There is a class of educator that seems to want their hand held ...
Often I see different educators in different 'situations', where standards verification suddenly elicits a denouncement of any grey matter and sense of ownership (or responsibility) by other educators.
In plain english, when an inspector calls, suddenly they seem to know less than when you meet them in a more 'normal' context.
They will ask you want you 'want', knowing full well what the standard requirements are. I often respond with an open reply ensuring that they make the decision. As what they are often trying to do is pin it on me, rather than accepting that they are the ones responsible for all of their standards verification processes.
In some respects; maybe out of a notion of fear (or uncertainty) they do want their hands held. As this has such an impact upon them. Yet when I encounter some centres that simply contact me then ship out their work for confirmation, I know that there are many others who are very comfortable with owning the process themselves.