Become an Accredited Corporate Member
The Assessors Guild is the professional organisation that will help you – our Accredited Corporate Members to help your company increase your profile in the market place, through having accredited registered practitioners, giving access to industry specific and quality assessed Continued Professional Development (CPD) courses.
The difference between Accredited Corporate Membership and the Standard Corporate Membership is that your organisation will have the extra benefit of an organisation quality assessment and The Assessor Guild quality badge across the whole company. A qualified member of the Assessors Guild team would conduct this assessment.
The Assessors Guild are aware that the majority of Training Providers and End-Point Assessment Organisations (EPAO) recognise there is a vast shortage of the availability of credible and skilled assessors in the marketplace. The Assessors Guild will bring Licenced Training Providers, Employer Providers, EPAOs and Assessors together.
We recognise that we all work in a disparate market place with a variety of news and policy updates in various different places. The Assessors Guild members will have exclusive access to our policy forum, industry news and events. The Assessors Guild are here to serve the Assessors, the training providers and the End-Point Assessment organisations of the United Kingdom as we face the challenges in standards delivery and assessment.
Show your commitment to your Assessors by taking advantage of the discounted and exclusive membership process and accreditation of your trainers. These discounts are only available via corporate or accredited corporate membership.
The Head of The Assessors Guild and our industry recognised support team are here to meet your needs, so why not contact us today on email@example.com or call us on 0300 303 4444. We would be delighted to provide more information and meet with you to discuss your organisations individual needs.
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