Assessment e-topics

These are short screencasts that focus on specific areas of assessment or quality assurance practice, narrated by Hilary Read. Each lasts for between 5 – 15 minutes and contains activities for users to complete on their own or in groups. Once you have purchased the topic(s) you will be sent a link to enable you to access them whenever it suits you.

Modules available:

RPL and Credit Transfer

This topic consists of a short activity to help users identify the difference between Recognition of Prior learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer.

Cost: £10.00

Using Others

A series of short activities to help users understand when to use others; identify who can make a good witness; pinpoint potential risks to assessment and consider different ways of recording.

Cost: £15.00

Assessing to levels

This is a useful introductory topic to assessing to levels and includes activities on how to differentiate between QCF Levels 2 and 3; and avoiding common pitfalls when dealing with learners and employers.

Cost: £15.00

Key to observation

This topic consists of two short video clips that ask users to record the results of what they see and to practice being specific in how they record.

Cost: £15.00

Holistic assessment

This topic contains step-by-step activities to holistic assessment planning using business administration and assessment units as examples.

Cost: £15.00

Special Offer:

Access all the videos for a one off payment of £60.00

What I like most about these e-topics is that they are short, visual and the examples are easy to follow. I will use these as part of our full Read On delivery package to provide some pre-learning before a workshop and as activities during training. You could reduce workshop time using these as they definitely support learning. We already use 'The best ... ' guides and the teaching topics from Read On Publications so we will incorporate these into the package and tailor them to our business. Sara Morton, QIT Manager, Lifetime Training

This gives me information to show our assessors that there are other methods of learning available to them. Jo Bunn, Delivery Co-ordinator, St John Ambulance

The idea is excellent, and will save us a great deal of time planning and producing our own resources. Davina Snowball, Staff Trainer, St John Ambulance

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