RPL assessment… …recording and reporting Introducing… • AQTF • Assessment tools • Recording procedures • Notification to candidate • Issue parchments • Reporting AQTF… • Essential Standard 1: – The RTO provides quality training and assessment across all of its operations. • 1.5 Assessment (including RPL) • Focus – RPL policy, procedures, tools, recording and reporting, validation, continuous improvement and quality indicators Assessment tools… • Streamlined and user friendly • Clear guidelines for candidates and assessors • The recording documents are the assessor’s assurance that the process and evidence are appropriate and validated Recording procedures… • Recording methods – written, audio, video • Use assessment instruments to record information about evidence • Summarise process and evidence Notification to candidate … • Ensure the candidate knows… – they’re successful – they need to fill gaps – their career / learning pathway Issue parchments… • Issue appropriate parchment/s • Use an appropriate method of congratulating the candidate • Record the relevant data Reporting… • Record in RTO’s administrative system • CQR – client qualification register • AVETMISS • STELA Recap… • AQTF • Assessment tools • Recording procedures • Notification to candidate • Issue parchments • Reporting RPL actions… What are the first steps for you in relation to recording and reporting RPL? Identify 3 priority actions that will help you develop recording and reporting processes and tools. Resources… • RPL assessment process, methods and tools, handout, DFEEST / COAG Program, 2009 • RPL Record of outcome, handout, DFEEST / COAG Program, 2009 • RPL Evidence summary, handout, DFEEST / COAG Program, 2009 • Other resources and references available at www.training.sa.gov.au (Links and Resources) Thank you… And…over to you!
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