Assessors are central to maintaining workplace first aid as they play a key role in supporting trainees throughout the training and assessment process.
You'll learn how to work within the policies and procedures of your employing organisation to ensure you and the learner are adequately resourced and that moderation and other quality management systems are in place.
What you’ll gain
In this full-day course, our in-depth discussions, lessons, and scenario-based activities will give you:
- the skills to evaluate a trainee's skills, knowledge and competence in the workplace against the requirements of unit standards from the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF)
- a Workplace Assessor certificate
What this course covers
Step into our fun and interactive learning environments with our nationally-recognised tutors where we’ll teach you how to:
- Plan assessment with learners and others involved in the assessment process
- Guide learners on how best to collect evidence of their competence
- Assess learners’ evidence against unit standard requirements
- Provide feedback and advise on results and arrange for re-assessment if necessary
- Report results to the relevant Industry Training Organisations (ITO)
- Maintain records of assessment activities and results
- Participate in moderation activities
Following the in-class training session, it is expected that you will follow up with the post-course requirements (up to 80 hours) including supervised learner assessments against the unit standards. Further details on these post-course requirements and portfolio submission will be explained in class.
Prerequisites and restrictions
In order to offer this workplace assessor training opportunity, we require that:
- you work for a recognised training workplace
To become a registered assessor, you need to hold the relevant qualification being assessed and achieve unit standard 4098
Request a private or customised course
Need a private booking for your large group or organisation? Want a course like this that covers scenarios related to your workplace or industry?
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