The FDQ Assessor qualification has become an integral part of our business strategy, it has exceeded my expectations.
Bryan Hurst, Training Manager
Those who are working as workplace trainers, or as assessors and internal quality assurers whether in a college, training provider or food business are strongly advised to achieve these qualifications within their role.
Please be aware that in order to provide some FDQ qualifications we may require achievement of these assessor and IQA awards. On the other hand some other FDQ qualifications recommend the achievement of these assessor and IQA awards as part of the CPD requirements set out in relevant qualification handbooks.
This training, assessment and IQA suite includes qualifications which are designed to: qualify assessors and internal quality assurers in assessment and IQA practice; and to develop and recognise achievement of workplace trainers.
Assessors and IQAs
The level 3 and 4 assessment and IQA qualifications were developed by Lifelong Learning UK to cover assessment and quality assurance of assessment. They mapped to the Learning and Development National Occupational Standards, and supercede the A1 and V1 qualifications.
This level 3 qualification in workplace training is designed for learners who are working in or preparing to work in workplace training roles. It is designed to develop skills and recognise achievement in the provision of workplace training. The qualification does not confirm or infer learner competence to apply training skills, knowledge and understanding in the workplace. The qualification comprises a mandatory unit in the understanding of workplace training provision, and optional units where learners can qualify in relevant areas.
These are particularly popular with employers as training and assessment can be carried out largely within the workplace. This means qualifications can be undertaken during the working day and require minimal time off the job.
The qualifications and associated training can be tailored to be relevant to an individual’s daily work and business procedures, to ensure maximum benefit is derived by both the learner and their business.
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