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On-Site Assessment and Training for All Construction NVQs and Experienced Worker Practical Assesors Route (EWPAR)

City College Plymouth

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Course Content Award: NVQ What's it all about?: Have you specific experience, extensive knowledge and sound practical skills in the construction sector? Then, why not become an onsite assessor for construction students and experienced workers studying for their National Vocational Qualifications? Our course will train you to develop plans for assessing competence with candidates, judge evidence against criteria to make assessment decisions and provide feedback and support to candidates on assessment decisions. Progression: Successful students may progress to management courses. Entry Requirements: In our experience in order to be successful on this level of course you will need one of the following: ? four GCSEs at grades D-F (including English and maths) ? a BTEC foundation diploma in a related subject ? an NVQ Level 1/technical certificate in a related subject ? successful completion of the Gateway/Newstart course ? successful completion of the E2E/Prince's Trust course ? equivalent qualifications or relevant work experience. Duration: Duration is variable Business Benefits: This programme is designed to enable busy, experienced tradespeople in the construction industry to gain recognised trade qualifications in the workplace without the need for long periods of study in a classroom. Course Overview When can I study?: Various days and times Are there any exams?: ? OSAT: Assessment of the qualifications will take place on site and by assessment of candidate portfolios. ? EWPAR: Assessment can be carried out at the college over a two day period. Course Facts Although we are not yet able to confirm dates or fees, applications for the next course are now welcome. Shortlist this course Case Studies right content

Course Content Award: NVQ What's it all about?: Have you specific experience, extensive knowledge and sound practical skills in the construction sector? Then, why not become an onsite assessor for construction students and experienced workers studying for their National Vocational Qualifications? Our course will train you to develop plans for assessing competence with candidates, judge evidence...

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