What is in it for me?
- Credits towards a full qualification
- Opportunity to register as a moderator with various SETAs
- 10 CPD points allocated by SACE towards the CPDT for educators who successfully complete the programme
- Improves your employability
- Gives you the opportunity for a change in career focus
- Advancement in your field as an authority
- Can freelance as registered independent moderator
- Can perform contractual moderation for ETQAs or other training providers
What does a Moderator do?
In a typical workplace environment, a Moderator will:
- Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessments
- Ensure that the assessment process followed by the assessor is fair, valid and relevant
- Apply quality assurance of learning material used, training, assessment documentation, assessments and record-keeping
- Liaise with the ETQAs of the SETA’s
- Assist in the development and implementation of Skills Development policies and procedures
- Assist in development of assessment standards to test knowledge and skills of candidates during a recruitment process
- Moderate evidence for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
How does one become a Moderator?
- Qualify as an Assessor based on US 115753
- Attend a Moderator Training Programme based on US 115759
- Qualify as a Moderator
- Register as a Moderator with the relevant SETA’s
What does the ENJO Consultants Moderator programme entail?
- A 4-day interactive training programme (presentations, discussions, role play and practical application in a classroom environment)
- Portfolio of evidence submission on day 4 of the training.
- The portfolio of evidence contains proof of your ability to apply the newly acquired knowledge and skills in the workplace.
- This POE will be submitted to all necessary experts and prescribed bodies on your behalf.
Can I become a moderator before I become an assessor?
No, you need to have completed the assessor programme SAQA US ID 119753 before you can complete the moderator SAQA US ID 119759
When can I start using my qualification?
On successful completion of the programme, ENJO Consultants will upload your results onto the ETDP database and you will receive a certificate. The ETDP SETA will capture your results on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) and issue a Statement of Results (SOR) that will reflect the credits you have earned.
Why would my employer pay for this training?
- They gain a registered and qualified Moderator
- You can Implement and quality assure skills development
- They will have access to skills development fund (Grants)
- You can address skills gaps
- You can develop, implement and review the training QMS
- You can liaise with SETAs
- They will have an improved BEE scorecard
Who should attend the training?
- Those wishing to attend a SETA accredited training programme on moderation
- Moderators wishing to register as accredited moderators
- Child care workers
- Human Resource Managers
What qualification does this programme link to?
This ETDP SETA accredited training programme is linked to the following programmes:
- 50334 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices – Level 5
- 50333 National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices – Level 5
- 50331 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices – Level 6
- 61592 National Diploma: Human Resources Management and Practices – Level 5
How do I know that ENJO Consultants Moderator training is recognised?
ENJO Consultants (Pty) Ltd is accredited with the ETDP SETA with Accreditation Number: ETDP10602. SACE endorses the ENJO Consultant Moderator training and awards 10 CPTD points for educators who complete the training.