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Authenticity - Rules of Evidence: How-To!


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Take a detailed look at how Authenticity is applied in Competency-Based Assessment

We explore practical examples of ensuring your operations are collecting authentic evidence for assessment.

Verifying, certifying & authenticating - how do these process differ & when should they be used?

We'll discuss how to ensure the evidence you collect, regardless of assessment method, is authentic with key tips & strategies to support authenticity in your assessment approaches & assessment tools. 

Free! for VET PD Series subscribers - Register via your vetr portal dashboard.

45 minutes in duration.

 

What we'll cover

  Ensuring evidence demonstrates authenticity

  Identity & belonging

  Verifying, certifying & authenticating - how do these processes differ?

  What about online assessment?

  Tips & tricks for your assessments, with practical examples 

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 A Statement of Completion is available on completion of course activities.

 

Here is the course outline:

Key terms & concepts

23 min

Kick off with a look at key terms & definitions related to the area of authenticity, including processes for verifying identity, and the differences between verifying, certifying & authenticating

Assessment methods & authenticity

6 min

A deeper dive into how to ensure authenticity is embedded into asppropriately selected assessment methods

Top tips for authenticity!

22 min

Let's look at top tips for implementing authenticity & our overall summary of the topic

Further vocational education resources

3 min

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Completion

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Statement of Completion
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