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This webinar will broke the process down of developing quality observation checklists for evidence gathering.
Units of competency describe both the skills and knowledge (amongst other aspects) that students must demonstrate in order to be deemed competent.
Evidence of these judgments needs to be retained for a period of time, but how do we keep evidence of a student's performance of skills for the cake they baked months ago? One solution is to ensure the RTO uses comprehensive observation checklists to keep a record of the performance of skills. This webinar will break the process down of developing quality observation checklists for evidence gathering.
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Kerri Buttery has worked in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector for two decades as a Trainer/Assessor, RTO Manager and also as a Senior Lead Auditor. Kerri has worked as a consultant for a range of organisations in the areas of establishing Registered Training Organisations (RTOs), conducting internal audits, consulting on VQF compliance, developing accredited courses, convening conferences and events, developing training and assessment materials, conducting professional development workshops and delivering Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She also specialises in eLearning consulting, with a particular focus on the Canvas LMS by Instructure.
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