Audio Recording Policy - PowerPoint by enj12445

VIEWS: 3 PAGES: 12

Audio Recording Policy document sample

More Info
									    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!

								
To top