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Moderator Course ETDP SETA 10465

ETDP SETA registered and accredited. Click here to confirm our accreditation. NQF Level 6, total of 10 Credits. US 115759, Minimum requirements by the SETA for registration. ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 The Moderation training course is aimed to accredited you as an individual to moderate assessments decisions for either a training provider or on behalf of the SETA. Invest in your future and attend our Train the Trainer training course also knows as Facilitator training course, assessor training course today. ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 Recognition: Based on the National Qualifications Framework that is Nationally Accepted in South Africa, Department of Labour and Microsoft Certified courses. Success rate of learner: Currently we have a very high success rate due to the “one-price-policy” that include additional support at no additional cost. ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 This unit standard is for people who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments. The assessments could be in terms of outcomes defined in a number of documents, including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications. This unit standard will contribute towards the achievement of a variety of qualifications particularly within the field of Education Training and Development Practices and Human Resource Development. ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 Each learner will receive a learner guide and workbook during the contact session that will assist them with the building of their POE (Portfolio of Evidence). Learner will receive full instruction from us before the course to assist with the preparation of the course. Where possible additional resources will be provided to learners who are not able to get there resources. ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 The credit calculation is based on the assumption that learners are already competent in the learning area in which they will provide training. (Have scope or experience to train in a specific field.) The unit standard range statement requires that individuals completed at least 6 assessments on their own before registering as Moderators. Basic communication skills (English = reading and writing skills on a NQF level 4 (Metric Level) ETDP SETA Moderator 115759 TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network

TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network 11593

TRAINYOUCAN Accredited Training Network is a Private Higher Education Institution registered with the DHET (Department of Higher Education and Training) and accredited through the ETDP SETA with level 4 BEE status. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network We provides both NQF accredited courses and customised learning solutions to organisations and individuals, looking to maximise their investment in developing themselves. Leaders in courses such as Train the Trainer also known as Facilitator, Assessor, Moderator and SDF Training Courses or Skills Development Facilitator Training, Project Management and Disciplinary Hearing courses. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network Our Members Forum consist of over 17800 discussions, templates, model answers and incentive course discounts for every single course offered by our network. That’s right! We have free resources and discussions on every single course offered to members who attended a course with us with life-time access and support. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network In order to ensure that the overall quality of learning and assessment in South Africa is maintained at a consistently high level, the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) requires that all corporate learning departments be accredited by the relevant ETQA. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network As part of our barest minimum standard and as can be attested by our previous and existing clients, are we fully compliant with all the requirements of the NQF act. We very clear in what we offer and do not get involved in any fraudulent or misleading advertising. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network VENUE HIRE DURBAN: We are not in the hospitality industry, but we do make our venue available to the public when not in use. Plenty of parking available, on TAXI route and not far from Durban CBD area, WIFI provided with a 4MB line, 2 white boards, flip-chart (markers provided, not flip chart paper but can be purchased at the venue) and standard tea/coffee included. Halaal bakery/deli within walking distance as well as a Mosque. Situated at the back of Avonmore SPAR with a range of freshly baked products, not to mention their range of hot meals. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network

Can a Moderator Assess or Train the same learners

Can a Moderator Train and Assess the Same Learners?

 

SAQA policy has often been interpreted as saying that a Moderator cannot facilitate and evaluate his own students’ assessments (be the “same person”). Others, however, would argue that the trainer is doing formative assessments in the classroom with the learner and is therefore doubling as an evaluator.

 

To resolve this puzzle, we looked at the definition of Formative and Summative assessments. OBET (Outcomes Based Education and Training) makes use of formative and summative assessments.

  • Formative assessment refers to assessment that takes place during the process of learning and teaching.
  • Summative assessment is assessment for making a judgment about achievement. This is carried out when a learner is ready to be

assessed at the end of a program of learning.

 

We then compared the two types of assessment process as below:

 

A formative assessment
• Is designed to support the teaching and learning process.
• Assists in planning further learning.
• Diagnoses the learner’s strength and weaknesses.
• Provides feedback to the learner on his/her progress.
• Helps measure a learner’s readiness to do a summative (or final) assessment.

  • Is developmental in nature.
    • Is not for the purpose of awarding credits/certificates.

 

A summative assessment

  • Usually occurs at the end of a learning program and would result in a qualification, unit standard, or part-qualification.
    • Is used to determine whether the learner is competent or not yet competent.
    • Usually occurs after a specified period of study, e.g. one year in knowledge- and inputs-based systems.
  • Is carried out when the assessor and the learner agree that the learner is ready for assessment

    In OBET, learner-readiness determines when assessments will take place. All formative activities/assessments completed in the class are presented to the Qualified Assessor who will assess these activities as part of his role and as part of the Assessment Process.

 

From the statements above the following is clear:
• Formative assessment is part of a preparation process, not an actual assessment process.
• You cannot award credits/competency certificates on formative assessments. It’s completed by a facilitator, not an assessor as required by the SAQA policy.
• Formative assessments are part of a process of preparation of the learner for assessment. The evaluator cannot use the facilitator’s comments as part of his assessment decision. They are a recommendation on the readiness of the learner before the assessment process start. The assessor will have to re-assess the formative activities and reach his or her own findings.
• Summative assessment is then the process where the qualified assessor looks at all the evidence (even the formative evidence provided by the trainer) and reaches his own decision.
• As per the SAQA POLICY, a SETA can add to any policy in order to meet additional ETQA requirements. So the only way this rule that a Trainer cannot be the Moderator can be applied is if a SETA mentions in its Moderation Policy that a Trainer cannot be the same person as the Moderator. No SETA can implement this rule if they do not officially include it in their policy.

 

Therefore, according to us, a Moderator and the Trainer can be the same person. It’s fair, valid, reliable and practicable because an independent person assesses the learner. The Moderator only confirms the assessment process was followed and the outcome was correct.

Responsibility of Learners

Responsibility of Learners

Work for the employer in order to gain workplace experience, but the work must be relevant to the specific qualification
Be available for and participate in all learning and work experience required by the learnership.
Comply with workplace policies and procedures.
Complete any timesheets or any written assessment tools supplied by the employer to record relevant workplace experience and
Attend all study periods and theoretical learning sessions with the training provider and undertake all learning conscientiously

Rights of Learners

Rights of Learners

To be educated and trained
To receive training in a suitable and accessible environment
Not to be discriminated against
To be treated in a dignified manner
To have access to the required resources
To receive training in terms of the learnership
To have his/her performance in training assessed and have access to the assessment results
To receive a certificate upon successful completion of the learnership
To raise grievances in writing with the SETA concerning any shortcomings in the training
To receive the full stipend without any deductions there from by the lead / host employer
To Full an accurate information on learning provision
to be represented if subjected to a disciplinary action