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  1. 1. SkillsTech Australia 15 TH M A RC H 2013 I N S TRU C T I O N A L I N T E L L I G E N C ESimon Brown simon.brown@tafe.qld.edu.au 0408 521 826
  2. 2. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 1 SkillsTech Australia Teacher Induction Program 15th March 2013 Instructional Intelligence Simon Brown 9:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:45 10:45 – 12:25 • Pedagogy • Morning tea • Learning and • Classroom assessment cycle Management • Inclusive learning 2 The Godgy Brothers • Pedagogy – the science and art of education • Andragogy – learning strategies focused on adults • Heutagogy – the study of self- determined learning 3 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (organiser) Self-actualisation Esteem Social Heutagogy Safety Physiological Andragogy Pedagogy 1
  3. 3. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 4 Sage on the Stage Vs. Guide on the Side 5 Pedagogy • “Leading the child” • Instructor – develops conceptual knowledge – manages the content of learning activities Cognitive learning theory (Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky) – recognize, recall, analyze, reflect, apply, create, understand, and evaluate 6 Andragogy • “Leading the man” Humanist learning theory (Maslow, Rogers, Glasser) Malcolm Knowles’ Six Assumptions: • Need to Know – Adults need to know the reason for learning something • Foundation – Experience (including error) provides the basis for learning activities • Self-concept – Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the planning and evaluation of their instruction • Readiness – Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate relevance to their work and/or personal lives • Orientation – Adult learning is problem-centred rather than content-oriented • Motivation – Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators 2
  4. 4. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 7 Double loop learning 8 Heutagogy • “Self-directed learning” Constructivist learning theory (Dewey, Montessori, Kolb) – learning how to learn – double loop learning – universal learning opportunities – a non-linear process – true learner self-direction 9 Click and drag components to match the learning approach analyze Concept attainment (strategy) apply create Pedagogy double-loop-learning reflect evaluate recall foundation learning-how-to-learn motivation Andragogy need-to-know non-linear-process readiness self-concept recognize Heutagogy orientation true-learner self-direction universal-learning-opportunities understand 3
  5. 5. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 10 Pedagogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like… awesome 11 Andragogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like… 12 Heutagogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like… 4
  6. 6. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 13 Instructional Intelligence (Co-operative Learning) Tactics Concepts Skills Strategies Organisers 14 Think – Pair - Share (tactic) Question for reflection and discussion: In the context of students learning skills in your own trade area, is it better for them to Compete or to Co-operate? 1. Think about this question for about thirty seconds 2. Discuss your thoughts with your partner for about one minute 3. If you are comfortable, share your partner’s views on this matter with the group for no longer than one minute 15 The Johnsons’ 5 Basic Elements of Effective Group Work (concept) Responsible Group identity Outside force for own learning Goal Role Resource Incentive Willing to Sequence support Environment others Simulation Opportunities for reflection Small group seating Assessing group effort Social skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills 5
  7. 7. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 16 http://my.tafe.qld.gov.au Staff Induction 2013 17 http://my.tafe.qld.gov.au Staff Induction 2013 18 http://my.tafe.qld.gov.au Staff Induction 2013 6
  8. 8. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 19 http://my.tafe.qld.gov.au Staff Induction 2013 20 http://my.tafe.qld.gov.au Staff Induction 2013 21 Morning tea 10:15 – 10:45 7
  9. 9. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 22 Recording evidence Scenario You are a shopfitting teacher and one Enrolment selection form of your apprentice shopfitter students has completed Enrolment CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass evidence Academic transcript during his first week of Group 6 training at Acacia Ridge campus. Training plan The student was late on the first day, left early (with his employers permission) on the second day, and Participation satisfactorily completed the evidence Class roll assessment items on the third day. The student satisfactorily demonstrated underpinning knowledge and skills throughout this Assessment tool time. Assessment Task evidence Use the attached information and COS & Grade Report forms to record evidence of the students enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass 23 Proving evidence Record evidence Prove evidence • Enrolment • Enrolment • Participation • Participation • Assessment • Assessment Swap enrolment/participation/assessment documents with another group. Use the attached AVETMISS Audit Checklist to check the compliance of each member regarding the student’s enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass 24 Inclusion Inclusive learning: A way forward http://training.qld.gov.au/training-organisations/support/inclusive-learning.html Resources: • Booklet • Framework strategy • Wall poster 8
  10. 10. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 25 Graffiti (tactic) ideas What is ideas Topic Inclusive ideas Learning? ideas 26 Place Mat (tactic) ideas How do we create ideas an Inclusive Topic ideas Learning environment? ideas 27 Jigsaw (strategy) Five core Everyone skills learns underpin all differently Being learning inclusive is everyone’s responsibility Learners bring existing knowledge and skills 9
  11. 11. Instructional Intelligence 13/03/2013 28 Inclusive learning: A way forward Actions for Teachers/trainers Study the resources and report how you and your training delivery team will embed these four principles into day-to-day practice: 1. Everyone learns differently 2. Being inclusive is everyone’s responsibility 3. Learners bring existing knowledge and skills 4. Five core skills underpin all learning 29 Resources • Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 • Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service • principles of equity and diversity as outlined in POL005 - Equity and Diversity • SkillsTech Australia Equity and Diversity policy • Department’s Equity and Diversity resources page at http://training.qld.gov.au/information/equity- diversity/index.html • Reasonable Adjustment in teaching, learning and assessment for learners with a disability - a guide for VET practitioners • Inclusive Technology factsheets • Training and Work: inclusive environments (2009) 30 Thank you for your participation today. Wishing you many years of happy teaching Simon Brown 0408 521 826 PLEASE COMPLETE THE EVALUATION SURVEY 10
  12. 12. Activ vity 1. Slide e 3 Question n for reflectio on ( individua al activity) Considerr your own tr rade area.   What knnowledge cou uld be structtured in a hie ram that would make it m erarchy diagr more accessi ible to your stu udents?         Activ vity 2. Slide e 7 Question n for reflectio on (individua al activity) The double‐loop learrning diagramm is a graph hic representa ation of acad demic resear rch conclusio ons.   Considerring your ow wn trade areaa, what knowwledge couldd be organiseed in a flow d diagram thatt would make it more accesssible to your students?           Activ vity 3. Slide e 9 Match co omponents t to learning approach (gro oup activity) Pedagog gy  Andr ragogy  Heutagogy HRecognize  Needd to  Learning how L w to learn  Recall  knoww  Double loop  learning  DAnalyse  Founndation  Universal lea U arning Reflect  Self‐concept  opportunitie s  oApply  Readdiness  Non‐linear pr N rocess Create  Orienntation  True learner  self‐directio T on Underst tand  Moti ivation Evaluatee         11
  13. 13.   Activity 4. Slide 10 Pedagogy Y Chart (group activity) Y Chart activity: One member from each group takes a turn at leading Pedagogy Looks like… Sounds like… Feels like…    Activity 5. Slide 11 Andragogy Y Chart (group activity) Y Chart activity: One member from each group takes a turn at leading Andragogy Looks like… Sounds like… Feels like…    Activity 6. Slide 12 Heutagogy Y Chart (group activity) Y Chart activity: One member from each group takes a turn at leading Heutagogy Looks like… Sounds like… Feels like…    Activity 7. Slide 14 Think – Pair – Share (group activity) Question for reflection and discussion:   In the context of students learning skills in your own trade area, is it better for them to Compete or to Co‐operate?    Think about this question for about thirty seconds   Discuss your thoughts with your partner for about one minute     If you are comfortable, share your partner’s views on this matter with the group for no longer  than one minute       12
  14. 14. Activity 8. Slide 22 Roll marking (individual activity) Scenario You are a shopfitting teacher and one of your apprentice shopfitter students has completed CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass during his first week of Group 6 training at Acacia Ridge campus. The student was late on the first day, left early (with his employers permission) on the second day, and satisfactorily completed the assessment items on the third day. The student satisfactorily demonstrated underpinning knowledge and skills throughout this time.  Task Use the attached information and forms to record evidence of the students enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass   Activity 9. Slide 23 Roll auditing (group activity) Swap enrolment/participation/assessment documents with another group   Use the attached AVETMISS Audit Checklist to check the compliance of each member regarding the student’s enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass   Activity 10. Graffiti (tactic) (group activity) On a large sheet of paper, draw the Graffiti layout. Take one minute to think about the topic “What is Inclusive Learning”, and take one minute to write your thoughts in your own individual section. One person in each group (nominated by the group) takes one minute to present a summary of the group’s findings to the other groups.   Activity 11. Place Mat (tactic) (group activity) On a large sheet of paper, draw the Place Mat layout. Take one minute to think about the topic “How do we create an Inclusive Learning environment”, and take one minute to write your thoughts in your own individual section. One person in each group (nominated by the group) writes common findings in the centre of the sheet.   Activity 12. Slide 33 Jigsaw strategy (group activity) Study the resources and report how you and your training delivery team will embed four inclusive learning principles into day‐to‐day practice:   1. Everyone learns differently   2. Being inclusive is everyone’s responsibility   3. Learners bring existing knowledge and skills   4. Five core skills underpin all learning      13
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  16. 16. TAFE Queensland - “Anything is possible with TAFE” Enrolment Selection Form NW/EDS/AR/2013Student Number (if known) Family Name Given Names Date of Birth / /Reduced fees may be available for some students. Evidence is required at time of enrolment to obtain reduced fees. Daytime Phone No.Overdue fees must be paid or enrolment will be refused. Payment option must be indicated. Are you claiming a Fee Concession, or Exception? If yes tick the relevent boxes, evidence to bePayment Cash In Person only EFTPOS In Person only Cheque/ Money Order Yes No at time of enrolment suppliedOptions Send Invoice (must attach authority letter) Under 17 DVD Blue Card Office Use Only to employer Online Check Under 18 (Sec. Subject) ATSICredit Card Visa Mastercard *Amex *(Not available at all institutes) Card Sighted Extreme financial hardship Is your employee, sponsor paying for the TAFE course Verified by: ..................................................... Date: / / Yes No Invoice No:Expiry date Cardholder’s name / Of the following categories, which BEST describes your main reason for undertaking this course/traineeship/ apprenticeship? Tick ONE box only.Amount Cardholder’s signature $ To get a job To develop my existing business To start my own business To try for different career To get a better job or promotion It was a requirement of my jobCentrelink Concession Validation Consent - Health Care Card (HCC) or Pensioner Concession Card (PCC) issued byCentrelink. Do you authorise TAFE Queensland to confirm with Centrelink the details that you have provided match with I wanted extra skills for my job To get into another course of study For personal interest orCentrelink records and whether you are still receiving a Centrelink benefit? (This consent can be revoked at any time) self development Yes No If ‘Yes’, complete the following: Card Type Card Type HCC PCC Other reasons Student’s cardholderno. (CRN) STUDENT DECLARATION (please read carefully)Expiry Date: / • agree to abide by the TAFE Queensland Rules and Regulations and Institute Policy (available from the Institute) I and acknowledge that facilities made available for my use will be used only in accordance with the principles of proper use and relevant rules.Student’s Signature: Date / / • I confirm the accuracy of the information provided. • understand I must provide evidence of concession eligibility at the time of enrolment. Subsequent evidence will I not be accepted. I f under the age of 18 years, this form must be signed by a parent/guardian to complete this enrolment. This includesIf student is a listed dependant on a HCC or PCC, the primary cardholder of the HCC or PCC must also give consent to the consent for the student to have access to the Internet through TAFE Queensland.above check. (This consent can be revoked at anytime.) Student’s Signature:Primary cardholder Name:(as it appears on the card) Date / / Parent/Guardian’s Signature:Consent granted Yes No If ‘Yes’, complete the following: Card Type Card Type (If student under 18 years) Date / / HCC PCCPrimary cardholder no. Issues may arise beyond the institute’s control which affect its ability to deliver programs. Whilst every effort(CRN) will be made to conduct all programs as advertised, the institute reserves the right to change or otherwise revise any program related issues including programs offered, class timetables, class locations and teacherPrimary cardholder’s allocations. The institute will make every reasonable attempt to advise students of any changes made to theirSignature: Date / / selected program. The details in this document are correct at the time of printing. Customer Service to Create Student Self Service Account upon Enrolment to allow access to my.tafe Please place an X in the boxes beside the classes you wish to enrol in. Fees Listed below are current as of 01-JAN-2013. Check at time of enrolment that the fees have not changed. This estimate includes GST where applicable. DP Number: 0000292871 CPC31808 Certificate III in Shopfitting (CSF) 0000292871 Group 6 - Generic Full Fee Conc Fee $268.80 $268.80 SkillsTech Australia charge an additional General Utility Fee of $35.00 per calendar year to be paid at time of enrolment. Program : CPC31808-Certificate III in Shopfitting Plan : 2489 Shopfitting Institute : SkillsTech Australia SOS: / / COS: / / Page 1 of 2 15Privacy StatementPersonal information collected as a result of your enrolment will be used by the Department for general student administration and vocational education and training administration and regulation; as well as departmental planning, reporting,communication, research, evaluation, financial administration (including debt recovery), auditing and marketing. Only authorised departmental officers and other authorised persons (e.g. service providers, funding recipients) have access to thisinformation. Your personal information may be disclosed to Australian and State Government authorities and agencies. Your personal information may be shared with other Queensland TAFE Institutes in which you enrol or apply to enrol. If you area school-based apprentice or trainee, your personal information, attendance details, progress and results will be disclosed to your school and the Queensland Studies Authority. Your results may be disclosed to the Queensland Tertiary AdmissionsCentre. If you are an apprentice/trainee, your personal information, attendance details, progress and results will be disclosed to your employer or host employer. If you are under the age of 18 years your personal information, attendance details,progress and results may be disclosed to your parent/guardian. If you are studying at a Queensland Institute of TAFE towards your secondary education, your personal information, attendance details, progress and results will be disclosed to yourschool, Queensland Studies Authority and Education Queensland. No further access to your personal information will be provided without your consent, unless authorised or required under a law. Please contact the enrolling TAFE Institute if you wishto access or amend any of the personal information on this form or if you have a concern or complaint about the way your personal information has been collected, used, stored or disclosed. ISAS350 Version 5 (09/2009)
  17. 17. Course/Class Details Institute Campus EnrolCPCCJN3005A Skillstech Australia Acac Ridge06065 Cut and install glassStart Date End Date 4336/0606501-Jan-2013 31-Dec-2013 16.00 Hrs $25.60 $25.60Day First Date Time Start Time End FacilityCPCCSH2002A Skillstech Australia Acac Ridge06066 Alumnium sections-fabricationStart Date End Date 4336/0606601-Jan-2013 31-Dec-2013 40.00 Hrs $64.00 $64.00Day First Date Time Start Time End FacilityCPCCSH3002A Skillstech Australia Acac Ridge06067 Setout/fabricate shopfrontStart Date End Date 4336/0606701-Jan-2013 31-Dec-2013 56.00 Hrs $89.60 $89.60Day First Date Time Start Time End FacilityCPCCSH3003A Skillstech Australia Acac Ridge06068 Assmble/instal shopfront entryStart Date End Date 4336/0606801-Jan-2013 31-Dec-2013 40.00 Hrs $64.00 $64.00Day First Date Time Start Time End FacilityCPCCCA3014A Skillstech Australia Acac Ridge06069 Construct bulkheadsStart Date End Date 4336/0606901-Jan-2013 31-Dec-2013 16.00 Hrs $25.60 $25.60Day First Date Time Start Time End Facility Page 2 of 2 16
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  24. 24. Manual Participation Record QF016A Issue Date 04/12/2012 Training Centre:DP Number: Folder Number:Description:Unit Code/s:Class Number/s:Teacher Instructions:Complete roll daily. Enter a tick for Present, A for Absent and L for Late. Use only Blue or Black ink. No white out. Total each column daily and initial.Complete Details of Work Covered for each session. If a student is absent on a continuous basis notify Educational Delivery Support. Day of the Week Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri or Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Date Session Student No. Student Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Teacher/Tutor Initials Totals 23 This Institute Form is a Controlled Document and becomes Uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced. Procedure Reference: QP312 Participation and Results Management 1
  25. 25. Assessment Cover Sheet QT209 Issued 22/09/11Fields marked with an asterisk * are mandatory Written Practical Other STUDENT TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION *Student *Student Name: Number: Student Student Email: Mobile: *Student Statement of Original Authorship I state that this assessment is entirely my own work and has been completed according to the instructions provided. I understand that an academic penalty will be applied for cheating, such as intentionally copying someone else’s words or ideas and submitting them as my own, or having someone else write this assessment in whole or in part. Where appropriate, if I have used the words or ideas of another person or source in my assessment, I have referenced and credited the person or source. *Student Signature: ………………………………………………………. *Date: ……../………/ 20…… Student Confirmation of Assessment Feedback Student signature is obtained at teacher’s discretion I have received feedback on this assessment. Student Signature: ………………………………………………………. Date: ……../………/ 20…… *Unit of Competency Code/s: CPCCJN3005A *Unit of Competency Name/s: Cut and Install Glass *Element(s) covered: Program Code / Name: (optional) CPC31811 / CPC31911 *Assessment number: 1 of *Number of pages attached: Assessment name: (optional) Speciality/Stream: (optional) *Assessment due date: *Date received: Training Centre: ASSESSOR TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION Was reasonable adjustment applied to this assessment? If yes, write details in comment field below Yes No *Assessor’s comment/feedback to student: If insufficient space, record on reverse *ASSESSMENT OUTCOME (  appropriate box)  First submission  Satisfactory  Second submission  Unsatisfactory – Resubmission date (if applicable) ……. /……. / 20…….  Supplementary (Apprentices / Trainees only) *Assessor’s Name: …………………………………………………………………. *Assessor’s Signature: ………………………………………………………………*Date: / / 20 Privacy Statement SkillsTech Australia collects the information on this form for the purpose of recording and providing feedback to students. Only authorised departmental officers have access to this information and if you are an apprentice/trainee, your grades will be disclosed to your employer. If you are under the age of 18 years your personal information, attendance details, progress and grades may be disclosed to your parent/guardian. Your personal information will not be disclosed to any other third party without your consent, unless authorised or required by law, in accordance with the Information Privacy Principles. 24© The State of Queensland (Department of Education and Training) 2011This Institute template is a controlled document and becomes uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced.Once completed by student, this entire document must remain with SkillsTech Australia UNITCODE/s_insert assessment ref_V[insert]Date: Page 1 of 3
  26. 26. Practical Assessment QT103 Issued 02/11/09 Name of practical task/project: Time allowed for task/project: Instructions for supervising teacher: Explain / demonstrate the task/s to be performed Advise student of assessment process and criteria Issue documentary resources for task e.g. worksheet / job card / plans / specifications Purpose of Demonstration (task): Instructions to Student You are required to: Complete task/s within the time allowed Use safe work practices, including use of PPE, throughout the task Conduct a JSEA of work area Draw a full size set-out of project, showing overall length, width, height and thickness. Compile a cutting list / material take off, from set-out. Cut glass for project using appropriate tools and techniques. Assemble glass pieces using silicone sealant. Clean the glass. Clean up work area and put away tools and equipment. Materials and Equipment: 4 mm float glass, acetic cure silicone, glass cutting equipment. 25This Institute template is a controlled document and becomes uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced.Once completed by student, this entire document must remain with SkillsTech Australia CPCCJN3005A_PA[1 of 4]Part]_V[1]Date: Page 2 of 3
  27. 27. Student Name: Observation: First Attempt Second Attempt During the demonstration of skills the student satisfactorily: Yes No Yes No 1. JSEA of work area conducted Use of appropriate PPE and safe work practices, adhered to. 2. As per OHS procedures Full size set-out of project is drawn, showing overall length, 3. width, height and thickness. +/- 1mm 4. Cutting list / material take off prepared from set-out (0mm) Appropriate tools for task selected and checked for 5. serviceability, faults reported. 6. Material is selected and marked out for cutting Appropriate techniques used, to cut glass to size and dress 7. edges ready for assembly. 8. Glass assembled, sealed and secured in position. 9. Project cleaned up, excess silicone removed. 10. Tools checked, maintained and faults reported, tools put away. Work area cleaned up. Recyclable material sorted and stored. 11. Waste material and debris removed and disposed of safely. 12. 13. 14. 15. The student’s demonstration was: Satisfactory Not Satisfactory Date: / / First Attempt Second Attempt Supplementary verbal questions: The student satisfactorily answered the following questions: Yes No Yes No 16. 17. 18. 26This Institute template is a controlled document and becomes uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced.Once completed by student, this entire document must remain with SkillsTech Australia CPCCJN3005A_PA[1 of 4]Part]_V[1]Date: Page 3 of 3
  28. 28. COS Grade Report QF016B Issue Date 04/12/2012 Training Centre: 0DP Number: 0 Folder Number: 0Unit Code:Unit Descriptor:Class No:Teacher Instructions:A result must be produced for all students (Note: Some students may not be undertaking all units).The completed grade and cos report must be placed in the participation record folder and fowarded to Educational Delivery Supportimmediately upon completion of training.Student Number Student Name Result Comments0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0Teacher Name: ISAS Operator Name:Teacher Signature: ISAS Operator Signature:Date: Date: 27 This Institute Form is a Controlled Document and becomes uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced. Procedure Reference: QP312 Participation and Results Management 1 of 2
  29. 29. AVETMISS - Internal Audit Checklist QF384 Issued 12/12/2012AVETMISS Audit Checklist Student Name: Sample ID: Form completed by: Date: Academic History Yes No Are the student details (name student number) the same? Is the competency listed on the Academic History exactly the same? *1 Do the SOS and COS dates on the Audit Cover sheet match the Academic History? (If no, check for other enrolments in the same competency) *2 Is the result the same? *2 (If no, check for other enrolments in the same competency) Class delivery participation evidence (ISAS Rolls / QF016 series) Is there a roll? Is the student name and student number listed on the roll? (hand written is acceptable) Is the competency exactly the same (code and / or title) in the roll? *1 Is the first date of attendance for the student equal to or after the SOS date? Is the last date of attendance for the student before or equal to the COS date? Does each attendance clearly denote attendance status? (e.g. , A, L) Has each column been dated and initialled by the teacher? Are all the columns on the roll totalled? (Note: for clustered delivery totals must represent unit/module interaction (totals in ISAS Cluster rolls must represent participation in units/modules and not the number of students in the class) Have all changes made for any student been initialled and dated? On-line delivery participation evidence Has evidence of participation been provided? Is the student name and student number listed on the participation evidence? (hand written is acceptable) *1 Is the competency exactly the same (code and / or title) in the database / tracker? Is the evidence at individual competency/module level (and not at a cluster level)? Is the first date of participation for the student equal to or after the SOS date? Is the last date of participation for the student before or equal to the COS date? Is there evidence of educational content being delivered specific to the competency? (e.g. learning, assignment, assessment) Is there evidence relating to the date/s and duration/s of the access for the competency/module? Vocational Placement participation evidence Has evidence of participation been provided (QF098)? Is the student name and student number listed on the participation evidence? Has attendance been signed off by placement person? Is the first date of attendance for the student equal to or after the SOS date? Is the last date of attendance for the student before or equal to the COS date?Notes: *1 – Competency codes must match exactly ie. MEM09005B is not the same as MEM09005A *2 – Check ISAS to identify specific class using Class Number on AVETMISS Audit Cover Sheet. *3 – A study guide (delivery schedule) must be provided in all cases regardless of the result given. 28This Institute Form is a Controlled Document and becomes Uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced. Page 1 of 2
  30. 30. AVETMISS - Internal Audit Checklist QF384 Issued 12/12/2012 Yes No N/A Assessment Evidence Has an Assessment Summary (QT110 / QT111) / Assessment Cover Sheet (QT209/QF209C) been provided? Are the student details (name student number) the same? Is the competency exactly the same (code and / or title)? *1 (on page 1) *3 (on page 1) Was this competency delivered as part of a cluster? If clustered delivery, has the final outcome (i.e. J / M) been recorded at individual competency/module level? (and not for the overall cluster) Is the teacher’s name on the Assessment Summary (QT110 / QT111) / Assessment Cover Sheet / Assessment Matrix and have they signed and dated it? Have all changes made by a teacher been initialled and dated? Has the final outcome (i.e. J/M) been recorded? Workplace Assessment / Flexible Delivery Has evidence of assessment been provided? Is the competency exactly the same (code and / or title)? *1 (on page 1) Are all dates (attendance and sign-off) within the SOS and COS date? Does the contact sheet (e.g. QF125); email; diary notes identify educational content discussion at an individual competency/module level? Have all changes made by a teacher / supervisor been initialled and dated? Has the final determination of competency (i.e. J / M) been stated, signed and dated by assessor? Comments Instructions: • For archiving retrieval assistance complete QF364 Archive Retrieval Request • Complete AVETMISS Audit Checklist • Make one (1) copy of the evidence of participation, Study Guide / Competency Guide (if clustered delivery), Assessment Summary, Assessment Cover Sheet, Assessment Matrix and where applicable the student’s assessment / vocational placement evidence • Use a yellow highlighter and highlight the student name, number, competency code, SOS, COS in the evidence • Attach AVETMISS Audit Cover Sheet and Academic History to evidence highlighting student name, number and competency code • Check evidence and sign / date cover sheet • Staple the evidence together – (do not use plastic sleeves) • Forward a copy of all evidence to the Educational Delivery Support Manager / Business Manager daily – do NOT send in internal mail 29This Institute Form is a Controlled Document and becomes Uncontrolled when downloaded or reproduced. Page 2 of 2
  31. 31. Inclusive learning: A way forward funders nd rsa nisations e orga ng k ma i trainers rs/ in cy- he ra Poli dt c Tea Registere The learnerInclusivelearning isabout a fair gofor everyone,and it’severyone’sresponsibilityActions for: Policy-makers and funders Registered training organisations Teachers/trainers 1. Introduce performance 1. Understand differences in the Embed four principles into measures on inclusive learner cohort day-to-day practice: learning for RTOs 2. Access skills and expertise in 1. Everyone learns 2. Ensure funding arrangements addressing difference differently do not penalise delivery to 3. Listen to the learner 2. Being inclusive is learners needing extra time 4. Help learners choose an everyone’s responsibility or support appropriate learning pathway 3. Learners bring existing 3. Review processes for 5. Develop the core skills of knowledge and skills triggering support learners 4. Five core skills underpin 4. Prioritise professional all learning development on inclusive learning 5. Establish governance arrangements