A National Moderation Coordinator manages an external moderation process, which is provided for all CITRENZ Sector Members, to help ensure the maintenance of national assessment standards.
This process, approved by NZQA, ensures that all CITRENZ modules taught by Polytechnics are scheduled for moderation at least once every three years.
The National Moderation Coordinator produces a report summarising the feedback from each of the moderators for the March and August moderation rounds, copies of which are sent to each participating Polytechnic.
For further information please email the National Moderation Coordinator, Trevor Nesbit, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderation Reports available for download:
2015, July. Download DOC
Calling all Expert Moderators
Last year CITRENZ established a degree moderation system. The system is a voluntary system run on a cost recovery basis.
The system relies on expert subject moderators moderating materials, which will be submitted through a National Moderator. Expert moderators will be paid for the work done ($300 per course) and will moderate materials in accordance with the agreed moderation procedures.
Expert moderators will be expected to have some experience moderating degree level materials and have a relevant IT qualification.
If you are interested in assisting with the moderation please complete an application form (right click here to download) and email it to the National Degree Moderator, Mary-Clare Proctor, at email@example.com.
Degree Moderation Plan
Any institute wishing to participate in the CITRENZ national degree moderation process should complete an application form (right click here to download) , indicating the dates and details of the courses that you want moderated.
Institutes wishing to participate in the moderation process will be invoiced $350.00 per course, payable after an assessment plan has been agreed and prior to the commencement of moderation of materials.
When submitting materials the following should be included:
Materials for moderation should be sent to the National Degree Moderator, Trevor Nesbit, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Right click here to download an application form.