The Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement has been specifically designed for those who need to:
Assess occupational competence in the work environment
Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding outside the work environment i.e. training setting
Transferable to any sector that the Learner has occupational competence in, this qualification provides a national benchmark for best practice in assessing.
Successful Learners will leave with the skills required to assess competency based qualifications such as NVQs as well as vocational qualifications such as first aid.
Throughout the qualification Learners will build an in-depth knowledge of assessing, covering key topics including: principles and practices of assessment, types of assessment methods, the importance of quality assurance in assessment processes and more. This will be achieved through our unique approach to learning
Trainee assessors must be at least 19 years old on the first day of the training.
Trainee assessors must have access to learners completing vocational qualifications in order to generate the evidence required to complete this qualification (4D Academy can support with this).
There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Trainee assessors have a minimum of Level 2 in literacy and numeracy or equivalent.
The objective of the qualification is to benefit Trainee assessors by enabling them to attain the knowledge, understanding and ability to perform the role of Assessor in a wide range of contexts. It will help the Trainee assessor to
The Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement may support progression with training into the area of internal quality assurance, example qualifications:
• Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice
• Level 4 Award in Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice
• Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice