Candidate Cohorts - commitment to set dates
Posted by APM on 30th Aug 2011
APM is now trialling a process for administering groups of candidates through RPP assessment as "Cohorts" and Andrea would like to assign Assessor teams to each of these cohorts.
The candidates applications will be assessed in exactly the same way (including Verification where appropriate) but in some cases we have had to impose a shorter turnaround deadline for Portfolio Assessments.
Assignments will count towards your contractual requirements and will be IN ADDITION to any regular Portfolio Assessments / Professional Reviews that may be assigned at a later date. (N.B. As always, if you are not able to take on Portfolio Assessments for a given period of time, please update Andrea with your availability.)
All fees will be paid at the same rate as usual (piece rate for Portfolio Assessments, day rate for Professional Reviews)
The number of Portfolio Assessments assigned to one Assessor will depend on the number of Assessors able to commit to the dates for each cohort (please be prepared to received UP TO up to 4 Portfolios per Assessor)
Professional Reviews will take place at client venues or Ibis House (travel reimbursed as usual).
For the following cohorts, please indicate your ability to commit to the dates specified
It is not necessary to complete both Portfolio Assessments AND Professional Reviews for a cohort - you can choose to do either PAs / PRs for as many of the set dates as you wish, depending on your schedule.
5WD = Assessors must commit to a 5 working day turn-around for Portfolio Assessments
10WD = Assessors must commit to a 10 working day turn-around for Portfolio Assessments
PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP FOR ANY OF THESE DATES IF YOU CANNOT COMMIT TO THEM.
No. Assessors required
4 - 6
6 - 9
4 - 6
2 - 3
w/c 17/10/11 (10wd)
w/c 30/01/12 (10wd)
w/c 10/10/11 (5wd)
w/c 23/01/12 (5wd)
w/c 12/12/11 (Bristol)
w/c 26/03/12 (Bristol)
w/c 21/11/11 (Ibis House / Maidenhead, Berks)
w/c 05/03/12 (Ibis House / Maidenhead, Berks)
Please let Andrea know by 12th September 2011 - Assessor Teams will be assigned to each Cohort by 19th September 2011. If you have not heard by that date, please assume that you have not been selected on this occasion.
Andrea can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
John Zachar and Andrea Kallides
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