A successful moderation for Hawksmoor

A successful moderation for Hawksmoor

On 26th July 2018 Hawksmoor underwent their annual moderation process by the awarding body. It was done via visit this year so the moderator attended the Hawksmoor premises in person. We would first of all like to thank our wonderful students for their patience during this process and would like to share some of the comments we received in our report with you…

‘All tasks are set at the appropriate level, making it easy for the learners to follow’
‘Good practice in terms of assessor feedback and you could see learners greatly benefited from the feedback’
‘Internal moderation has been very effective’
‘Excellent practice in the internal moderation field’
‘It is obvious from the evidence that a lot of hard work and planning was involved in the delivery, assessment and internal moderation’
‘The feedback to the learners was outstanding and provided praise, identifies good practice and areas for improvement’
‘An excellent range of assessment methods that are valid, fair and reliable have been used throughout the units of study’
‘The centre designs the course to be as practical as possible, which again is good practice’
‘The internal moderator is working hard to maintain excellent standards, it is some of the best IQA work I have seen’
‘The evidence produced by the learners was to a very high standard and covered all the assessment criteria very well for all units of study’
‘The learners have spent a lot of time building the portfolios and the centre are providing outstanding training and time to complete the course’

The centre strengths:

‘The centre has a very experienced team with excellent facilities to deliver the course’
‘Learner evidence was outstanding covering all the assessment criteria and to a very high standard’
‘The internal moderation process was outstanding providing g excellent feedback to the assessors’
‘Paperwork from Assessor/IQA was outstanding’
‘Assessment was excellent – correct assessment decisions and excellent feedback to the learner’