AVRA Assessor Course
Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocational Related Achievement
The Level 3 AVRA Assessor course qualifies you to assess learner’s vocational knowledge in learning environments. Upon completion of the AVRA assessor course, you will be able to assess learners in your industry on their vocational skills and knowledge, in places such as colleges. You will need the full CAVA qualification if you want to assess learners in the workplace too.
Assessor Course Description
Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocational Related Achievement
What is the Assessor Course About?
The Level 3 AVRA assessor qualification is the ideal choice for those seeking to become vocational assessors in a learning environment, in their area of expertise. With this certification in hand, you will have the necessary credentials to carry out classroom assessments confidently and accurately, ensuring that learners meet the required standards set by industry regulations and standards bodies.
This assessor course is an industry standard qualification. Whether you’re looking to become an Electrical Engineering Assessor; Early Years Assessor; Business Admin Assessor, or any other vocational assessor, the assessor qualification you need is the same.
If you are looking to become a fully qualified assessor and assess in both the classroom and the workplace, then you will need the CAVA assessor course.
How Does the Assessor Training Course Work?
What Will I Get From My Assessor Training?
Our assessor training course offers a well-structured and in-depth curriculum designed to enhance your understanding of assessment principles, methods, and techniques. Throughout the course, you will explore various assessment strategies, learn how to adapt your approach to different learners, and develop your communication and observation skills. This comprehensive assessor training ensures that you are well-prepared to handle the diverse challenges that may arise during the assessment process.
By enrolling on our assessor training course, you gain access to experienced trainers who will guide you through the course material and provide valuable insights based on their extensive industry knowledge. They will support you in developing a deep understanding of assessment practices, ensuring that you can confidently apply your skills in real-world scenarios.
Invest in You
Investing in assessor training is an investment in your professional growth and career advancement. The Level 3 AVRA assessor qualification is nationally recognised and respected within the industry, making it a valuable asset for individuals seeking employment as assessors or looking to progress in their current roles.
Assessor Course Enrolment Options
One-off upfront cost of £475.
Based on a £50 registration deposit. £43.75 per month spread across 12 months. Total cost of the course is £525.
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Detailed Breakdown of the AVRA Assessor Course
The entire assessor training course typically takes around 3-4 months to complete, assuming a study commitment of a few hours per week. Throughout this duration, learners engage with the VLE, attend a study day, collaborate with fellow trainees, and receive ongoing support from tutors.
The course structure aims to provide a well-rounded learning experience that balances theoretical knowledge with practical application, preparing individuals to become competent and confident assessors.
Unit 1 – Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
The first unit in the assessor training course focuses on developing a strong theoretical foundation. It covers the fundamental principles and practices of assessment, emphasising the role and responsibilities of an assessor. This unit is completed through a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) provided by Brooks and Kirk, the training provider. The VLE offers a variety of educational resources, such as videos and learning materials, to support learners in their assignments. Additionally, learners have access to unlimited tutor support, ensuring they receive guidance and assistance throughout the unit.
Unit 3 – Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding
This unit of the assessor training course focuses on assessing learners’ vocational skills, knowledge, and understanding within a learning environment. Part of this unit is completed during the face-to-face study day, where trainee assessors work together with their peers and tutor. The remaining assignments associated with Unit 3 are subsequently completed on the VLE, ensuring a blended learning approach that combines practical experience with theoretical understanding.
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