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  • What is the Role of an Assessor?
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    What is the Role of an Assessor?

    An assessor is an individual who is an expert in their field and is responsible for measuring the learning of their learners. An assessor in the context of education and training ensures that the learner is eligible enough to meet the standard required to gain a particular qualification. Assessors make decisions on whether a learner is competent or not in a particular topic or subject. Various forms of assessment can help plan future learning and personalise L&D for a learner according to their particular needs.

  • What is the Assessment Cycle?
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    What is the Assessment Cycle?

    Before we look at Assessment Cycle, let's recap... What is Assessment? Assessment is a way of finding out if learning has taken place. It is a process of making a decision regarding your learner’s knowledge and/or performance against set criteria.

  • ELN COVID-19 Assessment Strategy

    ELN COVID-19 Assessment Strategy

    At ELN The e-Learning Network, our ethos has always been to support our learners which has resulted in a 90% completion over the last 4 years. Even now during the current crisis around the COVID-19 pandemic, most of our students across the world have continued completing their courses and are getting certified.

    Closer to home, in the UK, we have been following the announcements and consultations by Ofqual, The Education & Training Foundation and our various awarding bodies, we continue as always to ensure that these updates are included within our ELN COVID-19 Assessment Strategy and communicated to our learners.

  • Level 3 Assessor Courses

    Level 3 Assessor Courses

    The new Level 3 Assessor Awards and Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement replaced the older D32, D33, A1 and A2 qualifications. The 4 qualifications are actually made up of various combinations of 3 units, so depending on your requirements, you can choose units to qualify you to teach in a classroom environment or directly in your learners’ workplace....

  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Learners

    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Learners

    In the mid-1950s, psychologist Abraham Maslow created the famous Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs where he explained that certain needs (in the lower levels of the hierarchy) must be met before a person will try to satisfy higher-level needs. Over the years, this theory has been highly popular in Business Management however, it is being increasingly used to motivate learners in the classroom setting. It clearly explains its significant impact on the field of psychology and education.

  • Responsibilities of a Teacher or Trainer

    Responsibilities of a Teacher or Trainer

    A teacher or trainer is someone who inspires you to learn. They develop your personal, academic and social abilities in order to make sure that you take responsibility to help you develop yourself. The responsibilities of a teacher or trainer are numerous. They help you grasp new concepts in accordance with your individual learner needs. They help you study effectively and provide a protected and supportive learning system.