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Circuit Rider Training & Standards Session Slides …

Circuit Rider Training & Standards Session Slides

Presented by Ian Runeckles (Lasa) & Marc Osten (Summit Collaborative)
In this session participants will receive an update on the newly published Circuit Rider
Principles.

Then the participants will engage in a discussion related to standards and benchmarks that are being developed to help Circuit Riders focus their ongoing skills
development. Examples of standards and benchmarks will be shared to stimulate the
discussion. We’ll also look at “learning accountability” scenarios – how will Riders
evidence their learning?

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  • 1. Circuit Rider Training and Standards Circuit Rider Conference 2008 29 February 2008
  • 2. Session plan • Introductions • Training and standards – progress • Circuit Rider principles • Organisational ICT standards, benchmarks and Rider skills (CR Skills Guides) • Learning accountability • Wrap 1
  • 3. Training and Standards – progress (1) • Research • UK ICT training and accreditation • CR training, needs, resources, etc • July 2007 • Principles • Standards to skills effort • Project scenarios 2
  • 4. Training and standards – progress (2) • Formation of Advisory Group • Standards to Skills to Personal Learning Plans • Publication of Principles • Conference 2008! • BASIS work… 3
  • 5. Circuit Rider Principles • Development of principles • Publication January 2008 - www.lasa.org.uk/circuitriders/principles.shtml • Organisational and individual signatories www.lasa.org.uk/circuitriders/signatories.shtml • Logo 4
  • 6. Standards & skills development • Why use VCO ICT Standards as the basis of our skills development? 1. Guide our personal learning efforts 2. Focus CR training efforts  CURRICULUM  MATERIALS  PEDAGOGY/APPROACH 5
  • 7. There are de facto ICT Standards For example: • ICT Planning Standard - ICT needs (infrastructure and strategic) are identified, prioritised, planned for and approved by organisational leadership based on an assessment. 6
  • 8. Standards to Skills • Standard related topics and guidelines function as sign- posts to the skills we need to help a VCO reach the standard. 7
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  • 10. CAUTION • The topics and guidelines do not function as a benchmarking tool for VCO performance related to the standard. • Many benchmarking, assessment and planning tools already exist 9
  • 11. The Skills Scenario • These are the core skills I need as a Circuit Rider regardless of the standard I am trying to help the VCO meet. • These are the specific skills basic or advanced skills I need to help organisations meet a specific standard • I need to identify what these skills are and ensure that I am capable to provide excellent service • I need resources to develop and/or sharpen these skills 10
  • 12. Circuit Rider Skill Reference Guide Exercise • Review topics & guidelines • Brainstorm skills • Core Skills • Specific Skills • Basic • Advanced 11
  • 13. What is ‘Learning accountability’ • Recognition by a ‘body’ of skills and knowledge demonstrated by individuals (the personal learning) 12
  • 14. Levels National Qualification Framework Entry Level 3 Level 4 Selection criteria? Core Specialist Essential skills & Skills/knowledge Existing knowledge skills/knowledge? •Introduction to •Further skill the programme sets Personal •Deeper learning Plan •Induction training knowledge base 13
  • 15. Entry level skills & knowledge examples • What is a VCS organisation? • General ICT appreciation • Circuit Rider roles and skills required • Personal learning plan 14
  • 16. Core level skills & knowledge examples • VCS business systems (fundraising, administration, case management, accounting etc) • VCS ICT needs (desktop & portable computing, networks, data management, web content management, security, training, tech support) • ICT strategic values and opportunities 15
  • 17. Specialist skills & knowledge examples • ICT assessment and planning • Consulting skills (listening & communication skills, client centred) • Continuous learning • Project scoping • Project evaluation • Developing self-sufficiency 16
  • 18. Evidence • Presentation of portfolio of evidence • Evidence should be work-based, related directly to record keeping normally expected when working with client e.g. consultation log, report 17
  • 19. Assessment • Awarding bodies will require evidence to be assessed • Assessment by combination of self- assessment, peer assessment and mentoring 18
  • 20. Assessment process Induction Learning takes place Training/Learning Plan Training and on-the-job Learning recorded Evidence (portfolio) Evidence Assessed Self, peer - mentor Evidence Verified Internally verified – e.g. by LASA/LVSC Certification Externally verified - The Awarding Body 19