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19 July 2017
This webinar is designed for VET practitioners, to offer ideas to cover foundation skill requirements in assessment validation. Assessment validation aims to ensure that our assessment materials, tasks and procedures enable candidates to demonstrate observable behaviours to the “acceptable level” (Standards for RTOs). But how do we work out what ‘acceptable levels’ are, in terms of foundation skills? And how do we ensure our assessment materials, tasks and procedures assess foundation skills to this ‘acceptable level’?
In this webinar endeavour to answer these questions. We’ll explain how foundation skills relate to the validation process and offer suggestions to ensure validation criteria sufficiently covers foundation skills.
This event is a pre-approved professional development opportunity offering 25 Right Way Professional Development Points.
Presented by Ann Leske and Chemene Sinson, you will be provided with the following resources after the event:
Ann Leske has been involved in education and training for 19 years as an adult language literacy and numeracy teacher, project manager, researcher, and consultant. Her passion is to enable learners to successfully build foundation skills, complete courses, or progress to further adult education or training opportunities. Ann leads professional development and consultations across Australia to assist workplaces, RTOs, and teachers with LLN insight to confidently approach LLN delivery.
Chemène specialises in adult education, learning and performance across various industry sectors, both within Australia and internationally. She designs and facilitates TAE programs and materials for numerous RTOs and is a sought-after speaker and facilitator on topics related to TAE or ‘best practice’ facilitation and learning. Chemène promotes a ‘foundation skill focus’ as critical to effective teaching, in any adult learning context.
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