This short course is for anyone who wants to assess students against registered unit standards and full qualifications in the SETA (QCTO) sub-framework.
Students have the option of completing the “conduct outcomes-based assessment” unit standard on its own or in conjunction with the “design and develop outcomes-based assessment” unit standard.
This short course can only be obtained through online learning.What are the entry requirements?
Student assessors should ideally have some knowledge of the outcomes-based training and SETA/QCTO environments.
Prospective students also need a good command of English (reading and writing) so that they can analyse and interpret the relevant outcomes and unit standards (all of which are written in English).
You should also be computer-literate, with access to WIFI and a PC.
115753: Conduct outcomes-based assessment (NQF level 5, 15 credits)
115755: Design and develop outcomes-based assessments (NQF level 6, 10 credits)
Students will be awarded a Statement of Results from the ETDP SETA
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 6-8 weeks
- Skill level NQF 5
- Language English
- Students 13280
- Assessments Yes
This short course is designed to build your skills incrementally over a six-week or eight-week period. The six-week programme covers just the “conduct OBE assessments” unit standard (115753). The eight-week programme covers BOTH the “plan and conduct OBE assessments” unit and the “design and develop OBE assessments” unit standard (115755).
The six-week (conduct assessments) programme covers:
The additional two-weeks for the designing of assessment tools (115755) covers: