You be the judge.
Completing a fair workplace assessment demands understanding and accuracy. Enter a collaborative and stimulating learning environment for a five-day journey through the fundamental principles of assessment, where you will learn the basics and practice their application with the support of an expert facilitator. We use an integrated delivery approach that includes discussions, simulations, case studies and research activities.
In addition to covering the various units of competency, you will also learn how to design effective assessment tools, conduct a number of assessments, practise providing constructive feedback, as well as the development, trial and validation of assessment tools.
Did you know that you may be able to complete your qualification even quicker with our Recognition+ service? Just like Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), your prior formal study can count towards a new qualification. Contact our recognition coordinator for more information.
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5 days (37.5 hours)
Blended (Face to Face & Online), Custom, and Recognition of Prior Learning
TAESS00011 Assessor Skill Set
- Explain the components of a unit of competency.
- Outline the key features, principles and rules of evidence in competency based assessment (CBA).
- Conduct individual and group workplace assessments.
- Carry out assessment validations.
- Choose appropriate methods for gathering evidence.
- Select and/or develop appropriate assessment tools and instruments.
To be deemed competent you will need to complete all assessment activities.
Canberra Institute of Technology
You will gain the skills and knowledge to plan, organise and conduct assessments, including recognition of prior learning (RPL) against a unit or units of competency that align to your workplace or area of expertise. You will also design, develop, trial and review assessment tools and conduct assessment validation sessions.
This program meets the following units of competency from the TAE16 Training and Education Training Package (Version 2.0):
- TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes
- TAEASS402 Assess competence
- TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation
- TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
The program consists of five segments. You will be required to attend a face-to-face classroom session for each segment. Each segment additionally requires pre work (knowledge packets) and homework.
Sessions are delivered 9am-4.30pm fortnightly.
There are no formal prerequisites for this program. To enrol, you will need to have subject matter expertise in your field and have access to a work environment where you can practice and apply your assessment skills.
Do you require further information? To find out more about TAESS00011 Assessor Skill Set, call our Learner Experience team on 6207 4444.
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