We welcome applications for new assessors where there is an identified need from industry. Whether via a webinar or face-to-face, all new assessors need to attend a workshop as part of their training. If you're interested in going to a workshop, give us a shout.
Below, you can find our updated assessor training schedule for 2020. Please note that initially the workshops will be run as webinars. From mid-July, we will begin to consider in-person workshops, on a case-by-case basis. We’ll be guided by the alert level and restrictions that are in place at the time.
If we get a special request for a workshop, a larger group, or an industry-specific group, we will do our best to run a face-to-face workshop, if the restrictions allow.
A webinar will take place over two days, while a face-to-face workshop will be completed in one day. If we opt for an in-person workshop, this may replace the existing webinar that was planned, or we may run both.
Keep in mind that our dates do change depending on demand - so look out for updates. This is because in order to deliver a quality training experience, we need a minimum of four attendees for a webinar, and eight for a face-to-face workshop.
Have a chat to one of our friendly learning support advisors to see if assessing is the right option for you.
And please get your application form in six weeks before the event date, so there is plenty of time to confirm details and make travel arrangements.
17 June | Webinar for aquatics and community recreation assessors – Recognition of Current Competency
29-30 June | Webinar for attendees of cancelled Auckland workshop in March
14-15 July | Webinar for new applicants
15-16 July | Webinar for NZ Rugby League | Auckland, if face-to-face
29-30 July | Webinar
12-13 August | Webinar | Christchurch, if face-to-face
16-17 September | Webinar | Auckland, if face-to-face
21-22 October | Webinar | TBC
18-19 November | Webinar | Wellington, if face-to-face
16-17 December | Webinar