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  • 1. Topic3: Contribute to Validation Outcomes
    TAEASS403A Participate in assessment validation
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
    Participant Workbook pages 21 to 22
  • 2. At the end of this session, you should understand how to:
    contribute to assessment validation outcomes.
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
  • 3. Analyse information
    Information from the assessment validation process should be collected together, analysed and discussed.
    Ask: ‘How can assessment be improved?’
    Then: ‘How can I contribute towards improvement?’
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
    Participant Workbook page 21
  • 4. Ways to improve
    partnership arrangements
    improvement to evidence collection processes
    revised information for assessors, candidates or third parties
    identification of exemplars
    liaison with industry experts.
    Recommendations may include, for example:
    professional development for assessors
    changes to assessment system policies and procedures
    management of records
    changes to assessment tools or resources
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
  • 5. Document recommendations
    Recommendations for improvement should be documented, for example, in an action plan identifying who and when changes should be made.
    Revisit the recommendations to check they have been adopted (part of continuous improvement).
    Validation records should be kept in line with the RTO’s record-keeping policy.
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd
    Participant Workbook page 22
  • 6. The next step
    You should now:
    participate in assessment validation
    contribute to assessment outcomes
    complete Assessment Task 1
    © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd