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CONDUCT MODERATION OF OUTCOMES BASED ASSESSMENT

Course Code:                BBT/03/2013/SWM

Training Provider:          BBT Institute (Bull’s Business and Skills Training Institute)

Accrediting body:         ETDP SETA

Accreditation NO:        ETPD10527

 

February
March
April
Pretoria
11 - 13
18 - 20
20 - 22
Capetown
 
Durban
 

 

 

This unit standard is for people who moderate or intend to moderate assessments against unit standards and/or qualifications.
This workshop is based on the SAQA-registered unit standard 115759 - Moderate Assessment on NQF Level 6 with 10 credits.

 

WORKSHOP LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 

In preparing for assessment against Unit Standard 115759 participants will learn how to formulate quality management policies and procedures for assessment, assessment appeal, internal moderation, and RPL for implementation in their organizations, or audit existing quality management policies and procedures for assessment, assessment appeal, internal moderation, and RPL.

 

The moderator will also learn to:

• Design and develop moderation techniques and systems
• Plan and prepare for moderation
• Conduct moderation
• Advise and support assessors and assessment agencies.
• Report, record and administer moderation

• Review the moderation systems and processes with a view to sharing information that will ensure assessment quality improvement.

 

During the workshop, learning activities and materials will address the following:

• Revisiting the education and training system and processes
• Understanding quality assurance of assessment
• Assuring assessment good practices
• Assessment relationships
• The internal moderator
• The external moderator
• Feed-back on unit standards
• Accreditation of providers
• Ethics and values within assessment systems.


WORKSHOP METHODOLOGY

Learners are required to participate fully in group and individual learning activities during the workshop. Furthermore, learners are encouraged at all times to identify and express their specific learning needs and contribute to the knowledge base of the group from their unique experience.

 

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

BBT INSTITUTE Training can assist learners who need recognition of prior learning as moderators, to hand in evidence of this prior learning for assessment and certification.

 

ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT

During the workshop participants will be briefed on how to prepare and submit a moderation evidence portfolio for assessment against unit standard Moderate Assessment. This entails doing at least moderation of one assessment.

As soon as a candidate moderator is found to be competent, and once endorsement has been received from ETDP SETA, we will issue the necessary certificate. This certificate will be accepted by the relevant ETQA should you need to register as a moderator. BBT INSTITUTE Training is available to assess moderators within the workplace in recognition of prior learning processes.

 

ROLE OF THE MODERATOR

Moderation maintains the quality and credibility of assessment of all unit standards and qualifications within the NQF system.
The moderator's role is to ensure that the assessment process is fair, valid, reliable and practicable. A moderator is therefore responsible for moderating and supporting assessors, as well as setting up and managing an assessment and moderation system (through policies and procedures).
BBT INSTITUTE Training assists organizations in drawing up their policies and procedures for assessment, assessment appeals, moderation and recognition of prior learning (RPL).

 

WHO IS A REGISTERED MODERATOR?

A registered moderator is someone who is competent against the unit standard ASSMT02 Moderate Assessments, and meets the relevant ETQA moderator registration requirements with regard to their qualification and/or experience within a specific field of learning and/or work. Not all ETQAs register moderators.

 

WHO SHOULD BE TRAINED AS A MODERATOR?

The following people need to be trained as a moderator:
 Anyone who needs to become a registered moderator.

 A line manager or HRD practitioner who needs to monitor assessments in the workplace.
 Anyone who needs to achieve an NQF-registered ETDP or HR-related qualification that requires competence in the unit standard 115759 Moderate Assessment.

 

 

COST PER DELEGATE

 

Duration of Course 2 consecutive days
Combo Unit Standards 115759 - Moderate Assessment
Cost of Entire Course R 2500 per candidate (inc VAT)
Workplace Assessments Included in 2 days of training