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The Vocational Assessor Handbook

Including a Guide to the QCF Units for Assessment and Internal Quality Assurance (IQA)

Understand the fundamentals of the assessment and verification of vocational learning with this complete overview of the principles and practices involved.
Available to pre-order from 3rd February 2019
    Paperback£24.99
    Hardback£75.00
EAN: 9780749484743
Edition: 7
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
288 pages
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About the book

Indispensable for anyone involved in vocational education or apprenticeships, this fully revised and updated edition of The Vocational Assessor Handbook includes new guidance on end-point assessment of the new apprenticeship standards, and the latest information on regulations and qualifications. Containing the units and practical explanation for each stage of assessment and verification practice, it is the only comprehensive guide for assessors and verifiers of vocational qualifications.

Packed with up-to-date, detailed and reliable information, The Vocational Assessor Handbook (previously The NVQ Assessor, Verifier and Candidate Handbook) contains a detailed guide to the QCF units for assessment and internal quality assurance (verification). For UK assessors of QCF qualifications and NVQs, verifiers, teachers, providers of training and work-based learning, assessors of apprenticeships and those working towards PTLLS, CTLLS, DTLLS qualifications, this complete guide is essential for qualification and ongoing practice, enabling you to: understand the principles and practices of assessment; assess occupational competence in the work environment; assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding; understand the principles and practices of internally assuring the quality of assessment; plan, allocate and monitor work in your own area of responsibility.

About the authors

Ian Greer

Ian Greer has over 30 years experience in the field of Vocational Education and Training. He has been a lecturer, and senior manager in two of England's largest further education colleges, an External Verifier and Examiner for City & Guilds and Quality Advisor for the Learning + Skills council. Since 2008 Ian has been involved with international projects in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia supporting the development of TVET, Assessment of Learning and Quality Assurance, most recently delivering Vocational Teacher Training on a UNESCO funded project in Botswana and Zambia, and EU Projects on Quality Assurance for Vocational Schools in Central Europe.

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