For quality assurance purposes, training providers need competent, qualified moderators to monitor and evaluate the assessment process and design at site level. The moderator will ensure that everything runs smoothly. During the accredited course you will simulate moderation of one learners portfolio, by completing a set of moderation forms. After the course you need to conduct moderation on two additional learner portfolios to prove that you can moderate.
Our Accredited Moderator Course is based on SAQA Unit Standard 115759 – “Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessment”. Successful students will be certified on NQF level 6 and awarded with 10 credits. The course takes place over 2 days, depending on the size of the group, during which we cover theoretical and practical work through a simulation in class.
Our courses are based on outcomes-based principles and we ensure that every student receives individual attention. We are based in Tzaneen Limpopo and also train in Cape Town Quarterly. We travel to other provinces for groups of 8 or more students.
All our courses are generic and accepted by all SETA’s and ETQA’s, so it doesn’t matter in which field you work, we cater for everybody.
After the contact session learners are expected to complete some activities on their own which includes a practical moderation process and some theoretical questionnaires. The course fee includes support after the course which can be given though another contact session or telephonically, which ever suits the student best.
CONDUCT MODERATION OF OUTCOMES-BASED ASSESSMENT: NQF 6, 10 CREDITS – SAQA ID NR. 115759
Duration: 2 days
Credit Price: R3,900.00
The purpose of this workshop is to address the requirements of Unit Standard “Conduct Moderation of Outcomes-based Assessment” ID nr. 115759, NQF level 6;
Demonstrate understanding of moderation within the context of an outcomes-based assessment system
Plan and prepare for moderation
Advise and support assessor
Report, record and administer moderation
Review moderation system and processes
Learners are required to participate fully in group and individual learning activities throughout the workshop. Learners are also encouraged to identify and express their specific learning needs and to contribute freely from their own experience. During the two day contact session, the facilitator also focus on change management and motivational aspects, as we’ve identified these issues as key areas of SAQA and implementing the NQF.
During the workshop, participants will be briefed on how to prepare and present a Portfolio of Evidence for assessment against Unit Standard 115759: Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessment.
As soon as a candidate is found to be competent, and once Ndzalama has received your endorsed Statement of Result from the ETDP SETA, we will issue the necessary certificate on NQF level 6. (10 credits). This certificate will be accepted by SAQA and the relevant ETQA should you wish to register as a moderator.
LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE
The credit calculation is based on the assumption that learners have previous assessment experience when starting to learn towards this unit standard, and in particular, recognition for the unit standard: 115753: “Conduct outcomes-based assessments”. It is further assumed that the person has evaluative expertise within the field in which they are moderating assessments.
WORKSHOP LEARNING OBJECTIVES
In preparing for assessment against Unit Standard, participants will learn how to:
• Demonstrate understanding of moderation within the context of an outcomes-based assessment system,
• Plan and prepare for moderation,
• Conduct moderation,
• Advise and support assessors,
• Report, record and administer moderation, and
• Review moderation systems and processes.