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Vocational assessment valid and manageable?

This seminar will explain how OCR has responded to the removal of the NVQ Code of Practice, the requirements of the General Conditions of Recognition, and the issues presented by the Qualifications Credit Framework.


This seminar will explain how OCR has responded to the removal of the NVQ Code of Practice, the requirements of the General Conditions of Recognition, and the issues presented by the Qualifications Credit Framework.

It has created processes which ensure its vocational qualifications – whether knowledge, competence or skills focused – are assessed using methods which are both valid and manageable.

OCR’s three newly developed tools for selecting valid and manageable assessment types for vocational qualifications will be presented and discussed. These tools are designed to ensure the appropriate and consistent selection of:
• a valid overall assessment method
• suitable levels of control for the setting, undertaking and assessing of the assessment
• the assessment vehicles


Speaker(s):

Georgina Sear | talks

 

Date and Time:

2 May 2012 at 3:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Hughes Hall
Mortimer Road
Cambridge
CB1 2EW


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Organised by:

Cambridge Assessment Network
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Tickets:

Free to attend

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Additional Information:

To book a place please contact the Network Team on 01223 553846 or thenetwork@cambridgeassessment.org.uk.

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