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NOCN seeking End Point Assessors

19 December 2018  

NOCN are now looking for experienced candidates to become freelance End Point Assessors (EPA) in a range of sectors. NOCN is an expanding national EPA organisation which is a market leader for apprentice assessment.  NOCN is Government-registered, and truly independent to ensure robust and accurate assessments of apprentices.

 

Credit Controller/Collector Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard

Assessor criteria required from the Assessment Plan:

To ensure that any individual assessor is competent they will be trained in the assessment process (see next section) and will also have to meet certain criteria which will include: 

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in credit management or collections and a qualification in credit management or collections plus familiarity with the role covered by the apprenticeship. 
  • Credit management/collections technical and management expertise to ensure they can assess all areas of the Standard. 
  • Understanding of any optional qualifications used within the apprenticeship. 
  • Holding, or working towards an assessor or teaching qualification. 
  • No current relationship with the apprentice / employer involved in the assessment 

 

Advanced Credit Controller/Debt Collection Specialist Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard

Assessor criteria required from the Assessment Plan:

To ensure that any independent assessor is competent they will be trained in the assessment process and will also have to meet certain criteria which will include:
 
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in credit management or debt collection and a qualification in credit management or debt collection plus familiarity with the role covered by the apprenticeship and expertise in the specialist option being assessed 
  • Credit management/debt collection technical and management expertise to ensure they can assess all areas of the Standard. 
  • Understanding of the qualifications used within the apprenticeship. 
  • Ability to demonstrate skills needed to be an assessor 
  • No current relationship with the apprentice / employer involved in the assessment 

 

Further details and to apply


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Great Park, Newcastle upon Tyne,
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Credit Services Association Limited 
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CSA (Services) Ltd
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Registered address:
2 Esh Plaza, Sir Bobby Robson Way, Great Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 9BA