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When it comes to designing and developing assessments a range of skills are required to visualise, address and implement practices and methods that give learners the best opportunities to achieve competence.
This webinar focusses on the final two elements of the unit of competency TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools. Continuing with the design principles covered in Part One, this session will cover the development of assessment tools and how we ensure, through review and trial, that the tools meet that initial purpose established during the planning and designing stages.
The development and review stages bring our assessment designs to fruition as, once developed, these tangible, stand-alone entities represent the vision we had throughout those initial planning stages. Ultimately our assessment tools must provide clearly instructed requirements for both students and assessors and enable the gathering of evidence that is valid, sufficient, authentic and current. Without these things, our intended purpose cannot be achieved.
Throughout this session, attendees will look at a range of key development considerations including:
This session is for all VET assessors who use assessment tools and is irrespective of whether they are the primary author of those tools. As RTOs are essentially responsible for their assessment systems and resources, whether developed by their own people or purchased from an externally developed source, this session covers the components which are essential for maintaining the compliance of those tools and contextualising them to meet and address student needs and outcomes.
Melanie Alexandra has held a variety of roles across the senior secondary school, vocational, higher and tertiary education sectors including that of Teacher, Trainer and Assessor, Curriculum Manager, RTO Manager, Head of Faculty, Head of Quality Assurance, Education Services Advisor and Senior Lead Auditor.
Over the past decade Melanie has conducted hundreds of regulatory audits and registrations against the current legislated VET Quality Framework and provides a range of focused, quality VET audit and compliance consulting services in support of Registered Training Organisations and providers of VET in Schools.