To become a qualified assessor, you’ll complete an accredited Assessor Course at an accredited learning institution, where a Certificate of Competence and Statement Of Results (SOR) will be issued afterwards. Following this, you can register with an ETQA and start practising as a constituent assessor.
How long does it take to complete the assessor course? Blended e-Learning option: 6 Weeks to complete self-study & 6 weeks to complete final assessment Phase.
To become a qualified assessor or moderator the candidate must first be trained on unit standard 115753 All assessors and moderators must first and foremost be qualified as such. To become a qualified assessor or moderator the candidate must first be trained on unit standard 115753 – Assess outcomes based assessment.
- Complete ETDP assessor and moderator training.
- Submit your CV and certificates to the SETA that is the custodian of the qualifications you wish to assess and moderate on (For example business administration is with SSETA, IT with MICTSETA etc.)
An Assessor is the person judging whether another person is competent and not yet competent within a certain field. The Assessor Skills Programme is a comprehensive SAQA unit standard-based course that covers best practice standards of assessing outcomes-based learning.