Essay about Internal Quality Assurance Evaluation Part B

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Internal Quality Assurance Evaluation

2.1 Evaluate the importance of planning and preparing internal quality assurance activities.
It is extremely important to plan and prepare for IQA activities to ensure that all requirements are met. A quality calendar and regular team meetings with a clear and concise agenda would ensure that any necessary points are addressed in manageable amounts. We are a small team and work closely together but unless we adhere to the above, things can get overlooked or forgotten. As the courses we deliver are ITQ, we have to continuously monitor the learning and the assessments to ensure we are up to date with most recent software packages that our learners may be using; this is something that has been
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All documents are dated and signed to allow us to have a visual audit trail which is easily identifiable. Any paper based documents that are no longer current are archived, clearly labelled and stored securely. Records of Assessment, achievement and Internal Verification activities are kept for the requested three year period and are readily available to the awarding body upon request.

6.1 Evaluate legal issues, policies and procedures relevant to the internal quality assurance of assessment, including those for health, safety and welfare. As our centre provides on-line and distance learning, policies and procedures are accessible on the learning platform for learners, assessors, internal verifiers and external verifiers, hard copies are available and also stored in the ROD, which is checked on a monthly basis and updated accordingly, this enables all learners, staff and any other persons using our centre and learning platform to be fully aware of the current policies and procedures we practice. Although Unite provides these documents to all, there is no way of knowing whether the individual has read them, this is an area for improvement, where we could have an additional declaration document included to the site, asking the user to confirm that he/she understands and has read the policies and procedures and will be raised at our next team meeting. With
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