Do you manage or conduct the internal quality assurance (IQA) of your apprenticeship provision?
If so, it’s vitally important to be focusing on the right things. Are your IQA activities solely focused on awarding body requirements, for example? Are you able to monitor the apprentice’s learning and progress effectively (particularly where there are no qualifications)? Is your role helping your teachers and trainers to prepare apprentices adequately for the gateway and end-point assessment?
On Thursday 28 July (10.00-11.15am), SDN and Mesma are teaming up to host an IQA webinar, taking you through:
- The IQA role and the questions you should be asking
- How to quality assure progress in the absence of qualifications
- Practical examples of how IQA’s can contribute to preparing apprentices for end-point assessment
- How you change and adapt your internal quality assurance processes so they are fit for purpose
- A chance to share best practice with others
The webinar will be insightful and action-focused, equipping you with the knowledge, tools and resources to conduct your role as IQA effectively.
You can book onto the webinar for £65 (+VAT). This includes the live webinar (with Q&A).
If you cannot make the date, let us know and we will keep you updated on any new dates. This session is not recorded.
Who are these webinars for?
This webinar is designed for those responsible for the internal quality assurance of their apprenticeship provision (or similar roles).
Facilitators and speakers
The webinar will be facilitated by Carole Loader, director at quality-assurance specialists Mesma and senior Associate with SDN.
Why an SDN-Mesma webinar?
SDN and Mesma are leading experts in apprenticeships. The SDN team have supported over 5,000 apprenticeship staff, from 1,000 organisations, to improve their provision. We’ve also worked closely with over 80 of the trailblazer employer groups, giving us a unique insight into what is required. Mesma are quality assurance experts and provide online software, tools and in-depth support for providers across the country.
To keep costs down, payment for the webinar series must be made online via credit card. If you are a Local Authority, and unable to book via card, please email us on: email@example.com
Terms and Conditions
The Terms and Conditions (including our refund policy) for SDN events and webinars can be found here. When you make a booking, you agree to these Terms and Conditions (including those who request a booking via email and invoice)
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