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written reports or projects, class presentation, and observation of tasks completed in class timeoholistic assessment of knowledge and the ability to analyse, apply, synthesise and evaluate businesspractices through scenarios, case studies, and problem solving activities. Major reports and projects can integrate assessment across more thanone unit of competency.The assessment methods are both direct and indirect.Direct methods of assessment include; practical skills and direct observation. Indirect methods such as written tests and questioning, and reports/projectscomplement the direct methods. Evidence collection and assessment methods are aligned to the evidence guide in the relevant units of competency fromthe BSB07 Business Training Package.Assessment Validation ProcessesThe processes used to validate assessment in this program are:oBusiness trainers meet with representatives from industry regularly (at least on an annual basis) to checkthat the performance standards required in the program are consistent with industry practice.Draft – BSBMKG607B L &A Strategies v. 1.0This document was uncontrolled when printedLast Updated: 20/01/2010Last Printed: 23/07/2019; 23:03:10 a7/p7 Page 6 of 7
Macquarie Institute (ABN 111 742155 )NTIS Code: 91305; CRICOS Provider Code: 02657J Address: 546 - 552 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000 Tel: 02 92831822 ; Fax: 02 92835280 website: oDirector of Studies (VTE) convenes a Business faculty meeting every 3 modules comprising businesstrainers to review and validate business-specific evidence-gathering tools. Selected units are validated at each meeting and the AssessmentValidation Record is completed. Actions taken are documented in the minutes. oAcademic Committee meetings are also held every month. During these meetings, required standards ofperformance, processes and outcomes are discussed and reviewed as needed. Actions taken are documented in the minutes. Opportunities to attend professional development workshops focusing on improving assessment strategies are offered to staff when required. Workshopsmay be held on-site or off-site. Staff is encouraged to approach the DOS or Principal Administrator if they are intending on undertaking professional developmentDraft – BSBMKG607B L &A Strategies v. 1.0This document was uncontrolled when printedLast Updated: 20/01/2010Last Printed: 23/07/2019; 23:03:10 a7/p7 Page 7 of 7