Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Moderator do?
- Conducts moderation of outcomes-based assessments.
- Ensures that the assessment process followed by the assessor is fair, valid and relevant.
- Applies quality assurance of learning material used, training, assessment documentation, assessments and record-keeping.
- Liaises with the SETAs, ETQAs and QCTO.
- Assists in the development and implementation of skills development policies and procedures.
Who should attend the training?
- Those wishing to attend an accredited qualification for this programme
- Moderators wishing to register with a SETA, ETQA or QCTO
- Assessors and Moderators
- Those involved in the quality assurance of training programmes
- Facilitators, Trainers, Lecturers and Teachers
- Training Managers
- Human Resource Practitioners
- Those working towards qualifications containing this unit standard.
What are the benefits?
- Allows the individual to gain a formal qualification as a moderator.
- Able to register as a moderator with various SETAs, ETQAs and QCTO.
- Improves skills in moderation.
- Credits towards a full qualification.
- Improves employability.
- Change in career focus.
- Can provide credible outcomes-based in-house moderation.
- Implement and quality assure skills development.
- Levies – access skills development fund (Grants).
- Address skills gaps.
- Develop, implement and review QMS.
- Liaison with SETAs, ETQAs and QCTO.
- Improved BEE scorecard.
How does one become a Moderator?
- Attend a Moderator Training Programme.
- Qualify as a moderator.
- Register as a moderator with the relevant SETA/s.
What does the 4-day class attendance Moderator Training Programme entail?
- A 4-day interactive training programme (discussions/ simulation and practical application).
- Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) submission on day 4 of the training for assessment.
What does the distance learning Moderator Training Programme entail?
- Learners will be required to work through the Learner Guide and Portfolio of Evidence.
- The learner will be required to submit the Portfolio of Evidence for assessment within 3 months after receiving the learning material.
Does one need to write exams?
No, one does not need to write exams, the Portfolio of Evidence will be assessed to determine competence.
Assessment, Verification and Certification
- The Portfolio of Evidence will be assessed by a registered assessor.
- When the learner is declared competent, the assessor will forward the assessment report to the learner and the Portfolio of Evidence will be submitted to the ENJO Moderator for moderation.
- On successful completion, ENJO Consultants will upload the learner’s results onto the ETDP database.
- Results need to be verified by the ETDP SETA before the Statement of Results (SoR) and Certificate are issued.
- The ETDP SETA will capture the learner’s results on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) and issue a Statement of Results (SoR) that will reflect the credits earned.
- ENJO Consultants will then notify the client when the certificate and Statement of Results are ready for collection.
When can I start using the Qualification?
- Once you are in possession of a statement of results from ETDP SETA.
What qualification does this programme link to?
- ODETDP 50334: National Certificate: Occupationally-Directed Education Training and Development Practices, NQF Level 05, 151 Credits
- ODETDP 50333: National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices. NQF Level 05, 261 Credits
- ODETDP 50331: National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices. NQF Level 6