They provide information which includes the dates of the training, the trainer. the venue, the units to be delivered and the start and finish times of each session. Is students are training on-the-job and not in a classroom environment, they will be provided with the same information in a Training Plan. The session plan outlines the structure of each individual training session or workshop. and includes: The unit codes and clusters that are being trained The activities and resources required The exercises to consolidate learning Formative assessment activities Session Plan Example Session Day Date Start Finish Activity and Resources Location 9:00am 10:30am OH&S Powerpoint slides 1 – 45 Class Room 10:30am 10:45am 15-minute break 10:45am 11:15am Exercise Potential Risks Class Room 11:15am 12:00pm OH&S Powerpoint slides 46 – 67 Class Room
Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd 9 CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services Version 2 Course code and name TYPES OF EVIDENCE The RTO ensures that assessment is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the unit and the standards and will implement an assessment process which identifies the evidence required for each unit of competency. They will identify the type of evidence and the assessment methods used. Types of evidence include: Direct Evidence – things that the assessor, observes first-hand, e.g., observation or work samples Indirect Evidence – things that someone else has observed and reported to us, e.g., third party reports Supplementary Evidence – other things that can indicate performance, such as training records, questions, written work, portfolios Assessment methods include: Written Activity Case Study Observation Questions Third Party Report Assessment must comply with the assessment methods of the training package and be conducted in accordance with the Principles of Assessment. This means the assessment must be fair, flexible, reliable and valid.
Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd 10 CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services Version 2 Course code and name METHODS OF ASSESSMEN T WRITTEN ACTIVITY The written activity is a form of assessment that requires the learner to complete a written piece of work without the assistance of their learning resource. The written activity has benchmarked responses. All benchmarked answers contain required performance criteria that the student must demonstrate to be able to receive a satisfactory result. Written activities can include case studies. When looking at the responses that a learner has given and contextualising competency, the trainer should reference the benchmarks if they are unsure if the response displays the required performance criteria. Even if the benchmarked answer is a long answer, if the student has summed up the required performance criteria in a shorter response then the answer is still satisfactory.
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