It was revealed yesterday that the former Independent Learning Provider, Bright Assessing have left learners, members of staff and other creditors £800k out of pocket. It’s estimated around 900 students and 50 members of staff are expected to get nothing, or just a fraction of what they’re owed by Bright.
Everyone who trained to become an NVQ Assessor with Bright ended up being de-certificated. And now, most won’t be getting even half of what they are owed by Bright. This just goes to show how important it is that you choose the right training provider for you when it comes to training to become an NVQ Assessor.
Brooks and Kirk have been delivering assessor training for over 20 years. We have seen the qualification change from the D32/D33 award to the A1 award all the way through to the latest assessor qualification (CAVA). There are few providers out there with more experience in delivering assessor training.
We have already helped several people who were affected by the bright scandal to retrain as assessors. Each of which went on to secure positions as NVQ assessors. So if you were affected by the Bright Assessing scandal, or if you are just looking into becoming an assessor for the first time, then please don’t hesitate in giving us a call.