It is a proven fact that assessment is an integral part of any learning process, in not only evaluating performance at the end, but also to gauge how the learning improves through various processes. Assessment, therefore, is not only of learning but for learning and that’s what ELN will instill in you.
Examinations and assessments are an integral part of education which determines the destiny of students and learning for their life career. However, there is a lot more to assessments than just changing the textbook sentences to fill-in-the-blanks! This qualification is especially important if you want to be able to design and conduct assessments for students of International Baccalaureate (IB).
- Do you use different assessment methods like observation, tests, quizzes, interviews and professional discussions to assess your learners?
- Are you responsible for drafting, supervising, evaluating or reporting on assessments in your institution?
- Do you want to gain specialist knowledge of the types, methodology and resources of Assessment?
If you said YES to any of the above then enroll with us online to become a qualified assessor with ELN!
What you get with the ELN Online Assessor Qualifications:
Our training programs are online, flexible and interactive!
Multi-device – No matter where you are, you can log in from any device and continue from where you left off in your last session.... Simple press & play - no need to spend time learning how to use a new system.
Our training program also provides social interactions and peer support - Join groups with fellow students, compare and deliver feedback on each other's assignments, chat, call or video call from within our reliable, private, e-learning platform! No need to share your personal phone number or Skype details!
Courses at ELN are Transparent & Organized - discover, interact, and submit assignments, print unit brochures - all in one place. No more hassle on phone calls!
All Our Courses Are Accredited And Internationally Recognised from Pearson and Laser Learning.
Choose Option 1 if you want to gain a theoretical understanding of Assessment principles and practices.
Choose Option 2 if you assess learners in the classroom and want to gain the full Award to become a qualified Assessment Practitioner.
The Level 3 Awards and Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement are available for all candidates who fulfill the following criteria set by the Awarding Organisations:
Age range: 19+
Core skills: (English, Maths) At least to A Levels standard.
Access to Internet using a laptop / pc / tablet using up to date Windows, Android or Apple operating systems.
Access to two learners doing two assignments each (we can make arrangements for candidates who do not have learners of their own.)
Doing our Assessor course will help you understand the important factors of effective assessment. This means that you will understand the main concepts, what your responsibilities will be and the international awarding body requirements relating to assessments. You will learn the types of Assessment and various different methodologies. You will learn about Peer and Self Assessment as well as Holistic Assessment. You will learn how to involve and engage your learners in your assessments as well as how to maintain and communicate the records of your assessments with others.
After doing this course you will be able to prepare assessments of skills, knowledge and understanding, carry out these assessments, and provide required information and feedback following the assessment of skills, knowledge and understanding. In addition, you learn the importance of your own Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to ensure current expertise and competence in such assessments.
Unit: Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
Assessed by short theory assignments x 7
Assignments can be presented in the format of tables,
Work documents can be used instead of theory assignments e.g. assessment reports, policies, procedures, assessment records etc
Unit: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding
Work documents including:
2 x initial assessment paperwork, 4 x assessment plans using a different assessment method each, assessment records.
Wherever possible we will work with you to fulfill the assessment criteria using your existing work evidence.