This suite of qualifications are for anyone interested in becoming an internal quality assurer (IQA) or as previously known internal verifier (IV), is already in a quality role and requires a recognised IQA / IV qualification (in house or as part of a training provider), has D34/V1 and would like to upskill to the current version of the IQA / IV qualification or is leading a team of IQA’s / IV’s.

Qualifications Network Level 4 Award in Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (RQF)
Qualification Number:600/4655/7
Level:Level Four
Credits Required:6
Sector:13.1 Teaching and Lecturing
Minimum Credits to be achieved at or above the Level of the Qualification:6
Credit Value6

This is a knowledge based qualification and can be completed by anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the principles and practices of internal quality assurance without any requirement to practise. This can be completed as a stand-alone unit/qualification or as part of the larger IQA qualifications.

  • There is no requirement to carry out any practical based assessment for the completion of this qualification and you do not need access to any assessors.
  • There are no pre-requisites for this qualification, however you will need access to a PC and have access to the internet.

  • Support will be provided by a mixture of email, Skype and webinars.

  • Distance learning and face to face options are available for this qualification, however please contact Carl direct to discuss your requirements.

Qualifications Network Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of the Assessment Process (RQF)
Qualification Number:600/4652/1
Level:Level Four
Credits Required:12
Sector:13.1 Teaching and Lecturing
Minimum Credits to be achieved at or above the Level of the Qualification:12
Credit Value12

This qualification is for any IQA’s / IV’s who maintain and improve the quality of assessment from within an organisation or assessment centre.

This qualification contains two units:

  • Unit 1 – Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice
  • Unit 2  – Internally Assure the Quality of Assessment

Unit 1 is knowledge based and Unit 2 is practical based. You must be training/working as an IQA / IV, be occupationally competent in the subject you are verifying and must have access to at least two assessors, who have access to at least two learners each (4 learners in total).

  • You must be a qualified assessor, have the ability to complete documentation required for assessment electronically, have access to the internet, have the ability to send email and have access to a video camera to record yourself giving feedback to an assessor.
  • Support will be provided by a mixture of email, Skype and webinars.
  • Distance learning and face to face options are available for Unit 1 of this qualification, please contact Carl direct to discuss your requirements.
Qualifications Network Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of the Assessment Process (RQF)
Qualification Number:600/4654/5
Level:Level Four
Credits Required:17
Sector:13.1 Teaching and Lecturing
Minimum Credits to be achieved at or above the Level of the Qualification:17
Credit Value17

This qualification is for any IQA’s / IV’s who lead a team of internal quality assurance staff within an organisation or assessment centre.

This qualification contains three units:

  • Unit 1 – Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice
  • Unit 2  – Internally Assure the Quality of Assessment
  • Unit 3 – Plan, Allocate and Monitor Work in Own Area of Responsibility

Unit 1 is knowledge based and Unit 2 and 3 are practical based. You must be training/working as a Lead IQA / IV, be occupationally competent in the subject you are verifying and must have access to at least two assessors, who have access to at least two learners each (4 learners in total).

Any of the units listed can be taken as stand-alone units and certificated individually. This allows learners to build up units of credit to make a qualification over a period of time or learners may have already achieved part of the qualification and would like to apply for credit transfer (or more commonly known as APA – Accreditation of Prior Achievement).

  • You must be a qualified assessor, have the ability to complete documentation required for assessment electronically, have access to the internet, have the ability to send email and have access to a video camera to record yourself giving feedback to an assessor.
  • Support will be provided by a mixture of email, Skype and webinars.
  • Distance learning and face to face options are available for Unit 1 of this qualification, please contact Carl direct to discuss your requirements.