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Assessor/Moderator Registration

Fasset only accepts the following applications for assessor / moderator registration:

  • Re-registration of assessors and moderators where registration has lapsed.
  • New applications for assessors and moderators affiliated with a Fasset accredited provider.
  • New applications for assessors and moderators affiliated with new training provider accreditation applications.
Click here to access the online registration platform. The manual for online registration of assessors and moderators can be accessed here.

Criteria for Registration as an Assessor with Fasset

The assessor should meet the following criteria:

  • Have been deemed competent and certified for the generic Assessor Unit Standard (Unit Standard 115753 – Conduct outcomes-based assessment) by an ETDP SETA accredited provider
  • Have a qualification at least one NQF level higher than the qualification/s or unit standard/s applied for AND/OR
  • Have work experience related to the qualification/s or unit standard/s which contributed to the assessor’s subject matter expertise AND/OR
  • Have an endorsement from the relevant professional body, where applicable
  • Experience and expertise associated with assessment of education and training is deemed an advantage

Criteria for Registration as a Moderator with Fasset

The moderator should meet the following criteria:

  • Be registered with Fasset as an assessor
  • Have been deemed competent and certified for the generic Moderator Unit Standard (Unit Standard 115759 – Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessment) by an ETDP SETA accredited provider
  • Have experience in outcomes-based assessment
Fasset reserves the right to request additional information from an applicant during the evaluation.

Assessor / Moderator Registration Process

  • Complete the Fasset Online Registration application form (Click here to access the platform)
  • Attach all relevant and supporting documentation
  • Submit the application and supporting documentation to the Fasset Processing and Quality Assurance department
  • If you will be assessing any of the Professional Body/Quality Assurance Partner qualifications, you will need to attach a letter of recommendation from the relevant Professional Body with your application form
  • When the application form has been evaluated against the set criteria, assessors will be notified in writing and issued with a registration certificate, registration number, and requirements for continued registration

List of supporting documents

Electronic copies of the following documents must be uploaded as part of the application process:

  • Statement of Results issued by ETDP SETA
  • Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Certified copies of relevant qualifications
  • Letter of endorsement issued by the professional body, where applicable
  • Certified copy of identify document / passport / other proof of identity

De-Registration Process

Fasset will de-register assessors for the following reasons:

  • If an assessor has breached the code of conduct and compromised the integrity of the learner achievements
  • Where an assessor has assessed outside of the scope of registration
  • Where an assessor has requested de-registration
Should an assessor be de-registered for misconduct, the following bodies or authorities could be informed:
  • Fasset’s Chief Executive Officer
  • Quality Council for Trades and Occupations
  • South African Qualifications Authority
  • Department of Higher Education and Training
  • Any relevant QAB’s

Fasset Appeals Process

Assessors who have been de-registered or have not been granted registration may appeal against the decision by:

  • Submitting a written notice of appeal to the PQA Director within 10 working days of the decision
  • The Appellant has a further 10 working days to submit a statement setting out the grounds for the appeal, accompanied by the relevant documentation, to the PQA Director
  • The appeal will be forwarded to Fasset’s Appeals Committee who will consider the evidence and make decisions to either accept or reject the appellant’s claim
  • The PQA Director will communicate the Committee’s decision to the appellant in writing and thereafter, the appellant may submit a further appeal to QCTO