Written Questioning Verbal Questioning The assessor must provide evidence with

Written questioning verbal questioning the assessor

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Written Questioning Verbal Questioning The assessor must provide evidence with the assessment tool. For written questions, the assessor must provide the student’s original written responses. For verbal questioning, the assessor must provide dot points as a minimum on the student’s response s. For details on how to conduct and contextualise this form of assessment, please refer to the questioning checklist explanation in the assessor guide. Student’s name: Phanu prueksasanit Assessor’s name: Navi kaur If questions are answered verbally, the assessor must write detailed answers in the sections provided below. The space below does not indicate the size of the answer anticipated. Keep typing and the space will expand. If answers are recorded separate to this document, they must be attached to the assessment documents. Satisfactory response Yes No 1 What systems for recordkeeping and filing are in place in your organisation? 2 What levels of security access are in place and are there any further security procedures around accessing records and files? 3 What organisational policies and procedures are in place to manage the collection, access and sharing of organisational information? 4 What are the legal and ethical obligations relating to workplace information in your workplace? 5 What does reliability and validity mean in relation to research and analysis? 6 What are two examples of techniques of data analysis and how they can be applied? 7 What research processes and strategies do you use to identify new sources of online and print and information and how can you use them most efficiently and effectively? Include search techniques and the use of Boolean operators.
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Version 1.1 Page 22 of 23 October 2016 Document # - RTO # 31698 CRICOS # 03000J 8 What does research involve? 9 Information within an organisation can be accessed from what sources? List 4 methods of collecting information in accordance with organisational requirements. 11 What information can you use from a library? 12 Why do we combine paper based and online research? 13 What business technology can you utilise to source data? 14 What are some of the record keeping systems at your workplace? 15 List three organisational requirements that research efforts may be used to support? 16 How do you ensure research strategies are valid and reliable? 17 How do Boolean operators assist in on-lone searching? 18 What are some techniques of data analysis? 19 What is a conclusion? 20 What is the appropriate format to produce a report in your organisation?
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BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements Version 1.1 Page 23 of 23 October 2016 Document # - RTO # 31698 CRICOS # 03000J 21 How do you structure a report? 22 How do you report on and distribute research in your organisation? 23 Why is it important to obtain feedback on your research and report findings? Feedback to Student: Result Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Assessor’s Signature: Navi kaur Date:
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