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Why Assessing is the Career for the future

There is a national shortage of qualified Assessors across all subject areas and therefore the job market is very buoyant. There are positions in further education colleges, Private Colleges, Universities, private training companies and recruitment companies.
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Interview Preparation Document

Prior to the interview you must try and prepare yourself by anticipating some key questions that the interviewer might ask. You need to start with researching about the company,
reviewing the job description and trying to fi gure out what skills you might need to satisfy the requirements of the role in the company. The more information you know about the
company, the better you will be at anticipating the interviewer’s questions.
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4 Reason to choose Pathway Assessing

Here’s 4 reasons why you should contact Pathway Assessing and enrol yourself to a new career...

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Leitch Final Report 051206

The Leitch Review was tasked in 2004 with considering the UK’s long-term skills needs. The UK is building on economic strength and stability, with 14 years of unbroken growth and the highest employment rate in the G7. Its skills base has improved significantly over the last decade with rising school standards and growth in graduate numbers. Despite this, the UK’s skills base remains weak by international standards, holding back productivity, growth and social justice. The Review has found that, even if current targets to improve skills are met, the UK’s skills base will still lag behind that of many comparator countries in 2020. The UK will run to stand still. Click download to read more.
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The Wolf Report

In England, today, around two and a half million young people are aged 14 to 19. The vast majority are engaged full or part time in education, and they are growing up in a world where long periods of study and formal credentials are the norm. Vocational education is an important part of that world. Most English young people now take some vocational courses before they are 16; and post-16 the majority follow courses which are largely or entirely vocational. Click download to read more.

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Nat-statement of priorities-jan10

The new arrangements for the planning and funding of education and training for young people will come into effect from April 2010. From this time, the priorities for young people and the responsibility for the outcomes achieved by them will be shared by local authorities, the Young People’s Learning Agency (YPLA) and the schools, colleges and training organisations that work directly with all those aged 16-19 and those aged 19-25 who are subject to a learning difficulty assessment. The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) will be responsible for increasing the number of Apprenticeships for all ages. Local authorities and the YPLA will work with NAS to make sure young people realise their Apprenticeship ambitions. The priorities for investment in adult skills in 2010-11 were published in Skills Investment Strategy by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in November 2009. Click download to read more.
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2010-09 NVQ Code of Practice 2006 Addendum

The Learning and Development National Occupational Standards have been revised and new qualifications introduced. The qualification regulators will now recognise qualifications accredited against these standards as meeting the assessor and verifier qualification requirements set out in the NVQ Code of Practice.
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QCA-06-2888 NVQ Code of practice

The public has a legitimate interest in the continuing availability of high-quality qualifications that are fit for purpose, command public confidence and are understood, both by those who take them and those who use them. That interest extends to the proper maintenance of consistent standards across awarding bodies
and over time. Click download to read more.
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2009-06 Equivalence Guide

The National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) set out the levels against which a qualification can be recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. These frameworks help learners to make informed decisions about the qualifications they need, and help employers and providers assess what qualifications a candidate has. The NQF and QCF are comprised of nine levels (Entry level to level 8). Click download to read more.

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