We are seeking expressions of interest from people within the Temporary Traffic Management (TTM) industry to provide technical learning support and become Connexis l Te Pūkenga registered assessors for the following new qualifications due to be available in quarter 2, 2024.
Micro-credential in TTM Risk Assessment (Level 4)
33252 Describe the principles and process for managing risk for an activity requiring temporary traffic management (Level 4) (5 credits)
33253 Complete a risk assessment for an activity requiring temporary traffic management (Level 4) (10 credits)
Micro-credential in Traffic Management Design (Level 4)
33254 Develop a traffic management plan for an activity and consult with relevant stakeholders (Level 4) (20 credits)
If you are interested, please complete this expression of interest form and send it to email@example.com by 30 November 2023. We will be in touch once the programme has been approved for delivery by NZQA. This is expected to be in early 2024.
What is required?
You will already be assessing in the TTM sector. In addition, you need to be able to demonstrate you have industry skills relevant to the above areas you want to assess (e.g. CV, RoA) and be supported by two industry referees.
Are assessors paid?
If you are assessing learners within your company, then your employer is responsible for providing you with the time and equipment to assess on the job. External assessors who assess learners from other companies are paid per unit standard assessment, in accordance with the fees in the Connexis |Te Pūkenga services agreement.
Assessors are an important part of a learners’ training pathways. As a Connexis I Te Pūkenga assessor, your expertise is crucial to learners’ success. You will have the satisfaction of applying your technical skills and providing learning support and assessment to enable others to achieve national industry qualifications and get recognition for their skills.