Validating Assessment Judgements: How-To!
See an assessment judgement validation in practice
Take a detailed look at the process of validating assessment judgements.
We dive deep into assessment judgement validation requirements including tasks that were administered, applying the Principles of Assessment & Rules of Evidence, applying benchmark marking guidance, justifying judgements made & improvements to assessment practice.
Using an assessment judgement example, we'll engage in the validation of assessment judgements beyond the mere 'tick, it's compliant,' delving into the quality of assessments undertaken, key practice challenges, documenting validation findings and recommendations for rectification!
And we're providing vetr's Assessment Judgement Validation Report template for you to use -
follow along & document your own judgement validations during the course!
2 hours in duration.
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What we cover
Validation terms & definitions
Checking context & conditions of assessment
Reviewing tasks that were administered
Applying the Principles of Assessment & Rules of Evidence
Considering application of assessment decision-making rules & benchmarks
Considering records completed
Documenting validation findings
Discussing improvements to assessment practice
With volumes of tips & tricks along the way!
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Scenarios based on real VET experiences
I thought I had a sound grasp on validating assessment judgements - I learnt so much
Confirm your understanding of current terms, definitions & requirements, & implement robust approaches!
A Statement of Completion is available on completion of course activities.
Assessment including Competency-Based Assessment
- Prepare for validation
- Contribute to validation outcomes
- Record and report findings
Here is the course outline:
Scenario - Henry & Janet
Scenario - Validating Judgements
Template: Assessment Judgement Validation Report
Further vocational education resources
The following statements are received when the course is completed:
|Statement of Completion|