Learning Programme Moderation
Moderation is the process of ensuring that assessments have been conducted in line with agreed practices and are fair, valid and reliable.
The management of internal moderation is the responsibility of the provider.
External moderation takes place in three phases:
- Induction Moderation - Training provider applies when ready for implementation of a learning programme.
- Interval Moderation - Training Provider applies when 50% of credits have been completed by registered learners.
- Exit Moderation - Training provider applies when 100% of credits have been completed by registered learners, learner certification or endorsement
will only commence once a successful Exit Moderation has been conducted.
Overview of External Moderation Process
- Learners are registered by the FoodBev SETA
- The accredited training provider will apply for induction moderation, interval moderation as well as exit moderation for Learnership programmes.
- The accredited training provider will apply for induction moderation and exit moderation for Skills programmes.
- A list of learners must accompany the interval and exit moderation requests and all learner results submitted to the FoodBev SETA.
- Once learner results are captured and moderation requests received, an appointment letter is sent to the moderator to conduct the moderation.
- The moderator will then contact the training provider to finalise the date for moderation
- Once moderation has been completed the moderation report is finalised by both the internal and external moderator before submission to FoodBev SETA.
- All pages of the moderation report must be initialled, must have page numbers and signed by both the internal and external moderators.
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