Becoming an EUAA assessor
THIS MODULE IS NOT TRANSLATED. IT IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH ONLY.
Persons involved in assessing EUAA certified training modules and verifying grades
7h online learning
30m independent learning (essential readings)
1h assessment tasks
1.5 days including 1 hour of assessment tasks
Version 1 (2022)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
Any qualification at EQF Level 4 or equivalent
The aim of this module is to provide future assessors with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct fair and robust assessments in the context of EUAA training.
This module focuses on the various elements of assessments and verification. It is composed of learning activities and simulations that mirror parts of the assessor's tasks and complement the learning journey.
Grade and verify assessments of learning against marking criteria
Justify the grade awarded to learners with formative feedback
Identify the assessor’s role in ensuring the quality of assessments
This module is delivered online and is a mandatory part of the programme to become an EUAA-certified trainer. The module is also available as a face-to-face workshop of 1.5 days including a one-hour summative assessment.
The assessment strategy is divided into two parts. The first part is an open-book examination with multiple-choice questions and the second part is a practical assessment. Both parts directly assess the elements of the three learning outcomes.
This module is delivered, as a rule, together with BET under the name of: Becoming an EUAA Trainer and Assessor (BETA)