Assesor Training

This qualification builds knowledge and skills to assess learners/candidates who work and are learning Diploma (QCF) qualifications.

Applications are welcome throughout the year.

Entry Requirements
No formal qualifications are required. 

1 to 2 months.

Our Assessors assess this qualification. Grossdale Institute provides online portfolio evidence and Assessors who will observe learners’ in their work environment.

Assessment may be:

Unit Format
To achieve this qualification, learners must achieve a total of 9 credits from 2 Mandatory Units.

Mandatory Units

Unit Title

Credit Value

Understanding the principles and

practices of assessment


Assess occupational competence

in the work environment




Our Assessors will teach learners:

  • How to understand the principles and requirement of assessment
  • Different types of assessment
  • How to plan an assessment
  • How to involve learner and others in assessment
  • How to make assessment decisions
  • Knowledge of the quality assurance of the assessment process
  • How to manage information relating to assessment
  • Knowledge of the legal and good practice of the requirement of the assessment process

 Our Assessors are required to observe learners in their working environment, this involves:

  • Making certain you are able to plan the assessment of occupational competence
  • Capable of making assessment decisions about occupational competence
  • Proficient in providing information following the assessment of occupational competence
  • Capable of maintain legal and good practice requirements when assessing occupational competence

Careers and Employability
Grossdale Institute recommends that learners study Level 3 Diploma Health and Social Care to become an assessor for colleges, training providers or a freelance Training Manager. Following completion of this qualification learners become a Qualified Assessor. Assessors are able to complete further training to become an Internal or External Verifier in Colleges, Academies and Training Centres.

Our staff are available to provide Careers Advice, UCAS support and Career Building to all learners.

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Meet us

Each year we hold various events including Open Days which provides learners the opportunity to find out more about our range of Health and Social Care/ Learning Development courses. For specific dates and times please email:   or telephone 0208 507 1954


Our fees are subject to change every academic year. Please contact our Business Administrative Department to confirm fees and funding.

Telephone:  0208 507 1964


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