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Webinar: Currency Documentation & Retention of Evidence

13th Apr 2021
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Online, Australia


Do you know how long you need to keep assessment evidence for? And the rule and regulations for secure disposal of evidence?

If assessment evidence has you confused – make sure you’re covered with this unmissable webinar.

Covering everything you need to know, from what types of evidence should be collected, how to ensure your assessment strategies are collecting valid, sufficient, current and authentic evidence through to the types of evidence of assessment, how we should retain the evidence, for how long and then how to dispose of assessment evidence.


Introductory (new to the topic)

Professional learning aimed at practitioners that have a broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. 


This webinar is suited for VET teachers, trainers and educators, assessors and managers.

Topics Covered

  • What is evidence of assessment
  • Why we need to retain evidence
  • How long we should keep evidence for
  • What is practical to retain
  • How to store evidence and recall it when required
  • How to dispose of evidence and keep records.


All webinar sessions are held online via Zoom.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding of what types of evidence should be collected
  • Develop assessment strategies which collect valid, sufficient, current and authentic evidence.
  • Know how to collect evidence and for how long to keep it.
  • Understanding of how to dispose of assessment evidence and when. 


Kevin Ekendahl

Kevin has extensive experience in compliance consulting and internal auditing to educational providers, as well as educational and VET sector policy advice to ministers and government departments at state and federal levels.

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