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Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
The objectives of this course are to become a competent assessor in a workplace or vocational setting. Flexible innovative flipped classrooms for adults.
· Who is it intended for?
Anyone wanting to prove sector competency in the subject of assessing in the workplace or a vocational setting.
Students are required to have a good level of English written and spoken. Must have candidates to work with in the work place or a vocational setting.
Unit 1 – Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment. (QCF) D/601/5313 Unit 2 – Assess occupational competence in the work environment. (QCF) H/601/5314 Unit 3 – Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding. (QCF) F/601/5319
· What marks this course apart?
We offer flexible routes to learning, no semester schedules and no attendance at lectures required. You can start your course and move through it how you want and at your pace and under your direction. This makes us better than colleges and universities as they only offer traditional prescribed routes to study. Our courses are also fully supported unlike most other organisations offering distance learning, we actually offer detailed feedback and help you understand what is required. . . Our turn around on assignment feedback is quicker we have a 7 day policy if not quicker in this respect. Your tutor can be contacted 24/7 via our Moodle LMS and again you will get an immediate response. Attendance is not required and costs can be kept down for you. Your time can be better spent reading and researching not getting caught up in the classroom so no more school type scenarios that's for kids right. Cost comparisons are massive due to the fact that our model of education using technology and the Internet allows us to reduce costs and pass these benefits onto our students. However we do offer extra mentoring for all our courses that can be booked out as an additional requirement if required so you never get left behind. We are subsequently more cost effective than colleges and universities even if you take out our mentoring options. If you have outside commitments, children to care for and other interests in the evening or unsociable work hours you can still engage with us as we are always here 24/7 - 365 days a year. Our Moodle Learning Management System never sleeps. We will always communicate with you as we are dedicated to that task unlike colleges or universities whose staffs have a million and one things to do in the working week and you can never get to talk to anyone when you need them? Call us now to discuss how we can help you save time and money on your required studies.
· What happens after requesting information?
We require a completed application form along with a discussion with one of our team to ensure that you meet all of the requirements for entry to this qualification. This includes good written and spoken English as some theory responses are required. You also need to provide your own candidates for assessment purposes.
· How do you assess me on the course?
You will work with your own tutor on Moodle and create a portfolio of evidence. You will need to be able to create a video of assessing your candidates for evidence as well as participate in a professional discussion that will be recorded.
· Do I have to attend?
No attendance or traveling to our center is required. All your work is assessed online using Moodle and you are supported via Skype and telephone as and when required. We run workshops and observations at your place of work if required to cover the practical aspects.
· Do you make site visits?
Yes if required we offer workshop support and on-site visits for staff involved on the course.
What you'll learn on the course
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Personal Profile: Paul graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2000 receiving a BA (Hon’s) in Interactive Design. PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) BA Hons (Interactive Design - Multimedia), C.G.L.I 7307 (Post 16 Training Certificate) Part 1&2, Cambridge 118 FPP (FERL Practitioner Programme - Strand 4 VLE Management) MIFL 020-33974548
Learning Outcome 1
Be able to plan the assessment of occupational competence
Be able to make assessment decisions about occupational competence
Be able to provide required information following the assessment of occupational competence
Be able to maintain legal and good practice requirements when assessing occupational competence
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