Freelance End Point Assessor- Insurance Practitioner, London, Nocn Group

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1116669943
Freelance End Point Assessor- Insurance Practitioner, London, Nocn Group
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Freelance end point assessor- insurance practitioner

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About NOCN Group are seeking a freelance End Point Assessor with experience in the Insurance industry to help carry out End Point Assessments for the Insurance Practitioner apprenticeship Standard.Location: Remote, travel required to sitesHours: Worker Contract, FreelancePurpose and Objectives:· Ensuring End Point Assessments are carried out independently and meet NOCN's quality assurance Standards· To complete assessments in accordance with the prescribed assessment instruments as defined within the End Point Assessment planDuties and Responsibilities:· Assessing the apprentice against the relevant Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours throughout the Case Study, Knowledge Test and Professional Discussion in accordance with the End Point Assessment plan.· Upload reports from the assessments in a timely manner and in line with NOCN's service level agreements.· Prepare for assessments in a timely manner and be able to identify gaps in the apprentice's KSBs· Be able to build a quick rapport with apprentices to ensure that they can perform their best within assessments· Maintaining hands on CPD in their subject area to ensure knowledge is up to date.· Represent NOCN in a professional manner when conducting assessments.· Adhering to GDPR practices and ensuring all data is secure. Key Requirements:· At least 3 years' experience as an Insurance Practitioner· Current and recent experience within the Insurance industry· Be a member of the CII· Hold a L3 assessors qualification·Maintain the relevant CPDOther Information:Full training on the assessment aspects of the role will be given to the right candidates so we are looking for anyone with the above experience who would like to be considered for the role.

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