As NVQ courses focus on obtaining relevant skills in the workplace, evidence is required to prove the candidate has been able to complete units. Evidence can be submitted in the following forms:
– witness statements – this can be provided by a fellow employee or line manager within the company or other related individuals within your area of work.
– the NVQ assessor working with you can also provide evidence that you have performed certain tasks.
– prior qualifications can sometimes count towards evidence (Accreditation of Prior Achievement)
Other types of evidence may be acceptable by your course provider. It’s important that the evidence is genuine and that tasks can be repeated if need be. The evidence needs to cover all aspects of the task required.
Evidence can be in the form of witness statements, video footage, audio recordings, projects and reports. Speak to your NVQ assessor about what is submittable and in what form.
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