Quality assurance and the role of the IQA for apprenticeships
If you manage or conduct the internal quality assurance (IQA) of your apprenticeship provision it’s vitally important to be focusing on the right things.
Are your IQA activities solely focused on awarding body requirements? Are you able to monitor the apprentice’s learning and progress effectively, particularly where there are no qualifications? Is your role helping your teachers and trainers to prepare apprentices adequately for the gateway and end-point assessment?
- The IQA role and the questions you should be asking
How to quality assure progress in the absence of qualifications
Practical examples of how IQA’s can contribute to preparing apprentices for end-point assessment
How you change and adapt your internal quality assurance processes so they are fit for purpose
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