)
  • carry out assessments of vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (of 2 candidates for 2 assessment activities each)
  • Providing relevant information following the assessment of vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (of 2 candidates for 2 assessment activities each)
  • Maintaining legal and good practice requirements when assessing vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (of 2 candidates for 2 assessment activities each)

Pre-requisites to join

This Course is best suited for: 

Managers, HR or quality assurance personnel who require a professional development qualification in assessment 

People who assess staff or candidates, in a simulated work environment. This may be simulations (imitating the behaviour of some situation or some process by means of something suitably similar to ‘real’ activity), training workshops or similar activities particularly where mandatory training for example, is provided. This may be in a work or training environment

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