Join with peers for the first series of our EPAO Quality Clinics to support you in delivering excellence in EPA.
These quality clinics are comprised of expert masterclasses and Q&A sessions to support those EPAOs that have recently gained Ofqual recognition and those that are in the process of completing the transition to Ofqual accreditation in time for the deadline of 1st July.
These highly interactive sessions, hosted by Charlotte Bosworth, FAB Director and Managing Director of Innovate Awarding will bring together those end point assessment organisations that are going through transition to Ofqual accreditation in a supportive manner, no question is too daft and you can even ask questions anonymously if you prefer.
Episode 1 – May 10th at 11.30 – 12.30: Showing your identity as an AO/EPAO
This episode will explore the Constitution and Governance required in a regulated assessment market. We will share how we have dealt with Governance structures and independence within our own Organisations.
Episode 2 – May 17th at 11.30 – 12.30: Showing your integrity as an AO/EPAO
This episode explores how do you demonstrate trustworthiness to your regulator and customers. Building confidence in your Organisation with the regulator.
Episode 3 – May 24th at 13.30 – 14.30: Showing you’re technically equipped to deliver in a regulated market
This episode explores the tools to utilise to carry out self evaluation, standardisation practices, moderation and grading analysis as well how you develop a competent workforce.
Episode 4 – June 14th at 11.30 – 12.30: Showing your competence as a regulated AO/EPAO
This episode will explore the lifecycle of a qualification/EPA – understanding the competence you need to demonstrate from design, development, delivery and evaluation and how you demonstrate valid, reliable, manageable and comparable assessment in reality as well as how do you ensure you meet the equality requirements.
Episode 5 – June 21st at 11.30 – 12.30: Understanding the cost of regulation
This episode provides an opportunity to explore the additional resource, processes and practices you will need to consider to meet the Conditions of Recognition. Experiences will be shared from regulated EPAOs.
Episode 6 – June 28th at 11.30 – 12.30: Preparing for your Ofqual submission and panel discussion
This episode is to provide advice, support and guidance in preparing for your submission and what areas you need to clearly set out as well as who is the best person to attend the panel discussion and what to expect.
Episode 7 – July 5th at 11.30 – 12.30: Regulation and quality assurance – what’s the difference?
This episode is set to discuss the differences between Quality Assurance and regulation and any additional quality measures you may need to take to ensure both.
Episode 8 – July 12th at 11.30 – 12.30: Now I am regulated – what next?
This episode provides an insight from regulated EPAOs on the on going activity you need to have in place to provide reassurance to the Regulator that you can meet the Conditions of being a regulated EPAO, how you prepare to complete the Annual Statement of Compliance as well as self evaluation and risk monitoring.