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A Warm Welcome to Professor Sir Alan Tuckett OBE as Fellow of The Assessors Guild

The Assessors Guild would like to extend a very warm welcome to Professor Sir Alan Tuckett OBE as one of our prestigious Fellows. He is a professor of adult education at the University of Wolverhampton, Honorary Fellow of UNESCO’s Institute of Lifelong Learning, and Distinguished Professor at the International Institute of Adult and Continuing Education,…

Assessors Voice – The Importance of Standards

  An article by Professor Ian Favell – Fellow of The Assessors Guild   Have you noticed that everyone today is talking about Standards? Suddenly Standards seem to have become the new ‘must haves’ for all organisations, whether providing goods or services in the private, public or not-for-profit sectors and for all professional bodies. Why…

Advice for Gaining a Regulated Assessor Qualification

We were recently contacted by a potential member who wanted some advice on Assessor courses.  With 30 years-experience in accounting and business admin roles within many business sectors, she had often prepared and given in-house training which included the development of assessments. However, this practitioner didn’t have formal qualifications in assessment and wanted to know how…

The Changing Face of Apprenticeships

The reformed Apprenticeship programme is now finally off the ground. With some 279 new Apprenticeship standards approved for delivery, and 38% of starts this year on new standards the position is much improved from this time last year. However the overall numbers remain significantly lower – 28% down. So what is occurring in the market…

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