RPL assessment mapping template This template is to be used to map the proposed evidence and the submitted evidence by the RPL candidate against the unit of competency requirements. Table 1 Unit information USI number Student name Unit code Insert unit code Unit name Insert unit name Pre-requisites - if the unit above has any pre-requisites they should be listed below. Ensure the learner has provided evidence of this. Table 2 Pre-requisite units Pre-requisite units Insert details of pre-requisite units (or N/A) Unit Outcome - once all evidence has been mapped, determine the outcome for this unit Table 3 Unit Outcome ☐ RPL Granted ☐ RPL Not Granted Date Outcome Determined Feedback – the assessor and learner are to confirm they have provided and been given feedback in relation to the outcome. Table 4 Feedback Assessor Feedback Student Feedback Assessor Name Student Name Assessor Signature Student Signature Assessor Date Student Date
RPL Mapping and Evidence Complete the template below to capture the Proposed Evidence, what instruments would best meet the unit of competency requirements and the Submitted Evidence actual evidence submitted from the candidate . The assessor must review and map all RPL evidence presented to support the RPL assessment judgement and meet the principles of assessment. Note: Evidence can be grouped together, for example Portfolio A (which may contain a number of documents). Suitable comments should be made where required. Proposed Evidence , map the unit of competency to the instruments: Record the portfolio reference numbers from the portfolio instrument you created, next to the unit of competency component, where there is a choice use “or” and enclose the option in a bracket. Where an option requires more than one piece of evidence bracket together. Record the question numbers from your question bank next to the unit of competency component Submitted Evidence, following receipt of actual evidence from the candidate: Record the portfolio reference number of the evidence received next to the unit of competency component (note this may mean the candidates portfolio items are not sequential and not all items are required) Record the question numbers of the actual questions used next to the unit of competency component Record S for Satisfactory or US for unsatisfactory to indicate whether the portfolio evidence received and the questions answered meet the requirements.
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