Information für Gutachter
Wenn Sie ETTEC-Gutachter werden möchten, finden Sie nachfolgende Informationen in Englisch.
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There are 3 steps to take to become an assessor. The first step is to follow a training in a local centre.
The second step is to pass the final assessment of the training. After this, you will get an assessors certificate.
To be allowed to assess for ETTEC occupational profiles, you need to ask an accreditation to the ETTEC organisation. Once you have this, you are allowed to work in every ETTEC assessment centre.
ETTEC organises on a regular base, together with our local partners, training for assessors in different countries . Contact us or your local assessment centre for exact dates.
You can get an assessor certificate in every local centre. You need to follow the training and an assessment to ensure you understand all the underlaying principles of assessment.
Once you have a certificate, you can ask ETTEC to become accredited. This means you are accepted as a assessor and are allowed to assess in every ETTEC assessment centre.
We have a system of recognition of prior learning in place for assessors. Existing assessment certificates can be evaluated for the non-specific parts of the certificate. The specific parts about procedures and regulations can’t be substituted.
The first step is to get an assessor certificate. Once you have this, you can ask the BoD to become candidate assessor. In this role, you can perform five or more assessments with an experienced assessor.
At the end of this series, you will be assessed by an international assessor. If you pass this assessment, you will be accredited for the occupational standards you have assessed.
This procedure is repeated for each additional authority you want to be accredited for.
The international assessment is also repeated on a regular base to ensure the overall quality of the assessment.