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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.
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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.
DET Blogs 1965 views
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in Further Education (FE) is a Level 6 teaching qualification which is also known as the Post-16 PGCE. It is a recognised qualification that you can get in the UK and is recognised worldwide.
The PGCE FE is a 2 year-long course if done full time. It requires you to go to a college or university for the theory and complete the recommended teaching practice in an FE institution to apply all the theories and concepts learnt.
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PGCE is an acronym for Postgraduate Certificate in Education. The PGCE enables you to be a professional teacher and is useful for individuals looking to get into training. It is a worldwide recognised qualification which you can easily get in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. It is equivalent to a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) in Scotland.
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PGCE and DET are both initial teacher training (ITT) qualifications that teachers and trainers take on to progress in their careers. Now the question is, which qualification is the best for you? If you’ve been wondering “Should I do the PGCE or DET?” then you will find all the answers below.