Do you manage the internal quality assurance (IQA) of your apprenticeship provision? If so, the way you carry out your role is likely to change, especially if delivering apprenticeship standards with no mandated qualifications.

In many cases, delivering apprenticeship standards will require you to rethink how you utilise your IQA resource. Are your IQA activities solely focused on awarding body requirements? Are you able to monitor the apprentice’s learning and progress effectively (particularly where there are no qualifications)? Is your role helping trainers to prepare apprentices adequately for the gateway and end-point assessment?

On 1 March (12.30-1.30pm), we’ll be hosting a webinar, taking you through:

  • The key changes to the IQA role and the questions you should be asking
  • How to quality assure progress in the absence of qualifications
  • Practical examples of how IQA’s can contribute to preparing apprentices for end-point assessment
  • How you change and adapt your internal quality assurance processes so they are fit for purpose

The webinar will be insightful and action-focused, equipping you with the knowledge, tools and resources to prepare for your future role in apprenticeships.

You can book onto the webinar for £55 (+VAT). This includes the live 1-hr webinar (with Q&A), webinar recording, and supporting tools / resources.

Can’t make the date? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording and materials

Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is designed for those responsible for the internal quality assurance of their apprenticeship provision (or similar roles).

Date

26-02-2019

Venue

Webinar

Fees

AoC Member = £55 +VAT

Terms and Conditions
Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries: training@aoc-create.co.uk

0207 034 2640

Finance enquiries: finance@aoc.co.uk

0207 034 9900

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Programme

Speakers

Carole Loader

The webinar series will be facilitated by Louise Doyle and Carole Loader, Directors of quality assurance experts Mesma, and part of SDN’s specialist apprenticeship on-programme training team. Both have supported hundreds of apprenticeship staff to prepare for the reforms. SDN has worked with over 900 apprenticeship organisations and 3,000 staff to deliver the apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment, and are authors of the Future Apprenticeships toolkit.

Louise Doyle

Carole Loader

The webinar series will be facilitated by Louise Doyle and Carole Loader, Directors of quality assurance experts Mesma, and part of SDN’s specialist apprenticeship on-programme training team. Both have supported hundreds of apprenticeship staff to prepare for the reforms. SDN has worked with over 900 apprenticeship organisations and 3,000 staff to deliver the apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment, and are authors of the Future Apprenticeships toolkit.