Moderator Training

Moderator Training

Course Code SDP3 Unit Standard 115759 Course Title Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessments.

 

ETQA ETDPSETA Level   6 Credits 10
Duration 5 Days Delivery Method Notional Hours:- 4 Days Theory + 1 Day POE building assistance – 110 Hrs PoE Assignments
Cost

 

Per the Booking Form Includes Learner Workbooks, pens, practical’s, assessment, Certificate (on successful completion)
Intended for Target Audience:

This qualification is suitable to a variety of candidates from any industry that has completed their assessor qualification and is ready for more responsibilities within their NQF roles.

This qualification further develops candidates towards the higher responsibilities of a skill development practitioner.

Overview

Programme Outline:
This stand-alone unit standard enables a candidate to acquire direct practical skills to prepare and conduct

moderation of outcomes-based assessments within their field of expertise. The course is designed to prepare

candidates to effectively manage the moderation process within the workplace or any situation that calls for the verification of outcomes-based assessments and the skills development process. The programme includes the most updated information about the NQF process in South Africa and several links to keep abreast of the changes that occur in future.

The topics covered in the programme are:

· An in-depth study of SAQA, its main associated bodies, and the NQF.

· Preparing to conduct moderation on outcomes-based assessments.

· Working with assessors to ensure the most effective implementation of the outcomes-based system.

· Planning, preparing and recording details of moderations carried out for SETA verification visits.

· Reviewing the moderation system and the Quality Management System of an organisation.

Programme Structure:

The course is presented over 4 week days, Monday to Thursday. 4 days are dedicated to the theory component of the programme and the 5th day is for assistance in compiling the portfolio of evidence (P.o.E.)

· Assessments

Evidence for the final assessment of this programme is gathered in 2 ways. In the 1st part different key assessment scenarios are given to the candidate to moderate. A further theory component is covered by knowledge questions. All paperwork is supplied for the assessments, including a data CD with an electronic copy of the P.o.E. so it may be completed on computer and printed out if desired