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Assessors Course

In order to become an Assessor, you need both an Assessor course 115753 and occupational competence through TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network.

PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD
This generic Assessors Course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria of the assessors course may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to Assessors Courses, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications.

Those who achieve this assessors course will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise. This assessors course will contribute towards the achievement of a variety of qualifications, particularly within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

People credited with this assessors course are able to carry out assessments in a fair, valid, reliable and practicable manner that is free of all bias and discrimination, paying particular attention to the three groups targeted for redress: race, gender and disability.

In particular, people credited with this Assessors Course will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of outcomes-based assessment;
  • Prepare for assessments;
  • Conduct assessments;
  • Provide feedback on assessments; and
  • Review assessments.

They are responsible for making a decision if a learner is competent or not yet competent in a specific topic or learning objective. The varied role of an Assessor will mean that no two days will be the same. Whether you are recording achievements, running through evidence or marking work, you will soon develop a wide range of skills. You will be regularly communicating with your learners, and time management is also important when running your own diary.

They evaluate the skills and competencies demonstrated and provided by the learner and directly engage in providing constructive feedback by means of support and remediation to ensure the learner understands what it takes to reach the desired learning outcome.

Assessors are the glue which holds the learner and the end-result together.

They are great decision-makers and judges and are intuitively built and trained to ensure and see to it that learners are learnt and trained adequately.

Continued professional development is important in order to improve the skills and knowledge that you have that could be achieved through the Assessors course.

115753 Assessor Course

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Freelance Assessors and Moderators

Meeting new peopleAs well as flexibility being one of the main reasons people choose to become Assessors, you will also meet people from all walks of life. You will build strong relationships with your learners, and watching them as they progress through their course is a very rewarding process.

Generally, an assessor is responsible for judging the competence of a learner in meeting required standards. … A moderator, on the other hand, is responsible for ensuring that the principles of quality assurance are applied and maintained during the assessment, and that the learning outcomes are achieved.

Activities Of A Freelance Assessor The typical activities that a freelance assessor is involved in are:

  • Planning and delivery of vocational training workshops and programmes
  • Observation and assessment of candidates in their place of work
  • Analyzing the documentation and credentials of the candidate
  • Keeping the record of the progress of the candidate
  • Providing feedback to the candidate and offering advice to her in a situation where the required standards are not met
  • Recommending the candidate for the vocational qualification award when all the required standards have been met

To become a qualified assessor, you’ll complete an accredited Assessor Course at an accredited learning institution, where a Certificate of Competence and Statement Of Results (SOR) will be issued afterwards. Following this, you can register with an ETQA and start practising as a constituent assessor.

This article includes quick guidelines and some tips to find the JOB you need in the Training Industry.

1. TYPES OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The following types of JOB opportunities exist in the Educational Industry;

  • Qualified Trainers and Assessors who offer their services as FREELANCERS. (People who are contracted-in by companies to perform training functions).
  • Permanent employment opportunities for individuals with Training Providers as qualified Trainers, Assessors and Training Administrators.
  • Appointed Training Managers in Corporate Companies.
  • Lecturers at both public and private colleges.
  • Microsoft Certified and Department of Labour Special Projects  (Qualified Trainer Certificate as entry level requirement)
  • Developers of course material for both short and NQF aligned courses.
  • International JOB opportunities in the Education Field, based on the Outcomes Based Education or Common Core principles.
  • SETA Project Managers, both internally and externally.
  • HR related vacancies – becoming industry requirement with recruitment agencies.
  • Industry specialist who want a change in career.
  • Individuals who retire and want to generate additional income in their spare time.
  • Self motivated individuals who offer part time courses on weekends or in their spare time.

2. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

The following minimum requirements for these positions generally apply.

  • Train the Trainer Certificate: Minimum level of NQF 5 required.  Completion of the official unit standard 117871 that is endorsed by the ETDP SETA is recommended.
  • Conduct Assessor: The only unit standard as documented by the SAQA policy 115753 and endorsed by the ETDP SETA.
  • Conduct Moderations: Not a requirement for general training requirements but recommended for individuals working for training providers and colleges.

 SPECIAL NOTE: 

  • All Certificates must have the ETDP SETA logo on.
  • Learners must request a copy of their Statement of Results, directly from their Training Provider to confirm their registration was successful.

3. IS THERE A NEED FOR TRAINERS AND ASSESSORS?

Definitely yes! We’ve been tracking most of our freelance learners who completed these courses in the past with very positive feedback.  Most have either found permanent employment in corporate organisation or opened their own business.

Well done guys! We proud of you!

First time students can earning an income with freelance work until the perfect opportunity arrives. There will always be job opportunities for qualified Trainers and Assessors.

Why Trainers and Assessors?

Employers and Training Providers are more likely to contact people who are capable of training and assessing their learners, rather than contracting two different individuals to perform this task.

4. HOW TO NETWORK AND GET THAT PERFECT (FREELANCE) JOB

Here is some networking tips!

  1. Make sure you have all the required ETDP Certificates, ETDP SETA Statement of Results and a detailed Personal Portfolio with all your previous education and workplace experience. Best practice is to have this ready in PDF format to submit electronically if needed.
  2. Register with all the related SETAs as an Assessor with at least one unit standard where possible. It’s so much easier to request extension of scope than submitting an entire new application.
  3. Subscribe to all possible Education newsletters including our free service on www.skillsjobs.co.za.
  4. Subscribe to the SETA newsletters and make sure you attend their annual stakeholders meetings which are open to anyone to attend. These are perfect opportunities for you to meet new Training Providers and Employer to get connected to new projects and JOB opportunities.
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Assessors online course

Assessors online course

PURPOSE OF THE ASSESSORS ONLINE COURSE
This generic assessor unit standard is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications.

Those who achieve this unit standard will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise. This unit standard will contribute towards the achievement of a variety of qualifications, particularly within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

People credited with this unit standard are able to carry out assessments in a fair, valid, reliable and practicable manner that is free of all bias and discrimination, paying particular attention to the three groups targeted for redress: race, gender and disability.

  • In particular, people credited with this unit standard will be able to:
  • Demonstrate understanding of outcomes-based assessment;
  • Prepare for assessments;
  • Conduct assessments;
  • Provide feedback on assessments; and
  • Review assessments.

ONLINE COURSES

Online courses are typically a mix of video recordings or live lectures supplemented with readings and assessments that students can complete on their own time.

Online study – The method of study typically associated with online courses and programmes relies on a higher level of interaction than distance study, with a teaching style which is a bit similar to a traditional classroom setting – but without the actual classroom! Online study is facilitated by offering the student a range of resources that serve to assist them throughout their learning journey.

According to the dictionary, a course is a series of lectures or lessons about a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification. The term became popular in the 1800s and comes originally from the Latin word cursus, which contains the idea of something that runs, or flows. Which is very related to how a course works: there’s a curriculum, or study plan you must follow in order to complete the training.

Online courses are revolutionizing formal education, and have opened a new genre of outreach on cultural and scientific topics. These courses deliver a series of lessons to a web browser or mobile device, to be conveniently accessed anytime, anyplace.

An “online course is designed as a built environment for learning. It’s constructed as an experience that can be followed sequentially or can be accessed throughout the designated time period,”

What is an online course?

An online course is a way to learn a new skill or gain some new knowledge from the comfort of your own home. They can either be paid or offered for free. Some are offered by educational institutions, while others are produced by experts in their field. The most important thing for an online course is for it to be engaging and to deliver a clear outcome.

In this article, I’ll explain exactly what an online course is. As well as what makes a great online course, and some examples of different online courses.

 

 

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Accredited Assessors Training Course Online

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network generic Assessor training course will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to assess candidates in their own particular field of expertise. The Assessor training course will help build your understanding of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

What is an Assessor?

An assessor is a person with the required knowledge and skills that determines whether a candidate is capable of doing the job at hand in their own particular field of expertise by collecting evidence. Assessors assess people, not things.

How is evidence collected?

An assessor makes use of different tools and systems to determine if a candidate is competent or not yet competent.

Who should attend this assessor course?

  • Lecturers, teachers and facilitators currently facilitating.
  • Any person with the intention to become a certified assessor.
  • Education & Training Practitioners.
  • Sales and marketing personnel.
  • HR and HRD practitioners.
  • Line Managers & Supervisors.
  • Subject Matter Experts in Education.
  • Workplace Coaches & Mentors.

What is the entry requirements?

Numeracy and Literacy Skills on NQF 4 Level
Basic English Communication Skills on NQF Level 4

ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COURSES

 

If you already have a relevant diploma, degree, or occupational qualification, and you want to study further to become a qualified assessor or moderator, these courses are for you.

Purpose of this Assessor Course

This assessor course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. Those who successfully complete this assessor training, will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.

SAQA regulations stipulate that prospective assessors who wish to register and be accredited as Assessors, must be competent and need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessment

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ETDP SETA Accredited Assessors Course 115753

This is an in-depth course for hard working candidates wanting to enter the professional industry of training and development. Educators in addition to facilitating learning, need to be competent assessors to understand how effective they have been in transferring learning. Our comprehensive course will provide you with all the necessary skills and understanding for a successful career in Assessment.

Purpose of this Assessor Course

This assessor course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. Those who successfully complete this assessor training, will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.

SAQA regulations stipulate that prospective assessors who wish to register and be accredited as Assessors, must be competent and need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessment

Who should attend this assessor course?

  • Lecturers, teachers and facilitators currently facilitating.
  • Any person with the intention to become a certified assessor.
  • Education & Training Practitioners.
  • Sales and marketing personnel.
  • HR and HRD practitioners.
  • Line Managers & Supervisors.
  • Subject Matter Experts in Education.
  • Workplace Coaches & Mentors.

What is the entry requirements?

Numeracy and Literacy Skills on NQF 4 Level
Basic English Communication Skills on NQF Level 4

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network generic Assessor training course will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to assess candidates in their own particular field of expertise. The Assessor training course will help build your understanding of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

 

ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COURSES

 

If you already have a relevant diploma, degree, or occupational qualification, and you want to study further to become a qualified assessor or moderator, these courses are for you.

What is an Assessor?

An assessor is a person with the required knowledge and skills that determines whether a candidate is capable of doing the job at hand in their own particular field of expertise by collecting evidence. Assessors assess people, not things.

How is evidence collected?

An assessor makes use of different tools and systems to determine if a candidate is competent or not yet competent.

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Assessors elearning course Accredited 115753

This is an in-depth course for hard working candidates wanting to enter the professional industry of training and development. Educators in addition to facilitating learning, need to be competent assessors to understand how effective they have been in transferring learning. Our comprehensive course will provide you with all the necessary skills and understanding for a successful career in Assessment.

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network generic Assessor training course will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to assess candidates in their own particular field of expertise. The Assessor training course will help build your understanding of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

 

ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COURSES

 

If you already have a relevant diploma, degree, or occupational qualification, and you want to study further to become a qualified assessor or moderator, these courses are for you.

What is an Assessor?

An assessor is a person with the required knowledge and skills that determines whether a candidate is capable of doing the job at hand in their own particular field of expertise by collecting evidence. Assessors assess people, not things.

How is evidence collected?

An assessor makes use of different tools and systems to determine if a candidate is competent or not yet competent.

Purpose of this Assessor Course

This assessor course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. Those who successfully complete this assessor training, will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.

SAQA regulations stipulate that prospective assessors who wish to register and be accredited as Assessors, must be competent and need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessment

Who should attend this assessor course?

  • Lecturers, teachers and facilitators currently facilitating.
  • Any person with the intention to become a certified assessor.
  • Education & Training Practitioners.
  • Sales and marketing personnel.
  • HR and HRD practitioners.
  • Line Managers & Supervisors.
  • Subject Matter Experts in Education.
  • Workplace Coaches & Mentors.

What is the entry requirements?

Numeracy and Literacy Skills on NQF 4 Level
Basic English Communication Skills on NQF Level 4

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Assessors course

What Is An Assessor And Why You Should Consider Training To Become One

Assessors are the glue which holds the learner and the end-result together. They evaluate the skills and competencies demonstrated and provided by the learner and directly engage in providing constructive feedback by means of support and remediation to ensure the learner understands what it takes to reach the desired learning outcome. They are responsible for making a decision if a learner is competent or not yet competent in a specific topic or learning objective. They are great decision-makers and judges and are intuitively built and trained to ensure and see to it that learners are learnt and trained adequately.

Assessment is the process of making judgments about an individual’s competence
through matching evidence collected to the appropriate outcomes related to a
specific unit standard, a series of unit standards, or a full qualification that have
been registered by the south African Qualifications Authority

.

Candidates who are deemed not yet competent on a summative assessment
(following training) will normally not be allowed to be re-assessed on more than two
occasions.

When learners have to undergo re-assessment, the following conditions will
apply

• Specific feedback will be given so that candidates can concentrate only on
those areas in which they were assessed as not yet competent

• Re-assessment will take place in the same situation or context and under the
same conditions as the original assessment

• Only the specific outcomes that were not achieved will be re-assessed

Candidates who are repeatedly unsuccessful should be given guidance on other
possible and more suitable learning avenues.

Why Assessor is so important.

Firstly, no matter what you specialized in or what industry you in, each of us have to be able to focus on result-orientated growth. The success of each occupation (and industry) can be defined in many different terms. However, in order to reach the best growth and success in our field, we have to be able to measure performance and gaps, then to address these gaps accordingly to get the result we want. This is what assessor training does for you, it guides you to

  1. Demonstrate understanding of outcomes-based assessment- to know the difference of content based training and outcome based growth (Focusing on best ways to get results).
  2. Prepare for Assessments- Planning and conducting the assessment according to outcomes that are needed and based on special needs of environment and candidate that is going to be assessed.
  3. Conduct Assessments-Executing the assessment (measured testing) in the best method possible for the best outcome and candidate.
  4. Provide feedback on assessments- giving formal reports on findings and results of the testing.
  5. Review Assessments-Reflecting on the results and testing to see if the gap of growth and training was sufficiently tested and improved.

 

With everything going on at the moment, a change in career may be exactly what you are looking for. If you are passionate about learning, an Assessor qualification could be the next step for you to take. The main role of an Assessor is to observer learners in their workplace, providing support and guidance throughout their apprenticeship. You will be responsible for collecting evidence and assessing their abilities before signing off their qualification.

Many people choose to become an Assessor as they want to help others achieve their full potential. Here are some other reasons to take an Assessor qualification:

1. Professional development

Continued professional development is important in order to improve the skills and knowledge that you have. The varied role of an Assessor will mean that no two days will be the same. Whether you are recording achievements, running through evidence or marking work, you will soon develop a wide range of skills. You will be regularly communicating with your learners, and time management is also important when running your own diary.

That isn’t to say once you become an Assessor you are stuck with that career choice. Many of the skills that you will acquire are transferable to other roles, either within the education sector, or even management roles.

2. Flexible working hours

One of the main attractions of becoming an Assessor is the flexibility that the role provides, and how it can make more time for you. Whether you are returning to employment after having a child, or you simply desire that work-life balance that a full-time role can’t provide, becoming an Assessor may be the best choice for you.

If you have a read through our day in the life of a childcare Assessor blog, you will soon see that becoming a freelance Assessor can give you so much more freedom. You can visit learners anywhere, at any time, fitting them in around your schedule. The role is very varied. You may find yourself on the road visiting learners a couple of days a week, and then spending the rest of the week writing up the assessments.

3. A new role with new challenges

Sometimes a change is as good as a break. If you have got to the stage where your full-time office job is no longer satisfying then maybe becoming an Assessor is something you should consider. One of the great things about being an Assessor is that you can still stay in the sector that you know, understand and have experience in. However, you will probably find it is a much less stressful job.

4. Progression at work

If you are wanting to stay within the organisation you currently work for, but are working towards a promotion, an Assessor qualification can help. These days, employers are focused on developing the skill set of their staff so that they can bring more of their services in-house. By adding an Assessor qualification to your CV, this will definitely help to impress your boss!

5. Meeting new people

As well as flexibility being one of the main reasons people choose to become Assessors, you will also meet people from all walks of life. You will build strong relationships with your learners, and watching them as they progress through their course is a very rewarding process.

It isn’t just learners who you will be interacting with on a regular basis though, you will find your path will also cross with other Assessors. This is a fantastic way to network and build up your reputation within the industry.

How to become a qualified Assessor

After reading through this blog, if you are swayed towards becoming an Assessor you may be wondering what the next steps are. In order to become an Assessor, you need both an Assessor qualification and occupational competence. The best qualification you can take is the Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) as this will allow you to assess learners both within their workplace and in learning environments.

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Accredited Assessors Course Online

This is an in-depth course for hard working candidates wanting to enter the professional industry of training and development. Educators in addition to facilitating learning, need to be competent assessors to understand how effective they have been in transferring learning. Our comprehensive course will provide you with all the necessary skills and understanding for a successful career in Assessment.

Who should attend this assessor course?

  • Lecturers, teachers and facilitators currently facilitating.
  • Any person with the intention to become a certified assessor.
  • Education & Training Practitioners.
  • Sales and marketing personnel.
  • HR and HRD practitioners.
  • Line Managers & Supervisors.
  • Subject Matter Experts in Education.
  • Workplace Coaches & Mentors.

ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COURSES

 

If you already have a relevant diploma, degree, or occupational qualification, and you want to study further to become a qualified assessor or moderator, these courses are for you.

What is the entry requirements?

Numeracy and Literacy Skills on NQF 4 Level
Basic English Communication Skills on NQF Level 4

Purpose of this Assessor Course

This assessor course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. Those who successfully complete this assessor training, will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.

SAQA regulations stipulate that prospective assessors who wish to register and be accredited as Assessors, must be competent and need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessment

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network generic Assessor training course will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to assess candidates in their own particular field of expertise. The Assessor training course will help build your understanding of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

What is an Assessor?

An assessor is a person with the required knowledge and skills that determines whether a candidate is capable of doing the job at hand in their own particular field of expertise by collecting evidence. Assessors assess people, not things.

How is evidence collected?

An assessor makes use of different tools and systems to determine if a candidate is competent or not yet competent.

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Freelancer Assessors and Trainers

An assessor is a local government official who determines the value of a property for local real estate taxation purposes. The figures assessors derive are used to calculate future property taxes. The assessor estimates the value of real property within a city or town’s boundaries.

Becoming A Freelance Assessor A freelance assessor is a professional trainer who uses their expertise to provide support and training to students who want to gain vocational qualifications, such as apprenticeships and national vocational qualifications.

Generally, an assessor is responsible for judging the competence of a learner in meeting required standards. … A moderator, on the other hand, is responsible for ensuring that the principles of quality assurance are applied and maintained during the assessment, and that the learning outcomes are achieved.

Becoming A Freelance Assessor A freelance assessor is a professional trainer who uses their expertise to provide support and training to students who want to gain vocational qualifications, such as apprenticeships and national vocational qualifications. It is a profession in which you can work in all areas of occupation where vocational qualifications exist, either as a verifier or as an assessor. You can become a freelance assessor in two steps by getting a qualification in competence and a qualification in assessment. Step 1: Qualification In Competence You need to demonstrate competence in the area that you wish to be an assessor in. You can achieve this competence by getting a qualification in your field of experience. Consider this instance: if you do wish to be an assessor in the area of childcare, then you need to be qualified in the childcare sector. The ideal case is that you are required to be qualified above the level you intend to assess, but this is not usually enforced, as long as you are at least qualified at the level you want to assess. This is the least requirement that most organizations require. Step 2: Qualification In Assessment If you have taken care of the competence qualification, then the next thing you need is the qualification in assessment. These assessing qualifications are diverse, including but not limited to:

  • Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
  • Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment
  • Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement
  • Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET)
  • Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA)
LIST OF ASSESSOR PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
  • Sense of fairness.
  • Ability to communicate with personnel of different job descriptions and personality types.
  • Personal integrity, confidence and leadership.
  • Ability to focus on tasks at hand.
  • Sense of order, planning ability.
  • Strong personality, thick skinned, strong backbone.

Meeting new peopleAs well as flexibility being one of the main reasons people choose to become Assessors, you will also meet people from all walks of life. You will build strong relationships with your learners, and watching them as they progress through their course is a very rewarding process.

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ETDP SETA Accredited Assessors Course 115753

This is an in-depth course for hard working candidates wanting to enter the professional industry of training and development. Educators in addition to facilitating learning, need to be competent assessors to understand how effective they have been in transferring learning. Our comprehensive course will provide you with all the necessary skills and understanding for a successful career in Assessment.

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network generic Assessor training course will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to assess candidates in their own particular field of expertise. The Assessor training course will help build your understanding of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development.

What is an Assessor?

An assessor is a person with the required knowledge and skills that determines whether a candidate is capable of doing the job at hand in their own particular field of expertise by collecting evidence. Assessors assess people, not things.

How is evidence collected?

An assessor makes use of different tools and systems to determine if a candidate is competent or not yet competent.

Who should attend this assessor course?

  • Lecturers, teachers and facilitators currently facilitating.
  • Any person with the intention to become a certified assessor.
  • Education & Training Practitioners.
  • Sales and marketing personnel.
  • HR and HRD practitioners.
  • Line Managers & Supervisors.
  • Subject Matter Experts in Education.
  • Workplace Coaches & Mentors.

ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COURSES

 

If you already have a relevant diploma, degree, or occupational qualification, and you want to study further to become a qualified assessor or moderator, these courses are for you.

What is the entry requirements?

Numeracy and Literacy Skills on NQF 4 Level
Basic English Communication Skills on NQF Level 4

Purpose of this Assessor Course

This assessor course is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. Those who successfully complete this assessor training, will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.

SAQA regulations stipulate that prospective assessors who wish to register and be accredited as Assessors, must be competent and need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessment