How will you be assessed and how has this changed for the CIPD 2021 qualifications?
There are still written assessments at each level which are set by the CIPD, often in the form of a report. The idea is that they look a little like a document you might submit to senior leadership to put forward a recommendation on a new idea or system.
At level 3 and 5 these written assessments follow the learning objectives for the module. Whereas at level 7 the learning objectives are more intertwined throughout the assessment.
The CIPD Level 3 no longer includes practical in class assessments. If you study with Acacia we will still give you the opportunity to will work with your tutor and peers to perfect these skills in a safe environment.
At Level 7 you will no longer have to complete the two national exams, this content is now covered via assignment work. There is however still a 7000-word research project on an aspect of HR or L&D of your choice.