Regular Assessor Newsletters are sent to registered assessors. Archive copies of newsletters are listed below and can be downloaded.
REAL News – November 2017 issue The Tertiary Education Commission requires that assessment results are reported by 31 December 2017. More is information is available in the November newsletter. We also remind assessors about the importance of participation in moderation.
REAL News – October 2017 issue In this issue we introduce the new Moderation and Assessment Practices team at Careerforce. We also share some new research that highlights success strategies for pacific learners.
REAL News – September 2017 issue We kick Spring off with a reminder about the important processes and practices of Moderation. A number of training resources have been updated and these can be downloaded. We also remind you where to go to access information.
REAL News – August 2017 issue – In this issue we remind assessors to report credits by 31 December to meet TEC requirements. We also introduce the moderation team and provide answers to some frequently asked questions. Winners of the recent training excellence awards were announced and we share news of the winners and apprenticeship graduates.
News Real News – July 2017 issue – Careerforce Assessment procedures and moderation procedures are introduced in this issue, together with the unit standards that are due to expire on 31 December 2017. We also cover the Careerforce workforce development conference and invite you to hear what Te Radar (our MC) has to say.
Real News – June 2017 issue – New User guides for the MyPath Learning and Assessment tool are included in this newsletter together with the launch of the Careerforce Workforce Development Conference and the new Training Excellence Awards. The importance of annual moderation is also covered and includes a list of moderation requirements.
Real News – May 2017 issue – This issue covers scope extension, the MyPath Learning and Assessment Tool survey together with the usual listing of upcoming workshops.
Real News – March 2017 issue – In this issue we talk about the iportal launch. We also share information from Deaf Aotearoa about overcoming some of the barriers to training.
Real News – February 2017 issue – In this issue we’ve got important things to tell you about versions and issues. We also take a look at Scope Extension and Assessor training.
Real News – January 2017 issue – In this issue we introduce the new iportal tool for viewing and submitting trainee information. We also highlight the process of moderation – a function that is especially important at this time of year.
Real News – December 2016 issue – This issue reminds readers to report assessment results by 31 December. Careerforce is going social and we invite you to click on the social media icons and like, follow and Share.
Real News – November 2016 issue – This issue invites expressions of interest for a new assessment opportunity – Assessment of Business qualifications (Level 3 and 4). We also list the final Peer Moderation workshops of the year.
Real News – October 2016 issue – October’s issue highlights the importance of the Moderation process together with an introduction of MyPath Forums. We also include regional assessor hub meetings as well as the usual training workshops.
REAL News – September 2016 Issue – This issue includes the Unit standards and versions that will expire at the end of the year. We also include the upcoming REAL Assessor training and peer moderation workshops and we remind people to use the latest training agreement on our website.
REAL News – July 2016 Issue – REAL Observers were included in the July 2016 issue. The Kaiawhina workforce action plan also gets a mention as well as REAL assessor training workshops plus peer moderation workshops.
REAL News – June 2016 issue – The June 2016 issue featured expiring unit standards and unit standard versions, REAL assessor training workshops plus peer moderation workshops.
REAL News – May 2016 issue – 2016 Moderation was the main feature of the May 2016 newsletter. There was also a focus on REAL workshops – what they are and what attendees have said about them.