Assessors are central to workplace training as they play a key role in supporting learners throughout the training and assessment process.
The Skills Organisation works with industries to develop assessment material based on a collection of evidence model. To gain credits for a unit standard, learners have to demonstrate that they are competent.
Assessment involves the collection and recording of evidence demonstrating a persons competence in each unit standard for which they are seeking credit. This evidence can be gathered by observing normal day-to-day work, from the organisatons records, team leader’s/manager’s verification, questionnaires completed, and verbal discussions.
Assessors are required to meet Skills Assessor Code of Practice, click here to download a copy.
Assessment Appeals Process
If learners feel they have not been assessed fairly they can appeal the result of the assessment. For more information please contact our Moderation and Assessment team. We will process the appeal, please complete the assessment appeal form here and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer regular courses through an external provider to help you train as a workplace assessor.
Click here to download the 4098 course dates for 2017.
Becoming an Assessor
To become a registered assessor, you must meet the criteria set out below:
Generic workplace assessor criteria
- Hold unit standard 4098
- Hold the qualification being assessed or demonstrate equivalent skills and knowledge
- Use Skills assessment tools OR approved pre-assessment moderated tools
- 3 years’ experience in the industry, to be approved on application
- Minimum of two years’ relative and current experience, from within the last 5 years
- Referee details supplied
Industry specific workplace assessor criteria
To assess in the industries listed below, you must meet the criteria listed for them on the links below:
- Emergency Management
- Financial Services
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Real Estate
For Contract Workplace Assessors, please see the criteria here.
To apply to become a registered assessor, please complete the relevant industry Assessor Application Form from the links below: