Fishing. Spa days. Baking. Duvet days. A night down the pub.
These are all things that can be hard to fit into your schedule when you’re working 40+ hours a week. It’s not surprising that there’s no end of people looking for ways to cut down their working hours to make more time for the things they love. The work-life balance crisis is real.
Fortunately, for those of us who work in a vocational sector, there is at least one solution. By becoming a qualified assessor, you have the option to cut down your hours or even go freelance for a career that fits around your lifestyle. A new career that can make more time for you.
How does becoming a qualified Assessor cut down on my working hours?
By taking a CAVA course and becoming a fully qualified assessor, you can reduce your working hours in two ways.
- Earn a higher salary – take home the same pay while working fewer hours. Fully-qualified assessors can earn anywhere between £25-£35k a year!
- Go freelance – many qualified assessors create their own businesses or go self-employed. When you take the reigns, you can choose which jobs to take, which hours to work, and how much you charge!
Are you looking for a new career with fewer hours?
Then perhaps becoming an NVQ Assessor is right for you. Whether you’re slowing down before retirement or simply trying to build a career that brings in a decent income around other commitments, taking a CAVA course to become a qualified assessor gives you more control of your schedule. There are many flexible working options for NVQ Assessors.
Brooks and Kirk can help
At Brooks and Kirk, we are a training provider with over 20 years’ experience in assessment. We offer the full CAVA course and examination to make you a fully qualified assessor.
If you have questions about the course cost, schedule, or the eligibility criteria, you can find many answers on our CAVA course page.
Alternatively, contact us today to speak to an expert advisor.