There are three types of checks that an Approved Training Centre or Provider can complete. The type of check they use will be dependent on whether they determine the Trainer/Assessor to be high or low-risk.
The checks are:
Face-to-face – Being physically present at the course delivery and/or assessment for a qualification - to conduct an Internal Quality Assurance check.
These are suitable for any TAs (low or high-risk) you may have.
Remote IQA – Conducting the Internal Quality Assurance check after the event has happened (no more than two weeks after the activity) at the same or different venue.
This method is suitable for any TAs that the ATC/P determines as low-risk or following a face-to- face IQA check of a high-risk Trainer.
Video evidence will be required to conduct this check.
Document Review - Conducting the Internal Quality Assurance check of course/ assessment paperwork only after the event has happened (no more than two weeks after the activity) at the same or different venue.
This method is suitable for any Trainer or Assessor that the ATC/P determines is low-risk or following a face-to-face IQA check of a high-risk Trainer if further checks are needed.
Last reviewed: November 2022