Moderating Assessments (Level 6)
Participants will learn to moderate assessment material for validity and fairness and also verify assessment decisions.
You will cover four topics over the course of the day.
- Why we need to moderate
- The moderation cycle
- What to look for in pre moderation
- What to look for in post moderation
The class is held 9.00am-3.30pm in R4 (Rex Williams Centre) at Windermere Campus.
Please contact Patti Spence on 07 557 8704 with any queries.
|28 Apr 2017||Full-time||Tauranga (Windermere Campus)||1 day|
|6 Oct 2017||Full-time||Tauranga (Windermere Campus)||1 day|
2017 domestic students $306.00
The fee shown for domestic students is applicable to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents. If an international fee is not listed above please refer to the international fees page. All fees are indicative only and subject to change.
You MAY be eligible for a StudyLink Student Loan for your tuition fees.
Find out if your programme qualifies by visiting the Studylink website.
If you also need to pay course related costs, i.e. if outlined in programme costs above, you need to apply separately to StudyLink (up to $1,000/academic year for eligible students). Note course related costs are paid directly into your bank account by StudyLink and you will be required to pay this to Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.
Upon successful completion of the programme you will receive:
- Unit standard 11551 Moderate Assessment
- Participants should have completed Unit Standard 11552, Design and Evaluate Assessment Materials; or currently be studying toward this unit standard
- Applicants may also be considered if they have equivalent knowledge or proven experience in designing and evaluating assessment/s
Level 6 certificate or diploma IELTS Academic score of 6 with no band score lower than 5.5 or completed NZ Certificate in English Language L4 with the Academic Endorsement or meets a relevant English Proficiency Outcome as outlined in Rule 18 and Appendix 2 of the NZQF Programme and Accreditation Rules 2013.
For domestic applicants for whom English is not their first language, evidence of language competency may be required.