Becoming a new assessment centre
Setting up an IRRV approved assessment centre requires certain national regulatory and IRRV procedures to be followed. The process starts with an enquiry to IRRV email@example.com in the first instance, thereafter an application form is submitted and an audit visit to your organization will take place. See Application for centre approval
Centre and Candidate Guide
This guidance document is designed for organisations that are, or are seeking to become, approved assessment centres to deliver IRRV RQF units. This document should be read in conjunction with the National Occupational Standards and all other IRRV policy documents which are available from the IRRV website (www.irrv.net) and contain the specific assessment requirements and quality assurance arrangements for the qualifications.
The following bodies are mentioned in this document and have key roles in the development, regulation and monitoring of RQF units.
The IRRV qualifications and the administration of the qualifications comply with the strategy, and this covers
- fitness for purpose;
- quality assurance and quality control;
- workplace assessment and simulation where appropriate; and
- the competence and development of assessors, Quality Assurers.
Full unit content, qualification pathways and assessment information for candidates, centres and assessors.
Application for Centre Approval
Please find the initial application for cenrte approval. You should also refer to the centre set up guide and centre documentation checklist. For more guidance contact firstname.lastname@example.org (0207 691 8994).
Setting up an IRRV approved assessment centre requires certain national regulatory and IRRV procedures to be followed. The process starts with an enquiry to IRRV email@example.com in the first instance, thereafter an application form is submitted and an audit visit to your organisation will take place. See Application for centre approval.
IRRV Centre documentation checklist
Under the RQF, the IRRV have a responsibility to comply with Regulated Qualifications Framework. Effective centre management and control will meet these regulations. The centre documentation are suitable controls to meet the requirements. Please download the full checklist
IRRV Assessment Centres
Please see athe list of current centres offering vocational qualifications. They may be prepared to take on external candidates and/or develop a partnership. Alterntively you can set up a centre yourself. See centre set up process or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessment centre fees and charges