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Webinar: Third Party Reports and Assessment

13th Sep 2019
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Online

ASSESSMENT ESSENTIALS

Description:

Undertaking assessments in the workplace has many benefits. Not only does it allow students to demonstrate how they are meeting workplace expectations and job ready skills, but it also provides opportunities to nurture and sustain effective industry partnerships. Effective partnerships can extend to employer engagement in workplace assessment.

This webinar explores elements of a practice framework that promotes and sustains employer participation in assessment. We consider when workplaces are appropriate sites for assessment, assessors’ responsibilities, constraints on employer participation, and strategies for workplace evidence gathering.

Participants will gain confidence in their role as a workplace assessor, and their rights, roles and obligations.

Category:

Intermediate (Build on your existing Knowledge):
These sessions are aimed at practitioners that have specialised theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. They employ a wide range of teaching and assessment methods and provide guidance and support to practitioners. 

Audience

These sessions are for Placement Coordinators, Assessors, Assessment Writers, Managers.

Topics Covered

  • When you must use the workplace
  • Ensuring you don’t ask non-assessors to make judgements
  • Guiding your students to provide appropriate evidence
  • Do’s and don’ts in the workplace
  • The difference between observable and non-observable requirements
  • When simulation is a better option

Location

All webinar sessions are held online via BlackBoard Collaborate.

Learning Outcomes

 
  • Strategies for structuring your observation checklist
  • Understanding around what needs to be observed and what doesn’t
  • Understanding when simulations should be used
  • Strategies for how to minimise obligations of the host
  • Knowing the difference between observation and judgement

Facilitator

Sarah Phillips

Sarah has been working in the VET industry since 2005 and in that time held positions in a range of settings across private, Learn Local and TAFE in the fields of eLearning and VET Assessment. She has also worked for the National VET eLearning strategy where she consulted on Strategic development with many industry and VET organisations. 

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