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Introduction To Assessment & Moderation Processes For Newly Recognised Centres

  • Date:   Wednesday 6 December 2023
  • Time:   09:30
  • Places remaining:   0
  • Event type:   Webinar

This training session is designed for people who are completely new to formal assessment and moderation and specifically have become an OCN London recognised centre within the past 6 months.

New Centre: Included in new centre recognition.

Existing Centre: £30.

Not open to those not currently recognised by OCN London

During this three and a half hour session you will:

  • Consider the purpose of assessment and the importance of effective assignment design in delivering the centre’s curriculum
  • Consider the purposes and benefits of internal and external moderation
  • Look at the roles of assessor, internal moderator and quality reviewer
  • Evaluate your own organisation’s needs in this respect
  • Learn how to record outcomes of assessment and internal moderation
  • Look at the touchpoints in terms of your organisation and OCN London and the reasons behind the formality of these.

This training session is delivered in a small group setting, meaning that it is easy to get direct feedback from our experienced tutor that is relevant to your centre and situation.

Additional information

  • Training is currently provided Online via Zoom
  • Cost is included in initial fees for delegates from OCN London Newly Recognised Centres, or £30 per delegate for existing centres (not suitable for non-member organisations).
  • This training is non-accredited but learners receive a certificate of attendance as evidence for Continuing Professional Development.

We can also offer this course as in-house training for your specific organisation. Please contact training@ocnlondon.org.uk to discuss your training needs.

Courses not gaining minimum numbers of delegates will be cancelled the week prior to the published session date.

Please note: This training is not suitable for Access to HE.

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