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RQF LEVEL 4 AWARD IN UNDERSTANDING THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT PROCESSES AND PRACTICES (IQA)

This course is approved by TQUK


Description

This course is approved by TQUK and has been designed for those who want to work as EQA for an awarding organisation (AO) or within external quality assurance within any industry. An EQA for an AO monitor the quality of assessments delivered by training centres ensuring the qualifications are delivered in line with the regulatory requirements, as an EQA you will also provide centres with guidance and support and current industry expertise. The role of an EQA is both a challenging and rewarding experience. Before you take this course you will need to identify which in which industry your expertise is, for example: generic (Management, business and customer service courses), Health & Social care, Beauty, Childcare, etc… You are allowed to have more than one industry. If you monitor and maintain or would like to maintain the quality of assessment from outside an organisation, this course is for you. (Please note that we only charge for awarding body certificate upon completion. Therefore when you complete you will have a fee of £30 to pay for your certificate.)

Entry Requirements

  • Be competent in your field, the subject you want to IQA
  • Level 2 written and spoken English (Equivalent to GCSE A-C)
  • IT literate (Internet, Microsoft office)
  • Able to understand and interpret course materials
  • Self-motivated and willing to complete and achieve
  • Have access to two Assessors you can IQA
  • Have a qualified Assessor or IQA who can provide an expert witness of how you carry out IQA activities

Course Delivery

  • Online course delivery through clear workbook provided to support with the knowledge
  • Online forum where you can share ideas with peers and Tutors and ask questions
  • Online tutorial sessions facilitated by experts in the field
  • Clear assessment plans with step by step guide on what to do

Assessment Method

  • Written assignments to complete
  • Evidence of assessing two people
  • Direct observation