During the initial assessment, the assessor must introduce themselves to the learner and ensure that they understand what the course is.
The assessor must explain all the units to the learner ad support them in choosing the most suitable units.
The assessor and the candidate must then decide on an assessment plan. This will include setting dates and times to meet with the learner, as well as agreeing on the best assessment methods to use. For example, the assessor may use observation, question the learner or examine their work.
Once the learner has submitted an assignment or evidence, the assessor must review it to ensure that the learner has done what was asked of …show more content…
This way, not only will the learner have no surprises, it will also ensure that the assessment is fair.
It is essential that the learner is informed of and understands the assessment requirements before they are assessed.
The assessor should go through the course with the learner. During the induction, the assessor will inform the learner of everyone who is involved in the assessment, explain the appeals procedure and discuss the units of the course. The learner can then choose the most suitable units for them to be assessed on.
Once the assessor and learner have put a plan in place, the assessor must carry out the assessment. There are several methods of assessment that can be used. These methods include looking at the learner’s written statements, observing the learners performance in a work environment and by asking the learners questions. The assessor may also gain statements from a third party, such as from a colleague who has witnessed that the learner is competent in their work and they may looking at the work that the learner have produced, such as letters, invoices etc. the leaner may also produce proof of prior learner, for example certificates from previous training.
Once the learner presents the assessor with their assignment or evidence, the assessor must review it, give the learner feedback