Orientation TAE CTE 2014

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  • Describe cluster units and the assessment requirements.
    Describe the articulation into future courses or career paths – Cert IV to Diploma and arrangement with a number of universities – look at the website or contact appropriate portfolio for details
  • Explain accessing My Central
    Current Students
    Student E-mail
    Follow instructions on screen
  • The Student Portal can be found under Current Students on Central Institute of Technology website www.central.wa.edu.au
    Here students will need their ID and password
    The student portal gives access to personal information, results and Jobs Central
    If students have any problems accessing the Student Portal , they should check that their fees are up to date and then see the Library staff.
    the use of computing facilities is bound by regulations and acceptable use - please refer to the Essentials Handbook or the website for details
    Student accounts are monitored for illegal, inappropriate restricted or objectionable material, but student privacy is respected.
    Remember
    Student Computer User ID or logon and password are found on the bottom of the enrolment form. It is created once they are enrolled. The logon is used for all student access in class, the Library and the Student Portal on the website.
    Their computer password is also found at the bottom of the form. This password will not work if they haven’t paid their fees
  • The Code offers you a framework of acceptable behaviour and covers numerous issues including these ones on screen.
    Things like photocopying, referencing, appropriate computer use etc are covered in the code make sure you are not breaching copyright or committing plagiarism!
    Equal Opportunity legislation is respected and practised at Central Institute of Technology and all students and staff have equal right to access to their education and employment. Discrimination at any level will not be tolerated.
  • If consultants have prescribed books, point these out on the learning plan and advise students where they can obtain the books
    The bookshop has textbooks, stationery and supporting materials required for your course
    They also issue student cards - necessary for using the library and accessing printing and photocopying
    They also have bargain non-academic books, art supplies, cards, gift-wrapping and posters
  • Libraries can help you with all your learning needs. They have books, DVDs, CDs, online Subject Guides, fast, internet-ready computers, wifi access, photocopying and printing facilities and of course friendly staff to help you.
    As well as books and journals there are a huge range of online databases and e-books, as well as helpful tutorials.
    You can get more information from ‘Library Services for Students ’ available from the library.
  • Central is a ‘Vocational Education & Training ‘ (VET) organisation where the emphasis is to prepare students for the workforce.
    Competency Based Training (CBT) is the way courses are delivered and assessed. It means you are able to do the job to the standard required by industry.
    CBT teaches you and assesses you on the whole task. To give you an analogy – if the course was about baking a cake, you need to prove not just that you can memorise a recipe or have a good mixing technique but that you can put all the skills together to make a cake to the standard required by industry.
    Marks are not given. You are simply assessed as to whether you are competent or not.
  • Summative Assessment is the final assessment that is the sum of unit or pre-determined milestone along the way (sometimes called assessment of learning)
    Formative Assessment is undertaking at any time along the way and is an opportunity for students and lecturers to check students progress (sometimes called assessment for learning )
  • Cheating, plagiarism and collusion are deemed serious offences and will not be tolerated at Central Institute of Technology. Check your Essentials Handbook for a full definition of these terms and the consequences of academic misconduct.
    To avoid undue stress and possible re-enrolment, please make sure you fully understand these terms and their significance to all your assessments.
    Check with your lecturer or librarian if you are not sure.
    Lecturers should refer to Academic Practice @ Central http://centralnetarchive/ems/online/P04A.pdf
  • Please ensure that you know exactly what is required of you in the assessment e.g. is it a report or an essay, length, presentation etc…
    Please ensure you have an electronic copy of your assessment in case your original is misplaced.
    Plagiarism is a very important issue, make sure that the work you submit is your own and that you correctly acknowledge the work that you find in books, journals and websites.
    Contribute to improvements in assessment processes by completing student feedback surveys and focus groups when invited to do so
  • Assessment and result codes are;
    CO - Competent
    R- Re enrol
    H- Hold
    A reminder: You need to have paid all your fees to get your results!
  • Students will be offered the opportunity to complete a Learner Needs Checklist [F04A3 on policies procedures forms on the staff intranet] which provides the study area with an indication of the support required by individual students.
    This allows the College to provide you with some assistance which will aid you with your studies and ensure your success.
  • The Desk aims to support students to achieve mental and physical health and wellbeing. Being a student can be a challenging time and many students do not access support services for a range of reasons including time pressures, not knowing where to go for help and feeling embarrassed. Providing resources online means that more people will be able to get help to improve their wellbeing and be able to study more effectively. thedesk offers free access to online modules, tools, quizzes and advice.
    Study Skills Workshops - students who need help with:
    Writing their assignments
    Referencing, or
    are anxious about upcoming exams.
  • If you find that things aren’t working and you are considering withdrawing, TALK to your lecturers first. They can suggest options for you and help you out. e.g.: You can withdraw from one unit without having to withdraw from the whole course.
    Before you withdraw, contact the Student Success Centre on 9202 4323 to discuss your options
    Withdrawals can be made in person at the front desk, by emailing [email_address], by fax or letter.
    No academic penalty – but it does show up on your academic transcript
    Full refunds can be obtained if Central cancels the class for a number of reasons (e.g. declining student numbers)
    Withdraw officially, especially if on a payment plan, as you are still responsible for the debt. Only students who experience financial hardship can request to pay by instalments.
    Details of the refund policy is on the back of the enrolment form
  • Feedback
    Student compliments/complaints
    If you have an issue with your studies please approach your lecturer first on an individual basis. If you are still not satisfied, then approach the Principal Lecturer or Learning Portfolio Manager of the area to see if it can be resolved. Should you still feel aggrieved, then we have a complaints officer and you can put your complaint in writing. The forms for complaints are available from the reception counter at student services. Please allow the portfolio the opportunity to deal with the issue before making a formal complaint.
    Unit evaluation forms are used throughout the college to gather your feedback on your studies – please help us by completing them
    Please remember staff also appreciate the occasional compliment.
  • Orientation TAE CTE 2014

    1. 1. TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training And Assessment Welcome to © Central Institute of Technology 2014 This qualification incorporates learning and assessment related to the roles of individuals delivering training and assessment services in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. If you are currently working in the VET sector you may like to consider Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Please contact the Centre for Training Excellence on 9427 1555 or trainingexcellence@central.wa.edu.au for information on this assessment pathway.
    2. 2. • The course is delivered in a variety of ways depending on your requirements. The blackboard shells have been set up to be for our many different clients What will I be studying? © Central Institute of Technology 2014 Learning Design Cluster Assessment Cluster Delivery and Facilitation Cluster Orientation to Vocational Education and Training (VET) Learning Design Assessment Delivery and Facilitation of Group Learning Delivery and Facilitation of Learning in the Workplace (one to one)
    3. 3. Course Structure © Central Institute of Technology 2014 Learning Design Cluster Assessment Cluster Delivery and Facilitation Cluster Orientation to Vocational Education and Training (VET) Learning Design Assessment Delivery and Facilitation of Group Learning Delivery and Facilitation of Learning in the Workplace (one to one) TAEDES401A Design and develop learning programs TAEDES402A Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills TAEASS401B Plan assessment activities and processes TAEASS402B Assess competence TAEASS403B Participate in assessment validation TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills TAEDEL401A Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction BSBCMM401A Make a presentation TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills TAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace
    4. 4. www.central.wa.edu.au Our website © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    5. 5. • All students must activate their free student email account • Central will be notifying you of important information via your student email • You must access the correspondence and other notifications sent to you via your student email on a regular basis MyCentral © Central Institute of Technology 2014 Information for current students
    6. 6. • User ID and password is found on the bottom of the enrolment form. • Use this for access in class, the Library and the Student Portal • This password will not work if fees have not been paid Student portal log-in © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    7. 7. This can be found on the Central Institute of Technology website or in the Essentials Guide: Student Handbook and covers: •Expected standards of behaviour •Plagiarism •Academic misconduct •Conditions of computer use •Equal opportunity Student Code of Conduct Student Code of Conduct © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    8. 8. • located on level 2, 25 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge • Textbooks, supporting materials, stationery needs, gifts, cards, diaries and more • student cards ($10) • phone: 9427 1212 or Fax: 9427 1979 • email: bookshop@central.wa.edu.au • – see Bookshop page on website under Current Students Bookshop © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    9. 9. • There are no required textbooks for this course. • Through Each Blackboard shell there is a resources Folder. Recommended Reading © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    10. 10. • Access online resources – databases, e-books, course related subject guides and tutorials on writing and information skills • Borrow books, journals, DVDs etc. • Access Study Skills workshops • Ask library staff for help in finding resources helplibrary@central.wa.edu.au • Access a copy of ‘Library Services for Students’ Library © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    11. 11. • All our course communication will take place through Blackboard • For private or confidential matters please email or call your facilitator. Check Contacts on Blackboard for details • It is our commitment to you that responses to communication will be provided within 2 working days How do I contact my consultant? © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    12. 12. • competency based assessment is based on competency standards set by industry • competency means that students have satisfactorily demonstrated:  necessary knowledge and skills  ability to apply knowledge and skills to practical situations and industry standards  relevant employability skills • you do not receive marks for your assessments; you are able to resubmit your assessments What is competency based training (CBT) ? © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    13. 13. • assessments are to be submitted on or before the due date • please provide a medical certificate or other evidence if you are unable to meet the date, or sit an assessment, due to illness • you will be given constructive feedback on your assessments • at the assessors discretion you may be given a 2nd attempt on an assessment if your work meets the majority of the assessment criteria Central’s assessment policy © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    14. 14. Cheating • E.g. Copying or handing in someone else’s work Plagiarism • E.g. Taking another person’s work or ideas and claiming them as your own Collusion • E.g. Two or more students exchange or share work and claim it as their individual effort Academic Misconduct © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    15. 15. • ask your trainer/assessor to clarify what is required • keep a copy of your assignments • start your assignments well before the due date • use the library resources and staff (they can also help with research, referencing and report writing ) • please provide the trainer/assessor with constructive feedback What else should I know about assessments ? © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    16. 16. • Competent (CO) Final result - on review of all the assessments • Re-enrol (R) If final assessment result does not meet the unit requirement and student is required to re-enrol • Hold (H) If assessment result does not meet the unit requirements and students have been advised to resubmit by a negotiated date • If you wish to appeal an academic result, the appeal must be lodged within four weeks of the date of the Statement of Academic Record being issued Recording of Results in a Unit © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    17. 17. • please let your trainer/assessor know if you need any support to help you succeed in your study • this information will remain confidential • there is a variety of support including assistive technology, note takers, literacy and numeracy support, interpreters, etc… • support is for temporary and permanent conditions • The checklist is an online survey in Blackboard We can’t help if we don’t know what you need The Individual Student Needs Checklist © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    18. 18. • Other services include:  The Desk  JobsCentral  Counselling • For more information on these and other services please visit the Current Students tab on our website Other Services © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    19. 19. You may be thinking about withdrawing from a unit/course, however…. • please talk it over with your trainer/assessor first • ask your lecturers about alternatives to withdrawing • Before you withdraw, contact the Student Success Centre on 9202 4323 to discuss your options Details of the refund policy are on the back of the enrolment form I’m thinking about withdrawing… © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    20. 20. • You can give us compliments, suggestions for improvements or complaints by  telephone  letter  email  in person to an employee of Central Institute of Technology  on end-of-unit feedback surveys or forms  internet – Central Institute of Technology website How students give feedback © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    21. 21. • You will have been provided with CTE’s Participant Induction. If you have not yet read it please do so. • If you have misplaced this document or did not receive it please contact trainingexcellence@central.wa.edu.au Participant Induction © Central Institute of Technology 2014
    22. 22. We hope your experience with Centre for Teaching Excellence is challenging, enjoyable and very rewarding and helps you on your road to success. Good Luck © Central Institute of Technology 2014

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