Addressing the Knowledge component of a qualification
As providers move to a more remote model of delivery, one aspect which can be most challenging to deliver is the knowledge component. VQManager recently launched an exciting new e-learning component, designed to facilitate all aspects of remotely delivering content and then assessing learners’ knowledge.
Within VQManager you can create a menu structure, from which you can order and distribute your electronic learning content resources directly. Learning content could be in video format, ‘flip-book’ .pdfs, PowerPoint decks or a number of other formats.
Assessors will have the ability to provide access to the learning content either all at once or on a drip-feed basis, and a management tool will show learners and assessors which modules have been accessed and/or completed.
Presented as a stand-alone knowledge assessment to reinforce learning, you can create your own multiple choice question banks. These are automatically marked, and have advanced functionality such as provider-defined limits on the number of permitted retakes and the and pass mark.
Short answer questions can also be created and submitted to the assessor for marking. The answers can be returned to the learner for further work if required, as you would for evidence.
This means that providers will be able to present their learners with multiple choice question banks, short answer questions, or a blend of the two.
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