Moderator – Conduct Moderation of Outcomes Based Assessment (unit standard aligned) – NQF 6: 5 Day Workshop

The Webinar covers the following content:

• NQF Level : 6
• Unit Standard : 115759
• Credits : 10
• This unit standard is for people who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments
• Quality assuring the assessment process

About the Webinar

• This unit standard is for people who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments
• Quality assuring the assessment process

The presenter

Cobus Cato holds a bachelor’s degree in Education Training and Development from North West University (2011) and obtained his Honors degree in Education Training and Development from North West University in 2013. He is registered as a constituent assessor and moderator with a number of SETA’s and has been actively involved in training since 1985. Cobus is also a registered Member of the South African Board for People Practices, the Chartered Institute of Professional Practitioners & Trainers, and the Association for Skills Development in South Africa.

Who should attend?

Attendance is essential for all members who are new to the skills development reporting requirements for mandatory grants and who wish to ensure that they are at the forefront of effective implementation. This includes newly appointed skills development facilitators, human resource managers, training managers, managers, owners and managers of small and medium enterprises. The workshop will also be valuable to experienced managers who would like to brush up on their knowledge and get to grips with the system.

The workshop will cover

Course Outline
• Demonstrate understanding of moderation
• Prepare for moderation
• Conduct moderation
• Advise and Support Assessors
• Report, Record and Administer Moderation
• Review moderation process

Course Outline details (items addressed during training)
• Demonstrate understanding of moderation
• Moderation explained in terms of its contribution to quality assured assessment
• A variety of moderation methods described
• Key principles of assessment described
• Examples provided to show how moderation activities could verify the fairness and appropriateness of assessment methods

Prepare for moderation
• The scope of the moderation confirmed with relevant parties
• Planning of the extent of moderation and methods of moderation ensures manageability of the process
• The contexts of the assessments under review clarified
• Moderation methods and processes sufficient
• The documentation prepared
• Required physical and human resources ensured

Conduct moderation
• The moderation conducted in accordance with the moderation plan
• The assessment instruments and process checked and judged
• Moderation confirms special needs of candidates
• Appeals against assessment decisions
• The moderation decision consistent with the quality assurance body’s requirements

Advise and Support Assessors
• Support contributes towards further development of assessors
• All communications conducted in accordance with relevant confidentiality requirements

Report, Record and Administer Moderation
• Moderation findings reported to designated role-players
• Records maintained in accordance with organisational quality assurance and ETQA requirements.
• Confidentiality of information relating to candidates and assessors preserved

Review moderation process
• Strengths and weaknesses of moderation systems and processes identified
• Recommendations contribute towards the improvement of moderation
• The review enhances the credibility and integrity of the recognition system

Enquiries

Natalie Fourie | Sales Officer
Tel: 011 298 9424
Email: natalie@seifsa.co.za

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