presenting questions orally for students with literacy issues asking questions

Presenting questions orally for students with

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presenting questions orally for students with literacy issues asking questions in a relevant practical context adapting machinery and equipment to make it more easily used presenting work instructions in diagrammatic or pictorial form instead of words and sentences simplifying the design of tasks It is the responsibility of each assessor to assess students’ needs and make whatever reasonable adjustments are practicable to maximise a students’ opportunity to demonstrate their competence. Assessment re-submission If a student is deemed NYC (not yet competent) the Trainer/Assessor (TRN) will explain why and inform the student of what needs to be completed in order to demonstrate competence. Re-assessment for assessments only occurs if the student has previously submitted the assessment or has missed the relevant session(s) and has been afforded special consideration which is approved by the Administration department. If the result for the first submission of an assessment is NYC, students will be given two re-submission opportunities to achieve a competent result (this re-assessment is conducted free of charge). A suitable time will be arranged for the reassessment to occur within 14 days of the completion of the unit in question. Should a student either not make an attempt within this time frame (in spite of all efforts by Albright Institute, its Trainer/Assessor and administration staff to have the student attend a reassessment session) or the student does not achieve a satisfactory result after two re-assessments they may be charged for another attempt. Should the student still not achieve competence after these assessment attempts, it will be necessary for them to re-enrol in (repeat) the unit of competence at a cost. Assessment appeals You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by filling an appeal form. Ask for an appeal for from a student support officer. Refer to Albright Institute’s Assessment Policy for more information about our appeals process. Plagiarism Policy All student work must be written in their own words, except where acknowledged through quotations and referencing. Plagiarism is a serious offence; Albright Institute may impose severe penalties on students who plagiarise. For more information on Plagiarism and Cheating refer to Albright Institute’s policies. ANIT Australia Pty Ltd t/a Albright Institute of Business and Language | RTO: 45041 | CRICOS: 03553J | P.6 1300 189 154 | Level 2, 341-345 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 | | v 1.0
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TASK 1 – Coversheet Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy of your work. Student and Submission Details Student Name Student ID Unit Code and Name Date of submission STUDENT DECLARATION I declare that þ these tasks are my own work.
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