V Cert Assessor and Internal Quality Assurance training events
We have a series of Assessor and Internal Quality Assurance training events coming up which are specific to our V Cert qualifications in 2018-2019 which we thought you would be interested in. There are available in Newcastle, London, Birmingham and Manchester, throughout the Autumn and Spring.
Places are limited – please book early to avoid disappointment.
You can find the event dates on our website. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This training is a great opportunity to meet with assessment and internal quality assurance (IQA) professionals and like-minded practitioners and you will learn how to apply the principles of assessment and IQA to our V Cert qualifications.
What does the training cover?
This training event will provide you with an opportunity to:
- explore the general principles of the quality assurance process and how it applies to the V Cert delivery model
- understand what we expect from you in these roles
- get to know our paperwork and processes
- review current practices and develop ideas for improvement
- meet and network with other Quality Assurance practitioners delivering V Certs
This training is suitable for anyone involved in the assessment or IQA of our V Cert qualifications, whether you’re: new it; applying the principles to V Certs for the first time; or even if you’re an experienced assessor or IQA and require CPD.
Please note: This training is not qualification specific. If you require training for a specific qualification or subject area we can accommodate your needs with our Bespoke Training Service.
Who is my trainer?
Our trainers are all experienced professionals, who have a proven track record of delivering training and providing quality assurance expertise.
You can read profiles of all our trainers here.
The fee for the full day training event is £175 per person which includes, event packs and resources, certificate of attendance, refreshments throughout the day and lunch.
Please be aware that places are limited and sell out quickly.
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