Every Learner is Different (ELD) is all about showing anyone that is considering becoming an assessor, that there are no barriers with Brooks and Kirk. Whatever your area of expertise, age, location, employment status etc, we will have helped people similar to you before. ‘Similar’, but not the same, because every learner is different!
If you would like to be a part of our ELD campaign and share your story, then I’m only a phone call or email away 🙂
“I am a part-time secondary school Biology teacher and mother to 2 young boys. In my spare time I like to go to the gym and catch up with friends over a coffee.”
What was your reason for looking to retrain as an Assessor?
“The reason why I looked into retraining as an Assessor was because my 2 children are now in school and I had some free time. I also wanted to give myself the opportunity to maybe decrease my working hours as a teacher and become more self-sufficient and flexible in my working patterns.”
How did you find out about us?
“I found out about Brooks and Kirk from searching online and reading numerous reviews of lots of different training providers. Brooks and Kirk seemed to me to be the best at providing the necessary training and experience while being at a competitive price.”
What did you think of your Assessor training experience with Brooks and Kirk?
“The assessor training experience at Brooks and Kirk was superb. The communication from them was always very prompt and encouraging while providing me with useful improvements. It was made to feel like a very personal experience and I felt supported the whole way through.
Even after my completion of the course, people at Brooks and Kirk continued to give me their support and guidance, which I don’t think you would find at many places. This confirmed to me that I made the right decision carrying out my assessor qualification with them.”
What has changed since you completed your Assessor course and/or what are your intentions in the near future?
“Since my training I have secured 2 jobs as an End-Point Assessor for the standard of Teaching Assistant, and I have even written material for a new EPAO where I was employed as a material developer.”