Sunday 5 April 2015

I'm not very good at reading or writing, can I still be an Assessor?


Assessing is NOT about producing perfect forms or writing wonderful essays.  Assessing is about helping someone to prove that they are competent and then persuading the rest of your team that you have made that judgement in accordance with the appropriate criteria.

You do need a basic level of literacy to be able to complete the required paperwork but we help many, many people to become Assessors even though they are dyslexic or just don't enjoy filling out paperwork.

"It's not Shakespeare" -  Simon 2010

Putting the T in TAQA

There was a time when ALL Trainers working for Government subsidised schemes were required to be qualified as Trainers which meant achievin...