Learners who accomplish these unit standards will have the ability to prepare and perform assessments within their field of competence. This program likewise covers the skills required to create and develop reputable assessment tools, within an outcomes-based framework.
Learners will be required to finish a Portfolio of Evidence to support the competent findings of the assessor. The student will be supported and directed towards reaching this objective.
With these unit standards, successful learners will be able to pursue a career as a/an:
- Human Resources Consultant
- Training and Development Specialist
- Training and Development Manager
What does an assessor do?
In the context of education, an assessor identifies whether a student is skilled in relation to the criteria or results for a specific unit standard or qualification on the National Credentials Framework (NQF). An assessor is accountable for:
- Explaining the assessment process, as well as the required outcomes, to the learner.
- Assessing the learner’s competence.
- Giving constructive feedback on the assessment to the learner.
- Recording the outcomes of the assessment.
This is an in-depth course for effort candidates wanting to get in the expert market of training and development. Educators in addition to facilitating knowing, need to be proficient assessors to understand how effective they have remained in transferring knowing. Our extensive course will supply you with all the essential abilities and understanding for an effective profession in Assessment.
This course is designed to prepare you for a variety of obstacles faced when handling learners in a school or the workplace environment. Knowing how to deal with difficult situations objectively, and with tact, is as important as being experienced about the training and development of work environment abilities. The course is very useful and allows you time to internalize your discovering through activities, so you are have the ability to finish your POE on the last day.