Vocational Competence, Currency & Equivalence
Can I train/assess this? What happens when you don’t ‘hold’ the unit.
“I don’t feel comfortable marking this – I don’t hold the unit so don’t think I should”
“I’ve been delivering this unit for ages – why do I have to suddenly fill out a bunch of paperwork to say I can keep doing my job?”
“I have the Diploma of Business. My RTO delivers the Diploma of Business… Perfect match!” Or is it?
“My qualification is the latest version. Units are developed according to industry requirements. Why should I need industry currency?”
“I used to own my own restaurant and now I’m teaching others. Do I really have to have a qualification?”
Do any of the above sound like you or someone you know? If so, and you’re looking for answers, this is the webinar for you!
The Standards for RTOs 2015 clearly outline what is required to train and assess others. When it comes to determining whether the requirements are met, not every trainer/assessor is going to fall neatly in the box.
Register for this webinar to hear about:
- Clause 1.13: what it means and how to demonstrate compliance
- The difference between currency, competency and equivalency and the importance of each
- Ways to map vocational competence and equivalence
- The types of evidence that may be suitable in a claim for vocational competence
- Exceptions to the ‘rule’
- The answers to the above questions
Date: Wednesday 12 August 2020
Time: 10.30am AEST (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne)
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
Book at least 7 days prior using the discount code VOCATION to receive a 10% discount.
Discount! for VET PD Series subscribers - Use your Voucher Code when registering.
Michelle loves learning things, problem-solving and enjoys sharing what she knows with others.
As the Principal of her organisation, Michelle works with her team to provide specialised VET and RTO support services including:
- Writing and resource development
- Assessment review
- Assessment marking
- Assessment validation
- Professional Development information and activities
Michelle is an experienced presenter and facilitator, a qualified trainer and assessor, and has industry qualifications and experience in project management, leadership and management, training and education, and business operations. She holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Adult and Vocational Education, and Training and Development.
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