How much work is involved with the Assessor awards ?


How much work is involved with the Assessor awards ?

To achieve the ‘Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement’ (the qualification that enables Assessors to work in any assessment environment using a wide range of assessment methods) you have to succeed in three Units:

Unit 1 The theory behind assessing, the role of the Assessor and what good assessment practice consists of.

Unit 2 A practical unit that involves being observed assessing in the Workplace.

Unit 3 A practical unit that involves being observed assessing in a Classroom or Workshop environment.

The Carlton Training three day training course, which covers the theory necessary for the qualification. During the three days the evidence for Unit 1 will be collected and candidates will be prepared for Units 2 and 3.

Following the course each Assessor candidate is expected to prepare Assessment plans for Units 2 and 3. Once these are in place the Assessor candidate will be observed assessing learners in the workplace and in a classroom or workshop environment to gain the rest of the evidence for Units 2 and 3 and thus complete your award.

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