Webinar: Understanding the Volume of Learning Requirements
QUALITY, COMPLIANCE & AUDITING
The descriptions of ‘volume of learning’ given in the AQF materials is based on a full qualification. Hence it is not always helpful when trying to determine how much time a student should be spending on an individual unit of competence within that qualification. Nor does it seem to consider that some qualifications have as much as twice the number of units of competence than others.
This webinar teases out such dilemmas and helps planners develop a ‘defensible argument’ for the volume of learning they attribute to a qualification and each unit within that qualification.
Introductory (New to the topic):
These sessions are aimed at practitioners that have a broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. They operate independently and seek guidance when necessary.
Any person involved in compliance issues for an RTO
What the Standards say
What the AQF guidelines say
Some dilemmas associated with volume of learning
Qualifications vs individual units
Developing a defensible argument
All webinar sessions are held online via BlackBoard Collaborate.
- Increased understanding of the volume of learning requirements for RTOs
Increased understanding of the AQF guidelines
Awareness of some challenges associated with volume of learning for qualifications Vs for individual units of competence
Considerations for a defensible argument for the volume of learning your RTO develops in the TAS
Anni has worked in the vocational education and training sector for 25 years and has worked in many roles to design and deliver courses, assessor qualifications, assessment and compliance in that time.
Email Organiser & Event Location
VDC Events Team
1300 917 150
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