Touch the hearts of the nation
This course is designed to update participant’s Quality Assurance skills. During the two-day workshop the Moderators will model effective participatory training skills. The participants meet 8 hours a day including time for technical presentations, group discussion, and hands-on participation in small-group and individual activities and role-plays. At the end of the course the each participant will have simulated a specific moderation process. The role of a Moderator is to:
New or experienced moderators who have not had formal education in training *Facilitators, Trainers & Coaches · Skills Development Facilitators (SDF) · Lecturers and Teachers, Head of Departments, Supervisors, Managers amongst other quality assurers.
The credit calculation is based on the assumption that learners have previous assessment experience when starting to learn towards this unit standard, and in particular, recognition for the unit standard: 115753: “Conduct outcomes-based assessments”. It is further assumed that the person has evaluative expertise within the field in which they are moderating assessments.
Learners are required to participate fully in group and individual learning activities throughout the workshop. Learners are also encouraged to identify and express their specific learning needs and to contribute freely from their own experience. During the two day contact session, the facilitator also focus on change management and motivational aspects, as we’ve identified these issues as key areas of SAQA and implementing the NQF.
During the workshop, participants will be briefed on how to prepare and present a Portfolio of Evidence for assessment against Unit Standard 115759: Conduct moderation outcomes-based assessment.