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 [email protected]

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.

What's included?

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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