IQA Training The Number 1 Trainer for IQA (IV) Training
The Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) qualifications replaced the old Internal Verifier Qualifications (IV).
So, whether you have arrived here looking for IQA courses, or IV training, you have come to the right people.
Why choose Brooks and Kirk?
With over 20 years industry experience, we have developed a reputation as the premier trainer for Internal Quality Assurance (Internal Verifier) training.
We are the only IQA Training provider that can offer you access to the assessors and learners to work with as part of your IQA course.
With Brooks and Kirk you set the pace of your learning so whether your course takes 6 weeks or 6 months is entirely up to you.
We actually work with two different awarding bodies, so you get the opportunity to choose who you would like your qualification to be accredited by. Both awarding organisations we work with are on the Register of Regulated Awarding Organisations.
The Awarding Bodies we work with are:
At Brooks and Kirk we have no set start or end dates and because the theory-based element of the IQA course is delivered online, you can be started on your course within one working day.
Our Courses There are 3 courses in the Internal Quality Assurance suite of qualifications.
One of the IQA’s main responsibilities is to monitor and improve the quality of assessment. The Internal Quality Assurer is effectively responsible for ensuring that the assessor is doing their job correctly. Here are a few other roles that you can expect to take on as an IQA/IV:
- Provide support to both newly qualified and experienced Assessors/Tutors.
- Develop and implement policies and procedures for the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment.
- Plan and manage External Quality Assurer/External Verifier visits.
The Internal Quality Assurance qualifications used to be called the Internal Verifier courses. So, although they are still commonly referred to as the Internal Verifier (IV) courses, if you are looking at becoming an ‘Internal Verifier’ then it is, in fact, an Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) qualification that you need.
In short, not necessarily. Nowhere in the IQA specification does it state that learners must hold an assessing qualification.
That being said, it is fairly unlikely you will be eligible if you don’t hold an assessor qualification. Because to be eligible for the IQA course, your CV needs to demonstrate that you have sufficient knowledge and skills to meet the criteria within the IQA qualification.
If you would like to find out if you are eligible for an IQA course, then please fill in the form on our ‘Am I Eligible?‘ page.
Salaries for Internal Quality Assurers vary dramatically based on the size of the organisation and the specific job role being undertaken. They tend to be in the range of £23,000 – £35,000.