Enrol Now-Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement
Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement
This course is for you if….
You are involved in training and assessing paid or
voluntary youth workers
You want to develop your knowledge and skills in assessment
You want to gain the latest nationally approved assessor qualification
Start Date: 3rd November 2011
End date: 1st June 2012
Learning South West, Bishops Hull House,
Bishops Hull, Taunton TA1 5EP
Units to be delivered
• D/601/5313 Understanding the principles and practice of assessment
• H/601/5314 Assess occupational competence in the work environment
• F/601/5319 Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding
Method of Delivery
There will be four taught days - Thursday 3rd and Thursday 24th November with
further dates to be arranged in January and March. You will spend an additional 40 hours engaged in reflective learning, self-assessment, meeting with mentors, individual research and review, and around 20 hours engaged in assessment activity. You will also be given the opportunity to pair up with an experienced mentor who can advise and support you in developing your assessment practice.
What are the entry requirements?
You must be able to demonstrate your assessment practice in real situations. If you are not currently involved in assessment, you should be confident that you will have assessment opportunities by February 2012.
£565 (members of Learning South West
and/or Regional Youth Work Unit)
How To Enrol
For further information please contact
John Gibson on 01823 365650 or by at email
The Centre for Informal Learning
Learning South West, a long established educational charity, host to the South West Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training and the Regional Youth Work Unit, has established the Centre for Informal Learning (CfIL) to provide accredited qualifications as a natural extension of our services to the region. Our programmes will be run at cost and any surplus generated will contribute to Learning South West’s charitable activity and services to our members
Learning South West and the Regional Youth Work Unit have a strong and established reputation in providing professional development opportunities to the teaching and learning and youth sectors. CfIL draws on our established networks of experienced and qualified teachers, assessors and youth workers to provide expert trainers and assessors with direct links to current practice
We are able to tailor accredited learning programmes to meet the needs of our members and partners in the South West region. Our programmes are open to all who meet the entry requirements, and Learning South West members will benefit from reduced fees for our qualifications.
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