This section provides moderation and other information and resources for MITO registered assessors and training providers.
For all assessment and moderation enquiries please contact us.
MITO registered assessors assess learners against unit standards for which MITO has consent to assess.
For further details on becoming an assessor, as well as policies and procedures for current registered assessors, please download the MITO Registered Assessor Code of Practice below.
The MITO Assessor Portal allows MITO's registered assessors to enter their assessment results electronically. To assist you in the use of the Portal, please download the MITO Portal User Guide below.
Assessment Support Resources
Recognition of Current Competence (RCC) Forms
MITO is responsible for setting the assessment standards in the industries we represent. Moderation ensures that assessment of the unit standards that MITO is the Standard Setting Body (SSB) for is fair, valid and aligns with the national standard. It also provides reassurance that assessors are making consistent judgements about learner performance.
MITO registered assessors and providers are selected to have their assessments moderated based on unit standards which are a focus for MITO or as a result of their moderation history. We will notify each provider or MITO registered assessor of their moderation requirements by email. This may involve participation in a cluster group moderation meeting, and/or postal post-assessment moderation.
MITO Registered Assessors
Those wishing to develop programmes leading to the qualifications for which MITO is the standard setting body (SSB) can engage with MITO during their development process. A list of qualifications for which MITO is the SSB can be downloaded below.
For more information, please contact us.
Cluster Group Workshops are focused on assessment best practice and are a great way of sharing information and ideas, networking, and discussing assessment and moderation methods.
All assessors must attend at least one cluster group workshop every three years.