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Workplace Assessors

Become a workplace assessor

A workplace assessor is a person, such as an experienced supervisor or manager, who works in an organisation that has trainees. They are registered with ServiceIQ as a workplace assessor to assess employees in their workplace.

As a minimum you must hold the national Unit Standard 4098: Use standards to assess employees performance, or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.

You must be able to demonstrate that you have the technical expertise to assess against the applicable unit standards. Ideally, this means that you will have the unit standards listed on your New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Record of Achievement, and have proven experience in the subject you wish to assess.You must also be currently employed in a relevant workplace.

You must be able to communicate well, both written and verbally, since assessment involves keeping good documentation, and having probing discussions with employees.

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If you are interested in becoming a workplace assessor, you can contact us or get us to call you.

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Workplace assessor support

We are delighted to support you with everything you need to succeed in this vital role for your trainees, your business, and industry.


Your support service includes an experienced and dedicated team that is available to help ServiceIQ Registered Workplace Assessors all over the country. You can count on us to provide helpful answers and solutions to any questions or issues you may have.

We can help you with everything:
  • assessment advice and guidance
  • Workplace Assessment Guides
  • understanding moderation
  • how to report trainee credits following assessment
  • extending your assessor scope.

And we make sure you are kept up to date with important news and any assessment changes you need to know to help trainees achieve unit standards and gain a qualification.

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Our experienced team is here to support you so if you need help. Please be sure to give them a call or email.