This First Aid Qualifications Assessor and Internal Quality Assurance CPD Training course provide learners with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively quality assure vocational qualifications. It is designed for those needing to conduct internal quality assurance as part of the IQL UK guidelines. The course covers both assessing and internal quality assurance (IQA) and has been designed to meet the ‘First Aid Awarding Organisation Forum’s’ Assessment Principles for First Aid http://www.firstaidqualifications.org.uk/.

Predominately for the training and assessing of First Aid qualifications, it would also help individuals conducting internal quality assurance for other RLSS UK and IQL UK qualifications and awards.

This training has a CPD value of 7 points. 

This is a one-day course running from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on 11 November 2021, Remotely via Microsoft Teams. 


Pre-requisites;


Cost

  • RLSS UK Trainer Assessors £50 (£41.67 plus VAT)
  • Non-RLSS UK Trainer Assessors £75 (£62.50 plus VAT)
  • Multi-Site Operators (MSOs) with more than 10 sites - please email [email protected]

Payment 

  • Payment must be made prior to the commencement of the course.
  • The processing will be by RLSS UK, the charity that directly controls and IQL Limited.
  • Purchase orders must be made payable to IQL UK Ltd and sent to [email protected] and should include the candidates' name, candidates' society number (if known), organisation name society number, and the course they are enrolling on.
  • Payments can be made by Visa, Master Card, and American Express on the online application form below.  

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Don't just take our word for it, this is what one of our previous attendees said:

“This was my first experience of online training, and the virtual Internal Quality Assurance CPD Training course was expertly delivered by the Tutor. Yes, face-to-face would have been brilliant, but we still managed to get lots of discussions and help when needed. I was grouped with people I knew well but would have been equally happy to join with other candidates. I did look at most of the pre-course material emailed ahead of the Microsoft Teams meeting. I found the course very interesting, including the background to the 2013/14 HSE changes.

The course highlighted lots of things that my organisation needs to address immediately and lots of actions for the near future around standardisation of training delivery and assessing in particular. A great course to start us all off on our journey! 

And having done this course via Teams, I would now be more than happy to join other RLSS UK online seminars etc.”

Sheelagh Moran,

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council