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NVQ Assessor FAQ
It can be difficult trying to find all the information you need when it comes to training to become an NVQ assessor. We are hoping that our NVQ assessor Frequently Asked Questions should answer most, if not all of the questions you have got.
Our Learners Feedback
It’s always good to hear a happy customer give praise to the business, but it can also be very useful to hear what they weren’t so happy with. At Brooks and Kirk, we are always happy to hear what our learners have to say about their assessor course.
24+ Loan Walkthrough
We have made a walk-through video which will take you through the entire 24+ loan application, starting from receiving the email with your Learning and Funding Information Letter all the way through to finalising your loan application online.
What’s the next step after completing your NVQ Assessor Course? For those who want to add more to their CV after training to be an assessor, there is the Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice.
CAVA, D Units, A1, TAQA?
With so many different websites talking about assessor training it can often get very confusing as to what course is the right one for you. So to help you understand all of the terms that are used for assessor training, we have explained them all here.
Funding Your Course
Once you have decided how you are looking to fund your course, it’s only matter of days, or even potentially hours, until you can get started. Find out more about completely covering the cost of your course with a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan.