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    • Assessment Organisational requirements
      • Quality assurance procedures
      • Systems and processes
      • Operating procedures
      • Goals, objectives, business and performance plans
      • Ethical standards
      • OHS policies and procedures
      • Confidentiality requirements
      • Workplace documents
      • Specific roles performed by staff
    • Legal and ethical requirements
      • The AQTF 2007 standards
      • Code of practice for assessors
      • Legislation (OHS, Privacy, Anti-discrimination, etc)
      • Industry standards/regulations
      • Awards and agreements or other relevant industrial arrangements
      • Industry codes of practice
    • Implementing the Assessment Plan
      • Who should you confirm the assessment plan with?
      • There may be a number of people involved in or affected by the assessment process
      • All people involved in or affected by the assessment process need to be aware that assessment is taking place
    • Briefing the candidate
      • What does the candidate need to know?
        • What is in the plan that affects the candidate?
        • What are the aspects of the plan that you need to tell the candidate about?
        • How will you communicate it?
    • Assessors need to:
      • Communicate a clear understanding of each other’s roles and responsibilities
      • Develop a shared expectation of how the assessment process will work
      • Provide opportunities for two-way feedback
      • Involve candidates
    • Documenting the assessment
      • At the very least your records should include the following information
        • Name of candidate
        • Name of assessor
        • Date of assessment/s
        • Location of assessment
        • Benchmarks assessed
        • Evidence required/provided
        • Methods and tools used
        • Assessment results
        • Feedback details
        • Any appeals or follow-up procedures