If you're interested in a Lead IQA qualification, then this is unlikely to be your first rodeo in quality assurance and internal verification. Our Lead IQA course aims to level up your existing IQA qualification in order for you to be qualified to sample other IQAs and assessors' work.
This is usually a senior manager or centre principal position, and so it is likely that you will further have the responsibility for your centre's overall IQA strategy, policies and processes.
What you'll learn
Unit 1 - Plan, Allocate and Monitor in Own Work Area of Responsibility
Just one unit for this Lead IQA course; learn how to assess the performance of a team of IQA staff who are responsible for the internal quality assurance within an organisation or assessment centre. Understand what a Lead IQA role will include and the skills you may need to help you perform and support your team effectively.
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Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded an NCFE Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice. This is your formal Lead IQA qualification.
How is this course assessed or examined?
This Lead IQA qualification is assessed through a portfolio of evidence that you create as you study the course.
You will need to have completed the IQA course before starting this LIQA course. You will also need to be over 19 years old.