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How to fill-in Assessment Forms (Powerpoint Presentation)
 

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    How to fill-in Assessment Forms (Powerpoint Presentation) How to fill-in Assessment Forms (Powerpoint Presentation) Presentation Transcript

    • NVQ Assessment Forms
    • Aim
      • To enable assessor candidates to complete the full range of NVQ assessment forms
    • Objectives
      • By the end of the session you will be able to complete the following NVQ assessment forms
      • Initial meeting with candidate
      • Assessment plan
      • Observation checklist.
    • Objectives
      • Written and oral question sheets
      • Candidate feedback
      • Witness testimony.
    • Initial Meeting with Candidate
      • This form is to be completed when the candidate first enrols and is allocated an assessor
      • Provides evidence to the NVQ centre that the candidate has been correctly inducted into the NVQ process
      • Provides vital evidence for the A1 portfolio.
    • John Smith Stella Artois Already known to assessor Powerpoint presentation 10 yrs DFS, 8 yrs KFB retained L2 Childcare Powerpoint presentation Candidate given Log book & explanation Presentation Skills Difficulty with spelling – GN9 Powerpoint presentation Explained to candidate – GN13 Powerpoint presentation – GN11/17 John Smith 25 Mar 05 Stella Artois 25 Mar 05 Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file 1 Copy to NVQ Centre COPIES END OF FORM Completed and attached. LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Observation Checklist Q&A Sheet Feedback Form Witness Testimony
    • The Assessment Plan
      • To be completed in agreement between the candidate and assessor prior to every assessment
      • Details ensure that the candidate sees that the assessment is open with no secrets.
    • JS/3/1 John Smith Stella Artois Level 3 – Ops in the Community 3 3.1 1 1 Observation Checklist 2 2 Written Q&A Sheet 3 3 Oral Q&A Sheet Trg Set 0900 hrs 01/04/05 Candidate Assessor IV EV 3.2 1 1 Observation Checklist 2 2 Written Q&A Sheet 3 3 Oral Q&A Sheet Trg Set 0900 hrs 01/04/05 Candidate Assessor IV EV X X Red Watch Red Watch 3.3 1 APL 1 St John FAW Certificate 2 2 Written Q&A Sheet 3 3 Oral Q&A Sheet X 02/04/05 Classroom 1030 hrs Candidate Assessor IV EV 3.4 1 1 Witness Testimony 2 2 Written Q&A Sheet 3 3 Oral Q&A Sheet X 02/04/05 Classroom 1030 hrs Candidate Assessor IV EV Witness John Smith Stella Artois 27 Mar 05 NOT YET COMPETENT See feedback JS/3/1 and Assessment Plan No.2 COMPETENT SA 01 Apr 05 COMPETENT SA 02 Apr 05 MORE EVIDENCE REQUIRED See feedback 3/04 and Assessment Plan No.2 SA 02 Apr 05 SA 01 Apr 05
    • The Assessment Plan
      • The following copies are required
      • Candidate keeps the original
      • 1 copy for A1 portfolio
      • 1 copy for file.
    • Observation Checklist
      • Ensures the assessor only assesses against the defined standards
      • Enables the assessor to note what the candidate actually does in order to meet each PC
      • Provides assessors with the information they needs in order to give the candidate meaningful feedback on performance.
    • John Smith Stella Artois 01 Apr 05 FF3 FF3.1 a You confirm your objectives with relevant person b You use equipment within its limitations and capabilities to meet the needs of the search objectives and the known and anticipated risks c You report the outcome of the search to the relevant person at the earliest opportunity d You conduct your search across your specified search area applying principles of risk assessment e You conduct your search taking account of all factors which influence the end results  Repeated brief to ECO x Good air management Incorrect donning & starting  Radio report when casualty (s) located. Reported when each area cleared Good door procedures, air management, BA shuffle Confined space. Q&A  Stella Artois 01 Apr 05 John Smith 01 Apr 05 COPIES Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file END OF FORM  Initial Meeting LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Q&A Sheet Feedback Form Witness Testimony
    • Q&A Sheets
      • Written question can be taken directly from the question bank for each element
      • Blank forms will allow oral questions to be written as they occur.
    • EFS Level 3 – Operations in the Community FF3 3.1 Standard simulation 3b – WRITTEN QUESTIONS When a building has collapsed after a gas explosion and you are sent in to search for missing persons, why is it very important to periodically remain very quiet? Stella Artois Stella Artois 01 Apr 05 John Smith John Smith 01 Apr 05 Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file So that anyone trapped who may be calling out or moaning etc can be heard by the rescuers. COPIES END OF FORM Initial Meeting LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Observation Checklist Feedback Form Witness Testimony
    • Candidate Feedback
      • All candidate feedback must be in written in the first person to ensure confidentiality
      • Feedback should be meaningful and supportive and should clearly identify strengths and weaknesses
      • Assessor must check candidates understanding of feedback given.
    • JS/3/1 John Smith EFS Level 3 – Operations in the Community FF3 FF3.1 John This was largely a good assessment in which you met all but one of the pc’s and satisfied all of the knowledge requirements. Your search procedures, dynamic risk assessment and air management were particularly good. Unfortunately you did not carry out a correct donning and starting procedure and so have not met the required standard on this occasion. We will arrange some additional training to address this and then plan another assessment accordingly. Stella Artois 01 Apr 05 John Smith 01 Apr 05 Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file 1 Copy to NVQ Centre COPIES END OF FORM Stella Artois Standard simulation 3b - 01 Apr 05 a, b . Initial Meeting LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Observation Checklist Q&A Sheet Witness Testimony
    • JS/3/Summ John Smith EFS Level 3 – Operations in the Community FF3 John We have now completed gathering evidence that proves your competence for Unit 3 and I am pleased to say that it all meets the requirements of the standard. Well done Unit complete. Stella Artois 22 Aug 06 John Smith 22 Aug 06 Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file 1 Copy to NVQ Centre COPIES END OF FORM Stella Artois Unit 3 Summative – 22 Aug 06 Initial Meeting LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Observation Checklist Q&A Sheet Witness Testimony
    • Witness Testimony
    • Candidate keeps ORIGINAL 1 Copy for A1 portfolio 1 Copy for file COPIES Ff Smith maintains his personal fitness levels by regularly using the gym at RAF Littleness and also by playing in Littleness 6-a-side football league, which takes place every Wednesday. If he feels that he is unable to meet the conditions of his employment due to illness he makes sure that I am informed at the earliest opportunity. John has been in the trade for 24 years and demonstrates his understanding of the importance of health and Safety in the workplace e.g. if he is a driver he always ensures there are 2 ‘spotters’ when he is reversing the vehicle; when he is cleaning the bays he always places ‘slip hazard’ signs in appropriate places. To help minimize damage to the environment John is proactive in the Station re-cycling policy and always encourages other s to take an active role. When on shift and nominated as a driver John will normally have to carry out routine testing of the appliance and its equipment. These tasks require safe working practices so as to maintain operational capability; a requirement John ensures emphatically. Equally, all equipment, manuals etc that John uses are always returned to their proper location and any defects and deficiencies are reported and recorded in the correct format. John take an active role is his career development and through the PDR process has recognised additional skills that he requires to take his career forward. He always operates within his level of responsibility. EFS Level 3 – Operations in the Community John Smith 01 Jan 06 Jack Daniels Watch Manager FF2.1 b d g a i h f e c Jack Daniels 01 Jan 06 √ END OF FORM Initial Meeting LINKS TO OTHER FORMS Assessment Plan Observation Checklist Q&A Sheet Feedback Form
    • Any Questions
    • Objectives
      • By the end of the session you will be able to complete the following NVQ assessment forms
      • Initial meeting with candidate
      • Assessment plan
      • Observation checklist.
    • Objectives
      • Written and oral question sheets
      • Candidate feedback
      • Witness testimony.