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NVQ Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement

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NVQ Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement

Objectives:

The NVQ Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement is a qualification designed for individuals who are looking to become qualified assessors in a vocational context. This award provides learners with the knowledge and skills required to assess the achievement of vocational skills, knowledge, and understanding in a workplace or other vocational setting.).

  • The award covers the principles and practices of assessment, the roles and responsibilities of an assessor, and the planning and preparation required for effective assessment. It also covers the use of different assessment methods, including observation, questioning, and product evidence, as well as the principles of feedback and record-keeping.
  • This qualification is suitable for individuals who assess vocational skills, knowledge, and understanding in environments such as classrooms, workshops, training centres, and workplaces. It is particularly relevant for those who assess vocational qualifications such as NVQs, SVQs, and apprenticeships.
  • To achieve this award, learners will need to complete a range of assessments, which may include written assignments, practical assessments, and observations of their own assessment practice. They will also need to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the principles and practices of assessment through a portfolio of evidence
Entry Requirements:

There are no formal entry requirements for the Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement. However, learners should have basic literacy and numeracy skills and should be able to demonstrate competence in the subject area they wish to assess.

Mandatory Units:

Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement consists of 2 mandatory units having 54 GLH and 90 Hours TQT. Candidates must complete all of the following Mandatory units.

NVQ Level 3 Qualification Duration:

The duration of the course can vary depending on the mode of study and the training provider. However, typically, the course can be completed within 6 to 12 weeks.

Who is this for course:

The Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement is designed for individuals who are interested in becoming qualified assessors in a vocational context. This qualification is suitable for those who assess vocational skills, knowledge, and understanding in environments such as classrooms, workshops, training centers, and workplaces. It is particularly relevant for individuals who assess vocational qualifications such as NVQs, SVQs, and apprenticeships.

This course is suitable for anyone who wants to develop their skills in vocational assessment, including:

  • Those who are currently working in a vocational setting and want to become qualified assessors.
  • Those who are looking to start a career as an assessor in a vocational context.
  • Those who are already qualified assessors but want to update their skills and knowledge in line with current industry standards.

Whether you’re an experienced assessor looking to enhance your skills or a newcomer to the field, the Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement is the ideal qualification for anyone looking to assess vocational skills, knowledge, and understanding in a range of settings.

Assessment:

The assessment process for the course involves a range of assessments, including written assignments, practical assessments, and observations of the learner’s own assessment practice. Learners will also need to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the principles and practices of assessment through a portfolio of evidence.

Progression

The Gateway Qualifications Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement is for those who assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding in a workshop, classroom or other training environment rather than assessing competence in a work environment.

Results Enquiries and Appeals:

All enquiries relating to assessment or other decisions should be dealt with by centers, with reference to ProQual’s Enquiries and Appeals Procedures.