Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) – (TAQA) A1 Assessors Award

Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) – (TAQA) A1 Assessors Award

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Overview

This qualification is the most comprehensive assessing qualification, in fact, the only assessors’ award that will make you a fully Qualified Assessor.

The Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) – (TAQA) A1 Assessors Award course is accredited by TQUK, the fastest growing Awarding Organisation across the UK. TQUK is an established Ofqual-regulated Awarding Organisation which assures your qualification is professional and recognised.

This qualification is ideal for professionals wanting to start a career as a qualified assessor, either working for a college, training provider or working as a freelancer. As a qualified assessor, you will be able to assess learners in colleges and in the workplace. This accredited qualification is a knowledge-based qualification, designed for individuals who want to learn adequate assessing competence in the work environment, and understand the practices and principles of assessment in an easy to grasp manner. The course is suitable for anyone who is responsible for assessing progress in their work environment.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to successfully observe and assess candidates in their workplace and start your career as a Qualified Assessor by working for a college, training provider or as a freelancer.


Benefits you will gain:

  • High-quality e-learning study materials.
  • Step-by-step guideline.
  • 24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
  • Recognised Accredited Qualification.
  • Study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform.
  • Excellent customer support.

Qualification

TQUK Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (RQF)

 


Description

In this course, there are 3 mandatory units. These are;

  • Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
  • Assessing Occupational Competence in the Work Environment
  • Assessing Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding.

The award is designed to develop the students’ ability to:

  • Understand the key role and responsibilities of an assessor
  • Successfully observe and assess candidates in the workplace or training environment
  • Plan, allocate and inspect work in their individual area of responsibility
  • Collect and assess evidence of competence
  • Successfully carry out all assessment activities, make decisions and provide thorough feedback
  • Assess vocational competencies in a variety of qualifications
  • Gain the skills and knowledge to assess vocational and training abilities using a range of assessment methods
  • Understand the key principles and processes of assessment strategies
  • Become successful in their chosen field as well as in their chosen career path
  • Monitor and maintain records, analyse deficiencies, and lead corrective action efforts

Qualification Purpose

These qualifications provide learners with the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and understanding to enable them to perform the role of an assessor.

This qualification is intended for those who assess both occupational competence in the work environment and vocational skills, knowledge and understanding in a workshop, classroom or other training environment other than assessing competence in a work environment. There must be evidence to cover all of the assessment methods listed in the units.


Who is this course for?

This Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) qualification is best suited to professionals who want to assess occupational competence in the workplace, as well as vocational skills, knowledge and excellence in the classroom, workshop or other training environments.

This Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) qualification is also suitable for anyone looking to work in the Education and Training sector as an assessor. On successful course completion, your expertise and qualifications will help to enhance your suitability for specific assessing roles.


Entry Requirements

  • There are no specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.
  • The qualifications are suitable for learners of 18 years of age and above.

Progression

Successful learners can progress through the suite of qualifications included in this specification and further to other qualifications such as the TQUK Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (RQF).


Total Qualification Time

This is an estimate of the total length of time it is expected that a learner will typically take to achieve and demonstrate the level of attainment necessary for the award of the qualification i.e. to achieve all learning outcomes.

Total Qualification Time is comprised of GLH and an estimate of the number of hours a learner is likely to spend in preparation, study or any other learning including assessment, which takes place as directed by, but not under the supervision of a lecturer, supervisor or tutor. The credit value, where given, for a qualification is determined by TQT, as one credit corresponds to 10 hours of learning.

Total Qualification Time for this qualification is 150 hours.

Guided Learning Hours

These hours are made up of all real time contact time, guidance or supervision of a learner by a lecturer, supervisor, tutor, trainer or other appropriate provider of education or training.

GLH for this qualification is 84 hours.


Method of Assessment:

  • Unit One: In Unit 1, you need to submit a variety of writing tasks Assignments.
  • Unit Two: In Unit 2, Assessment needs to be taken in a workplace, basically evaluating learners’ work, Professional discussions with audio-video evidence.
  • Unit Three: In Unit 3, you need to be evaluated through your delivered work items and audio-video evidence after you assess learners in a training environment.
  • Video Assessment: Including observation, questioning/professional discussion, and inspection of supporting work product evidence needs to be planned to 15-30 mins.

Detailed Assessment Guidelines are given in “Guidance for Achieving the Unit” section of your learning portal.

Assessment activities are the fulfilment of a few short assignments. You are expected to show evidence of general reading and add references to your work.

All assignments should be submitted via the online portal.

Please note: You are required to pay an additional fee of £349 for the assessment and formal certification at the time of submitting the assignments.


Career path

This Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) course will empower you to assess vocational competencies in a broad range of qualifications, such as:

  • Technical Certificates
  • Apprenticeships
  • Functional Skills
  • Awards
  • Certificates
  • Diplomas

Course Curriculum

Getting Started
Getting Started – (CAVA) 00:00:00
Application Form
Application Form (CAVA) 00:00:00
Self-Assessment Grid
Unit One: Understanding The Principles And Practices Of Assessment – Self-Assessment Grid 00:00:00
Unit Two: Assess Occupational Competence In The Work Environment – Self-Assessment Grid 00:00:00
Unit Three: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge And Understanding – Self-Assessment Grid 00:00:00
Guidance For Achieving The Unit
Unit One: Understanding The Principles And Practices Of Assessment – Guidance For Achieving The Unit 00:35:00
Unit Two: Assess Occupational Competence In The Work Environment – Guidance For Achieving The Unit 00:20:00
Unit Three: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge And Understanding – Guidance For Achieving The Unit 00:20:00
Assessment Plan
Unit One: Understanding The Principles And Practices Of Assessment – Assessment Plan 00:00:00
Unit Two: Assess Occupational Competence In The Work Environment – Assessment Plan 00:00:00
Unit Three: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge And Understanding – Assessment Plan 00:00:00
Information Leaflets
An introduction to the three Assessor Units 00:15:00
Key Concepts and Principles of Assessment 00:20:00
Planning Assessment 00:20:00
Assessment Types 00:15:00
Assessment Methods 00:15:00
Involving learners and Others in the Assessment Process 00:20:00
Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback 00:20:00
Assessment Records 00:10:00
Standardising Assessment Practice 00:10:00
Evaluating Assessment Practice, and Continuing Professional Development 00:15:00
Observation Checklist - For Assessors of The Assessment Units
Observation and Question Checklist for Assessment Unit Two: Assess Occupational Competence in The Work Environment 00:00:00
Observation and Question Checklist for Assessment Unit Three: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding 00:00:00
Handouts
Assessor Roles and Responsibilities 00:05:00
Table of Assessment Types 00:10:00
Table of Assessment Methods & Activities: Strengths and Limitations 00:40:00
Table of Peer and Self-assessment: Advantages and Limitations 00:05:00
Table of Objectives 00:05:00
Table of Example Assessment Requirements 00:05:00
Table of Example Assessment Records 00:05:00
Equality and Diversity, and The Equality Act 2010 00:10:00
Equality and Diversity – Glossary of Terms 00:15:00
Table of Resources Which Could be Used for Teaching, Learning and Assessment 00:05:00
List of Technologies Which Could be Used for Teaching, Learning and Assessment 00:05:00
Table of Potential Learner Needs and Points of Referral 00:05:00
Using Questions 00:10:00
Minimising Risks 00:10:00
Key Feedback Words for Use During Feedback 00:05:00
Templates and Completed Examples
Templates – A Full Set of Assessment Records 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Full Set Of Assessment Records 00:15:00
Template – Standardisation Record for Assessed Work 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Standardisation Record For Assessed Work 00:05:00
Template – Personal Development Plan 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Personal Development Plan 00:05:00
Template – Continuing Professional Development Record 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Continuing Professional Development Record 00:05:00
Template – Reflective Learning Journal 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Reflective Learning Journal 00:05:00
Checklists
Checklist for Advancing Equality and Diversity 00:10:00
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
An introduction To The Three Assessor Units 00:45:00
Key Concepts and Principles of Assessment 01:00:00
Planning Assessment 01:00:00
Assessment Types 01:00:00
Assessment Methods 01:00:00
Involving Learners and Others In The Assessment Process 01:05:00
Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback 01:15:00
Assessment Records 01:00:00
Standardising Assessment Practice 00:40:00
Evaluating Assessment Practice, and Continuing Professional Development 00:50:00
Assessment
Assessment – Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) (RQF) – (TAQA) A1 Assessors Award 5 days, 13 hours
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Submit Your Assignments (CAVA) 00:00:00
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