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    • Topic1: Preparing for assessment
      TAEASS402A Assess competence
      Participant Workbook pages 9 to 18
    • At the end of this session, you should know how to:
      prepare for assessment including:
      interpreting assessment plan
      confirming organisational arrangements
      accessing benchmarks and assessment tools
      arranging materials and resources
      organising specialist support.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
    • Your vocational competence
      the AQTF describes requirements for trainers and assessors
      an assessor must have relevant assessment and vocational competence
      assessment competence – through this course
      vocational competence – current expertise in a particular area, e.g. trade, profession, industrial experience.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
      Participant Workbook page 9
    • The assessment plan
      information regarding candidates, purpose of assessment and context
      benchmarks for assessment, e.g. unit of competency
      assessment methods and tools
      resources and materials required
      specialist support
      organisational and legal requirements.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
      Participant Workbook page 10
    • Individual needs
      Individual needs might arise around:
      medical condition
      physical impairment
      psychiatric or psychological disability
      isolation
      religious and spiritual differences.
      age
      culture
      gender
      intellectual impairment
      language, literacy and numeracy levels
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
      Participant Workbook page 14
    • Reasonable adjustment
      ‘reasonable adjustment’ in legislation relates to people with a disability
      however, all candidates for assessment will benefit from inclusive practice
      tailor practice to individual learner requirements.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
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      Participant Workbook page 15
    • Some suggestions
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    • Other adjustments
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    • A collaborative process
      Others in the assessment process include:
      other assessor or trainers
      client
      team leaders, managers, supervisors
      technical and subject experts
      administration or support staff
      specialist support services
      employee and employer representatives.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
      Participant Workbook page 16
    • The next step
      You should now:
      begin planning your assessment tasks.
      © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd