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TQUK Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (RQF)

This qualification provides learners with the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and understanding to enable them to perform the role of an assessor. It is intended for those who assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding in a workshop, classroom or other training environment.

The lessons are provided online and you will receive help and guidance from your nominated online tutor. You will have access to the course for 8 months, the qualification has 54 guided learning hours, so you will easily be able to fit your learning in with your other commitments. For more information please call us on 01206 805380 

Course Information

Course Duration: Minimum 54 Guided Learning Hours.

Course Theory Delivery: Online through our Moodle Based Virtual Learning Environment.

Course Practical: You need 2 learners completing a vocational qualification, you can complete the practical module remotely.

Course Price: £350 + VAT.

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Included

Access to our Moodle Based Virtual Learning Environment for 8 months.

  • Lessons, videos.
  • Examples and templates.
  • Online tutor support.
  • Certification.

We do not charge any additional fees for work that needs to be re-submitted

Information

Award Details: TQUK Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (RQF)

Qualification Number: 601/2337/0

Awarding Organisation: Training Qualifications UK

approved centre TQ UK

Prerequisites

  • Level 2 in literacy, numeracy or equivalent.
  • Delegates must be aged 18+.
  • Completion of our online initial assessment form.
  • Access to the Internet.
  • Laptop / Computer.
  • Word 97 or newer.
  • To be familiar with uploading and downloading files.
  • You will need to have access to 2 learners completing a qualification.

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Learning Outcomes

This is a 3 credit qualification

  • Unit 1 - Understanding the principles and practices of assessment D/605/5313 (6 credits)
  • Unit 2 - Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding F/601/5319 (6 credits)

This course covers subjects including:-

  • Assessor roles and responsibilities
  • Observation performance criteria
  • Cross referencing
  • Gathering evidence and methods
  • Assessment methods
  • Assessment records
  • Types of assessment
  • Planning
  • Concepts and principles of assessment
  • Making assessment decisions and giving feedback
  • Feedback review decisions - Evaluating assessment practice
  • Standardising assessment practice
  • Involving learners in the assessment process
  • Management of information
  • Equality and diversity
  • Reflective practice

You will need to provide evidence of at least two assessments of two learner's skills, knowledge and understanding in a vocational setting and two learners who you will assess for workplace competency.
You will be assessed on your ability to make the suitable assessment choices for your learners.

More information about the Assessor Award

This qualification is delivered through our Virtual Learning Environment. When you have booked your course and completed the initial assessment, you will be emailed your login details, so that you can make a start on your course.

For each assignment, there are lessons, examples and templates, when you are happy with your work, you submit it to the Virtual Learning Environment to be marked. Your tutor will provide you with feedback and support, if you should need to make any changes, don't worry, you can make changes and submit your work as many times as you need.

The online training provides you with videos, lessons and many useful handouts to help you to complete the theoretical side of this course, your tutor will provide guidance and feedback, your assignments will be marked within 48 hours of submission, however this is often sooner.

There are instructions and lessons, so you will know what you need to do during the practical assessments and how to document and evidence your work.

If you submit an assignment that doesn't meet all of the learning outcomes, don't worry. Your tutor will point you in the right direction and you can re-submit an assignment as many times as necessary.

When you have completed the practical assessments, you print out your assessment evidence and send it to us.

What IT Skills do I need to complete the training online?

Using the VLE does require basic IT Skills, you will need to be familiar with uploading and downloading files, the course lessons can be accessed through any mobile device.

Who is this for?

  • anyone who wants to gain an understanding of assessment
  • anyone who wants to gain a qualification in assessment of vocational training

These units can be put towards the full CAVA/TAQA Qualification, Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement which would also qualify you to assess competency in the work environment.