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Apply As An Assessor

Applying to join our team of assessors and quality assurers It is essential that you already hold an appropriate assessor/quality assurance qualification. Please refer to the list below: For Assessor's D32/D33 A1 Assessor award Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement For Internal Quality Assurer's D34 V1 Internal Verification award Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice

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Do you want to become a productive and effective vocational assessor in your field quickly? With Assessor Training Direct, you can be certificated as a qualified Assessor in a few short weeks. You can also have your course delivered in a way that’s flexible and convenient for you and fits in with your own work and home commitments..

So what do you need to be an NVQ Assessor? You should have experience, knowledge and skill in the occupational sector you will be assessing. You will need at least an NVQ level 3 in the chosen subject area. A1 and A2 or D32/D33 or willing to work towards these qualifications. Excellent communication skills, to explain the occupational standards and give feedback The ability to motivate and encourage people An interest in helping people develop Patience and tact The ability to relate to people at all levels The ability to write reports and keep accurate written records
As an NVQ assessor you would: Observe candidates in their workplace Examine candidates' portfolios of evidence Question candidates to assess how they would deal with non-standard situations Provide feedback and offer advice if the standards are not met Sign off the NVQ when all the requirements have been met Keep records of candidates' progress, according to the requirements of the NVQ awarding bodies Attend meetings with other assessors Work closely with training staff and candidates' line managers.