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Hello! Are you ready to assess apprentices or deliver and assess NVQs in the social care sector? You’re on the right page. Study entirely online and at your own pace with ELN. Choose between different training qualifications and become qualified to train and assess in the Social care industry and pass on your expertise. 

How do I become a Health & Social Care trainer?

The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET) enables you to become a Social care trainer for any care courses where you have competence e.g. childcare and early years, child protection, community work and day care, counselling, fostering and adoption, housing, occupational therapy etc. You can then teach courses such as the Level 3 Health and Social Care and the Level 3 Technical Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care after completing the L3 AET qualification. This course requires you to record a micro-teach session, which is assessed by our highly qualified tutors, to check your competence as a trainer. The Level 3 AET qualification enables you to get into teaching in your own specialist area.

The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET) is suitable to become a qualified social work trainer and teach courses upto Level 4 in the Health and Social Care sector. You can teach courses such as the Level 4 Health and Social Care qualification. The L4 CET course requires you to teach upto 30 hours while doing the course. It is to ensure that you have what it takes to be a social care trainer. 

How do I become a Social Care assessor?

The Lead Assessor Certificate includes the Assessor Units 1,2 and 3 and is also known as the CAVA course. It is a part of the TAQA qualifications, best suited for individuals working in the social care industry. This is a full NVQ qualification that enables you to assess NVQ, QCF and RQF courses as well as Apprentices in the Care sector. 

This Lead assessor training is suitable for you if you want to become a qualified assessor in Social care. You will first need to have competence in the social care sector. After doing the lead assessor course, you will then be able to assess any type of classroom or work-based care workers and trainees upto Level 4 and 5.

What is the salary of a Social Care Assessor?

  • Tutor/Assessor - Health & Social Care (£26,500 - £29,000 a year)
  • Health and Social Care Assessor (£20 - £25 an hour)
  • Health and Social Care IQA (£28,000 a year)

How do I become a Social Care Internal Verifier?

If you are an experienced Social Care professional and are looking to become an Internal Verifier for Social care, you should opt for the  L4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment.

The IQA course has practical requirements that you may not meet, if that is the case, you should opt for the IQA theory-only unit. The knowledge you will get from this course will help you progress in your career in Health and Social Care teaching. Not only that, but it will also increase your salary as a Social care Internal verifier. 

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