|Course Title||TAQA - Training Assessment & Quality Assurance - Level 3 Award in Assessing|
About the programme
The Level 3 provides a pathway for delegates to understand assessment and, if required, qualify as an assessor. Delegates who wish to achieve these units could be assessing competence or non-competence based learning, knowledge or skills. They will select the units and qualifications that meet the requirements of what they are assessing.
One of the units achieved for PTLLS was the Principles of Assessment which could be credited against the mandatory TAQA unit. Delegates will need to complete a small piece of work to fill the gaps for the first unit and complete the second practical unit.
Delegates will only be required to attend one evening session to complete unit 1 of the TAQA qualification. The TAQA qualification will be at a discounted price. Professional Diploma in Education (PDE) Graduates can also get accreditation of prior achievement (APA) for the first unit of the assessor award providing they have evidence of first year modules achievement. Please contact Business Solutions at for further information. The awarding body for all TAQA courses is City & Guilds.
Who is it aimed at?
The course is aimed at anyone who wishes to become an assessor in their own vocational area or people who manage assessors and would like a more in-depth view of the roles and responsibilities of the assessment team.
There are three awards and certificate available at Level 3:-
You would need to hold a minimum of a Level 3 qualification in whichever vocational area you wish to assess and have evidence of maintaining your occupational competence. As this is a Level 3 qualification there is also a requirement for a good level of literacy, preferably GCSE English or Level 2 Functional Skills.
City and Guilds
|Please enquire||Tuesday||17.45-20.45||£399||1 Session for 5 weeks||False||Bury Town Centre|
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