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Your Way: Planning Assessment Activities & Processes


This 1-hour webinar is from our suite of Your Way offerings.

It is ready to be presented to your staff, at a time that suit you! Need more information? Simply fill out our enquiry form below for a quote. 

As trainers and assessors, we are familiar with the unit TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes.

It defines the skills and knowledge required to plan an assessment strategy. It applies to individuals with assessment planning responsibilities. These responsibilities include identifying components of assessment tools, analysing and interpreting assessment tools, and developing assessment instruments and assessment plans.To ensure that our assessment suits the specific needs of learners, the assessment ‘planner’ should determine the appropriate assessment approach/es and incorporate these into their plan (including modification and contextualisation of the assessment activities and processes as required).

This webinar applies these requirements to the assessment planning work you do in your industry area.Acknowledging that units of competence, as written, are generic, designed to be applicable in different industry contexts and with different learner groups, this webinar focuses in particular on contextualisation to:

(1)   meet the particular needs of your learners;
(2)   address the requirements of the assessment environment in which you are working; and
(3)   align assessment activities with the work roles associated with your specific industry area.

Key topics covered

  • Preparation of a documented assessment plan
  • Addressing major features of a unit of competency in assessment activities and processes
  • Methods of assessment
  • Assessment tools and assessment instruments
  • Guidelines for contextualisation of unit(s) of competency and assessment tools
  • Contextualisation of commercially available assessment resources
  • Incorporation of reasonable adjustment strategies
  • The purpose and features of evidence, and different types of evidence, used in competency-based assessments, including RPL
  • Principles of assessment and rules of evidence

Who should attend

  • Trainers
  • Assessors
  • Training Managers
  • VET Teachers
  • Curriculum Developers
  • Compliance Managers

What to expect

  • PowerPoint
  • Recording of the webinar (three months access)
  • Additional electronic resources
  • Electronic Statement of Attendance

Presenters

John Dwyer

Consultant

John Dwyer is a national VQF/AQTF trainer/assessor and consultant with experience in education and training spanning more than 60 years. He brings extensive Registered Training Organisation (RTO) experience and has a comprehensive history in developing and delivering a range of workshops and webinars on assessment, compliance, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), moderation and validation processes relating to VQF/AQTF compliance.

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