The Assessors that we work with..
We work with a variety of highly skilled Assessors throughout Wales, the UK and Europe.
This network of Assessors are usually contractors in their own right; this means that we are able to provide a unique experience to our customers from people who practice what they teach.
A number of these Assessors are also FISA recognised.
We run an annual Standard Settings for our Assessors, as well as practical training events, to ensure best practice and standardisation within this network.
Want to become an Assessor?
You first need to hold, or be working towards, a full recognised Teaching Qualification or Instructional Techniques Certificate.
This will provide you with the skills and techniques you need to become an effective Instructor and/or Assessor.
You should also hold appropriate technical qualifications, including Fist Aid at Work, and have a good knowledge and experience of Health & Safety and Risk Assessment.
If you are interested in becoming an Assessor please get in touch with mwmac Ltd to discuss your plans; we will advise you accordingly.
For further information on becoming a City & Guilds NPTC Assessor please visit www.nptc.org.uk/assessordefault.aspx
For further information on becoming a Lantra Instructor &/or Assessor please visit https://www.lantra.co.uk/awards/become-instructor-or-assessor
For further information on becoming a European Chainsaw Certificate Assessor please visit www.efesc.org/certificate
For further information on becoming a FISA recognised assessor (for those already Training & Assessing) please visit http://www.ukfisa.com/training/fisa-trainers/how-to-become-a-fisa-trainer.html