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Techniques for clustering for effective delivery and assessment
National - Essential Series
Tue 24 Oct 2017, 12:00pm to 1:00pm AEDT
|Location||at your desk, Webinar, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$49|
|Cost inc. GST ||$49|
|Who should attend?||
Clustering units of competency to reflect workplace roles and real world tasks or functions provides opportunities to focus learning and or assessment on whole work activities rather than sub tasks or components of a work activity.
Clustering is educationally good practice.
But what exactly is ‘clustering’? There are many, mostly negative, myths associated with clustering, such as: auditors have advised clustering is not compliant, no more than 3 units can be clustered, clustering is only for higher level qualifications and even that it’s purpose is ‘to save costs’.
Join this webinar to bust your myths and understand more about the benefits, the challenges and the reasons for clustering – for the learner, the trainer/assessor and the RTO.
By the end of this workshop, participants will have the knowledge & skills to:
• Understand the benefits, challenges and opportunities of clustering units of competency
• Understand why, when and what to cluster
• Manage the compliance risks associated with clustering
Facilitated by: Maree Thorne
Maree Thorne has been working within the Vocational Education and Training environment for more than 18 years. Maree is currently the Director of Compliance Assist Pty Ltd and prior to this managed the compliance and regulatory frameworks for Queensland’s second largest TAFE and was a Faculty Director for an additional seven years.
Maree began her career in VET following careers as a primary school teacher and in the hospitality industry in London and Australia, initially training job seeker programs and managing projects in China providing staff training for new international hotels.