If the actor is not clear with a checklist item, then you must provide further clarification. If they are still not comfortable with undertaking the role play, then you will need to find an alternative actor and follow the same process until you obtain their signature. The Actor It is important that you the Actor, understand the requirements of this role play so that the assessment follows appropriate principles, particularly consistency of your actions across students. For this to happen, you need to be briefed by the Assessor through a face-to-face meeting prior to the role play. The contents of this meeting will cover the following: assessment processes location and date of assessment equipment and materials required roles and actions required. At the end of the meeting, you will be asked by the Assessor to confirm your understanding of the role play. This will require you to complete the Actor Briefing Checklist provided in the next page. Please carefully read each checklist item and tick the corresponding box to confirm your understanding. In case you are not clear with the role play, the Assessor will provide you with further information to ensure your understanding. If you still believe that you are not confident in taking part in the role play, then inform the Assessor. Once you completely understand the context and the requirements of the role play, please insert your name, signature and the date at the end of the checklist for our records. BSBSUS501 Student Assessment Workbook | Student ID: Page 12
Administrative Officer – Actor Briefing Checklist I understand the purpose of the role play. I understand when and where the role play will occur. I understand that the Assessor will not take an active role during the role play apart from observing the interaction during the session. I understand my Stakeholder Profile (work style) outlined in Phase 2 as an actor for the role play. I confirm that I will not show understanding of sustainability issues when participating in the session. This would require me to listen to the student’s presentation but not offer much input into the discussion on how to introduce sustainable processes. Here is a list of possible questions that you could ask, but in reality, these serve as a guide as the context on the student’s presentation may require alternative questions: is it hard to use these new protocols? will I get training? I don’t think going green is all that it’s made out to be! Do we really need to? do you have any empirical evidence of the toxic products? I have been briefed on the above through a face-to-face meeting with the Assessor prior to the session. Actor Name Actor Signature Date Assessor Name Assessor Signature Date BSBSUS501 Student Assessment Workbook | Student ID: Page 13
Senior Administrative Officer – Actor Briefing Checklist I understand the purpose of the role play.
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