Time & Location —
Wednesday, 22 September 2021 — 8.30PM ACST
Oaks Elan, Darwin
Workshop Overview —
The workshop will engage participants in a range of activities.
Creating a stable foundation using a tripod approach between the Training and Assessment Strategy; the Assessment process and practices; and the Vocational competency and currency of trainers and assessors to provide a consistent quality and compliant practices.
- Assessment contextualisation – ensuring the assessment ‘situation’ is appropriate and valid
- Training and Assessment Strategies; and
- Trainer assessor profiles and recording vocational currency in an efficient, effective and innovative manner.
Morning session – Fairness and Flexibility in assessment process and practice that relies upon ensuring the contexts for assessment enable students to respond in reliable and individualised manner.
Afternoon session – The 12 responses to the What, Where, Why, Who and How that determine if the RTOs Training and Assessment Strategies will be compliant and effective; and how to ensure, through industry engagement practices, the relevance of trainer and assessor currency activities in an innovative way.
The workshop will engage participants in a range of activities that focus on the following topics:
Topic 1: Using the Principles of Assessment and the Rules of Evidence to develop fair and flexible assessment contexts that allow for reasonable adjustment specific to the individual.
Topic 2: The 12 minimum requirements for a Training and Assessment Strategy and understanding the differences between ‘Volume of Learning’ and ‘Amount of Training’
Topic 3: Determining vocational currency leveraged off industry engagement that allows vocational currency to be planned in an efficient and effective way.
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Further Information —
For further information on this meeting please send an email to [email protected] or telephone 1300 421 017.
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Presented by: John Price & Associates Pty Ltd
John has been working in Adult Education and VET since 1976 and in that time has been involved with all the National Standards for training prior to AQTF and through to the current 2015 Standards for RTOs
He has assisted more than 300 organisations in Australian to establish their quality training systems that are designed to produce consistent quality outcomes that meet the requirements of industry
Ensuring learners are ready for assessment is a big focus on what he promotes