IQA Concept Analysis

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With in the IQA process there are the key concepts and principles in simple terms the concepts are the ideas where as the principles are the “meat on the bone” these ideas are put into practice. They can also cross over.

They can be divided into the two sections

Key Concepts:

Accountability
An IIQA needs to accountable to organisation where they are employed to ensure your role is being carried out correctly. The assessors need to know why they are being monitored and the decisions are being sampled. As an IQA if an assessor does something wrong then this may affect your reputation.

Achievement
Assessment results should be collated which then can be used to to compare national or organisations targets are being reached. Without this
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Work Load and Caseload of assessors - this can also interlink with the assessment strategy of one assessor have more learner sthan another and the learher are not achieving because of the workload which the assessor has, likewise one assessor learners may leave the assessment process and they may have less learners so can spend more time with them. Workloads should be shared.

Location of learners and Assessors – Iqa could identify where they are geographically located and assessors who are closer to an learner could assess them, thus saving time driving and being more time effective which benefits the learner and
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Changes to standards and qualifications – are you ensuring you are up to date with the any changes and ensuring the trainer, teachers and assessors are update to doate with qualifications and CPD.

Assessment methods and types of evidence provided by learners: is this valid and authentic

Storage of records or evidence is stored manually or electronically.

Reliability of witnesses if the assessment processes are they suitably qualified to be a witness with the correct experience and underpinning knowledge.

Authenticity of learners work – is their own work.

Evaluation
Evaluation should always take place and at all stages of the IQA Cycle and should be a continuous process, it enables current and future practices to be evaluated.

Interim and Summative Sampling
Sampling is an onging process , enabling protential to retified in the assement rather than wait to the end, this is called interim sampling. At the end of the assessment process , Summative sampling can take place of the to check it has been fully completed and all paperwork and has been completed

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