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Webinar Bundle - Applying the Rules


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Overview

Explore applying the Rules of Evidence in detail!

Digital short course + live events bundle!

 

 

Three live sessions, Mondays in August - a deep dive into the Rules of Evidence

Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan as we consider each of the four Rules of Evidence, going beyond the definitions into practical examples of ensuring your operations are implementing robust assessment processes and can justify the assessment judgements being made.

 

Webinar bundle package details

This webinar bundle package comprises:

  Assessment Essentials and Evidence Essentials digital short courses included as your 'pre-live event' activities, covering the basics (60 mins)

Plus...

  Three Live webinars:

  • Applying the Rules: Currency & Authenticity - Monday 5 August, 1pm AEST (50 mins)
  • Applying the Rules: Sufficiency - Monday 12 August, 1pm AEST (50 mins)
  • Applying the Rules: Validity - Monday 19 August, 1pm AEST (50 mins)

Investment: $59.40 inc GST.   

Free! for VET PD Series subscribers. 
Use your Discount Code to register!

As these webinars include live demonstrations, it is recommended that participants join the event on a large screen (computer / TV / projector) rather than handheld device.

 

What we'll cover

  Assessment Essentials digital short course:

  • Assessment requirements summary of the Standards for RTOs 2015 

  • Assessment types, forms & methods

  • Assessment tools & records retention

  • Common assessment & RPL pitfalls causing operational & audit angst

  Evidence Essentials digital short course:

  • What is evidence?

  • Forms of evidence

  • Rules of evidence

 

& during the live events...

      Applying the Rules: Currency & Authenticity webinar:

    • Ensuring evidence demonstrates current competency

    • How do you determine the present or the very recent past?

    • Confirming evidence reflects the learner's own work

    • What about online assessment?

      Applying the Rules: Sufficiency webinar:

    • Quality, quantity & relevance of evidence 

    • How the use of other parties may support sufficiency

    • Interpreting Assessment Requirements documents

    • Specific unit of competency, practical examples in different assessment contexts, with the latest regulator guidance  

      Applying the Rules: Validity webinar:

    • What is meant by assured?

    • Ensuring unit of competency coverage

    • Interpreting Assessment Requirements documents

    • Aligning assessment contexts, methods, approaches & tools 

       

      With all sessions including practical examples, Tips & tricks for your assessments & common regulator audit findings & feedback

       

       

      Our Community Advisor - Phill Bevan

      A veteran education advisor, Phill offers a wealth of practical understanding, knowledge and expertise across key education provider operating requirements. As a qualified auditor, he has leveraged these skills in hundreds of internal reviews & regulator audits to support issue identification and robust business improvement projects.

      Holding BSZ, TAA & TAE training package qualifications in addition to his Masters of Education with specialisation in competency based training, Phill has two decades of RTO operational experience with scores of providers including extensive national projects with ASX listed companies, universities, TAFEs, associations, government departments and various boutique private education providers. He is the author of vetr's respected Assessment Tools Templates Pack now in use in over 150 VET providers nationally.

       


      A Statement of Completion is issued on completion of the Assessment Essentials & Evidence Essentials digital short courses.
      A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of each of the live event activities.

       

      Note:

      • The recording of each live event will be available to all participants through until 30 September 2019.
      • A PDF version of any event presentation material is provided on conclusion of each event.

       

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