Consider key components of recognition assessment tool design
Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan as we develop robust recognition instruments in a task based RPL approach using real unit of competency examples!
Examine ensuring clear instructions & tasks from an RPL perspective, documenting the assessment context, applying the Principles of Assessment & Rules of Evidence & reasonable adjustment considerations.
Using real unit of competency examples and assessment contexts, we'll engage attendees in the development of assessment tools, delving into what makes assessment tools fit-for-purpose, usable & efficient!
Date: Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Time: 2.00pm AEDT
Duration: 2 hours
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
As this webinar includes a live web solution demonstration, it is recommended that participants join the event on a large screen (computer / TV / projector) rather than handheld device.
What we'll cover
Developing recognition instruments in a task based RPL approach
Ensuring clear instructions
Applying the Principles of Assessment & Rules of Evidence
Reasonable adjustment considerations
Unit clustering considerations
With volumes of tips & tricks along the way!
Our Community Advisor - Phill Bevan
As a master assessor, Phill has undertaken tens of thousands of assessments with thousands of students in public, not-for-profit, private and enterprise provider contexts. As a qualified auditor, he has leveraged these skills in hundreds of internal reviews & regulator audits to support issue identification and robust assessment improvement projects. Phill has two decades of Assessment Tool development experience including writing assessment tools for major enterprises - ASX listed companies, TAFE Institutes, Enterprise RTOs, University dual sector providers & major private colleges - as well as working with national VET publisher teams on assessment design, and technology providers on effective digital assessment practices. His work has been deployed with student cohorts in excess of 5,000 candidates using a single designed unit of competency tool.
Holding BSZ, TAA & TAE training package qualifications at Certificate IV and Diploma level, in addition to his Masters of Education with specialisation in competency based training, Phill is the author of vetr's Assessment Tools Templates Pack now in use with hundreds of VET providers nationally.
A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.
Note the recording of the live event will be available to all participants for 7 days after the event.