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Ensuring third party assessment tools are compliant
National - Introduction Series
Tue 21 Aug 2018, 12:30pm to 1:30pm EST
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
Buying third party assessment tools is a quick and cost-effective way of getting started with a unit or qualification. However, there are many third-party assessment resources in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) marketplace that are non-compliant, even though their supporting documents claim that these tools meet Training Package requirements.
This mean that it becomes very costly to have the tools updated and contextualised, as well as puts your training organisation at risk of being found non-compliant by an ASQA audit. This then adds the additional expense and embarrassment when students are required to be re-assessed with updated tools.
Therefore, it is important that you carefully review third party’s assessment tools to see that they are compliant – either before purchasing them or whether you are using third party assessment tools now.
Join the webinar to find out how to do this.
- Understand the impact of buying and/or using non-compliant third party assessment tools
- Evaluate third party assessment tools to determine whether they are compliant
- Take the necessary steps to update non-compliant third party assessment tools or find compliant assessment tools
Facilitated by: Allison Miller
Allison Miller has been a professional learning leader for nearly 25 years. More recently, Allison has been involved in writing assessment and learning tools to support audit rectification requirements, especially for the online environment. Allison has a Master of Learning and Development (Organisational Development), Bachelor of Education (Secondary Business), Diploma of VET, and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She also leads the ePortfolios Australia professional network and the annual Australian Eportfolio Forum.