If you are looking to become an assessor in the education industry, then have you considered going on a TAQA / CAVA course?
When delivering the TAQA and CAVA course, RM Training will either run the course in your workplace or if we have quite a few people applying for this course, we may deliver it at our training centre. Meanwhile, the course is accredited by City and Guilds.
Benefits of doing a TAQA/CAVA course
Not only will your skills and knowledge develop from completing this qualification, but you will also receive support while becoming a qualified assessor.
TAQA/CAVA course structure
During the TAQA and CAVA course, the candidate will attend a workshop session, after which they will receive onsite learning. During this time our assessors will deliver information on all course modules, along with collecting evidence on their learner during an assessment on guided activities. After, an observation of assessment practice will then be required to complete the course.
You will also need to create a portfolio during the course and have a recorded professional discussion.
What will the TAQA/CAVA course cover?
- The structure of the QCF Qualifications
- The assessment centre
- How the assessment process is structured
- Ensuring the competence of an assessor
- What types and sources of evidence are available
- Accreditation of prior learning
- Candidates with special requirements
- How to deal with learners with appeals
- Planning of assessments
- Collecting of evidence
- Recording of evidence
- Providing reliable feedback
- Quality assurance
- Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement
- Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment
- Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement