The first thing to do is consider what do you need from an IQA? Different organisations will have very different sets of needs, some need a dedicated IQA to take on a wide range of things across the whole quality side o
A very common
question I get asked when talking to start up training providers is ‘What is an
IQA’? The tutor and assessor roles are
pretty easy to grasp… the IQA on the other hand is a bit of a more
One of my concerns in many situations is that some training providers train their learners to pass the test, whatever assessment method that may be.
As many of you are aware I am a big advocate of the importance of quality education within the health and fitness sector… well all sectors to that end.
I am often approached by people who are looking to invest in a personal training course. Now I have written posts and articles on this many times before but this one is new for 2018.
I am lucky enough to have been involved in the fitness industry in a number of different capacities over the years. One of the roles I have found most rewarding, but challenging has been that of being a fitness tutor.
As a course designer (instructional designer) I have, I feel had a more natural flow with the processes that I follow in the development of a new course.
As a tutor and assessor one of the main factors that drives me is seeing the development of the learners I have contact with.
We are all constantly learning new skills and adding to our levels of knowledge.