You must first complete the training as an assessor and complete a Portfolio of Evidence for assessment. on being declared competent the ETDP SETA will issue a certificate of competency. You would then apply to the Merseta to register as an assessor against specific qualifications or unit standards for which you are seen to be a subject matter expert. The Seta will then register you as a constituent assessor.
In regards to the above when you applying to merSETA for accreditation as an assessor or moderator does this mean that we must have completed unit standards that fall under merSETA to be a subject matter expert.
Hi Diane. you can register with any SETA for any of their programmes. Yes, to register you would first have to qualify in unit standard 115753 and on receipt of your statement of Results from ETDP SETA you can then register for unit standards and/or qualification where you consider yourself to be a subject matter expert. You must be qualified at at least one level above the levels you wish to assess. The same will apply to moderators. Hope this helps.