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The act of conducting assessment doesn’t just happen – it takes careful planning and preparation to ensure that a whole range of items align to create ‘the perfect storm’ for assessment.
This planning needs to setup the assessment process to ensure the right evidence is gathered while providing support to the learner through the assessment process. Finally, the assessor needs to be able to evaluate that evidence to make a valid judgement about competence, either for stand-alone or clustered units, and follow the required recording and reporting procedures to recognise the achievement of the unit(s). There needs to be solid assessment systems in place to ensure this process produces reliable outcomes.
This webinar, specifically designed to provide professional development that directly aligns with the unit of competency TAEASS402, will explore:
What to consider when preparing for assessment
How to gather quality evidence
The importance of supporting the learner in the assessment process
Keys to making the assessment decision
Critical requirement of reporting and recording
David Garner is the Principal Consultant at [consult dg] and provides advice, development and research to the VET sector. He has worked in a variety of compliance related roles for over 15 years.
Most recently, as the General Manager Regulatory Operations for the Australian Skills Quality Authority, David was responsible for implementing ASQA’s regulatory strategy nationally, including monitoring compliance of both training providers, and intending providers, against the VET Quality Framework and Educational Services for Overseas Students Act.
David was also Director, Training Quality, in the Queensland Department of Education and Training. Prior to joining the Queensland department in 2005, David worked in and managed training providers for many years. David has been active in sports administration for over 30 years and sat for many years on the board of the Queensland Fitness, Sport and Recreation Skills Alliance.