Assessor update 10.08.12

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Posted by APM on 10th Aug 2012

The next Profesisonal Review dates have been set for November and December 2012:

15th November 2012 - London

11th December 2012 - Manchester

Please email andrea.kallides@apm.org.uk if you are available and wish to be considered for these dates.  Please be reminded that, unlike Portfolio Assessments which will be sent to you UNLESS YOU INDICATE OTHERWISE, assessors will only be considered for professional reviews IF they have indicated availability. 

If you have not heard from Andrea within 4 weeks of the professional review date, it is safe to assume you have not been allocated to the event. However, do please email Andrea if you would like to check the situation at any time.

 

Assessor Conference 25th October 2012:

The next Assessor Conference will take place in October at ETC Venues, The Hatton, Farringdon, London

Assessors are reminded that they are contractually obliged to attend at least one Assessor Conference per year - those who did not attend in April 2012 will be expected to attend in October. Assessors may of course attend both.

If you have not already done so, please confirm your attendance with Andrea - andrea.kallides@apm.org.uk

There will be a new set of preparation work which assessors must complete prior to the meeting. More details will be sent closer to the time.

Assessors and verifiers can claim CPD for attending Assessor Conferences and Verifier meetings within the last 12 months. Requests for CPD certificates should be sent to Andrea Kallides.    

 

   

 

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