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Thinking about stepping into the world of vocational training? As an assessor, you play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between education and the real-world. 

This guide explores everything you need to know about assessing vocational-related achievement. From understanding the core of vocational assessments to exploring the benefits of choosing CTC, we’ll cover everything you need to know.
Guide to assessing vocational related achievement

What is Meant by Assessing Vocational-Related Achievement?

Assessing vocational-related achievement involves evaluating the practical skills and competencies learners acquire through vocational education. It’s about ensuring that students not only grasp theoretical knowledge but also apply it effectively in real-world scenarios. 

What Course Allows You to Do This? 

CTC Training offers the Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (RQF), designed for those looking to assess vocational competencies in a wide range of settings.

What Is Involved as Part of This Course? 

The Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement is a course designed to equip educators and professionals with the essential skills and knowledge required for assessing vocational achievement. This covers methodologies, principles of assessment and feedback techniques to support learner progress.

The course features two units:

  • UNIT NO 1: Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment

This unit provides foundational knowledge about the principles and practices involved in assessment, essential for anyone involved in the assessment process.

  • UNIT NO 2: Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding

This unit is about assessing vocational skills and knowledge in environments other than the workplace, such as workshops or classrooms.

What Does This Qualification Allow You to Do?

With the Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement, you’re stepping into a role that opens up several career paths, including:

  • Vocational Education Teacher
  • Workplace Training Assessor
  • Skills Development Facilitator
  • Quality Assurance Coordinator

This qualification sets the stage for a fulfilling career in educational assessment.

How Long Will It Take to Complete? 

The course takes approximately 90 hours to complete but can be spread over a year.

Why Choose CTC for This Course? 

With CTC Training, you can complete your course on your own schedule. We offer flexible learning opportunities so that you can undertake the course at a pace that suits you. Plus, we offer experienced tutors, who are available for help and support throughout your course.

In short, Choosing CTC ensures access to quality resources, personalised support and a learning experience tailored to your schedule.

To learn more about how you can enhance your skills in assessing vocational achievement, visit our course page and enrol today. 


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