level the assessment determines a Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory level

Level the assessment determines a satisfactory or not

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level, the assessment determines a “Satisfactory” or “Not Satisfactory” level. Overall competency is determined only if all the summative task outcomes has been “Satisfactory”. To successfully complete this unit of competency, the learner must complete and obtain a “C” results in ALL the assessment tasks and activities of this unit Each assessment can only be attempted a maximum of two times (or as specified in college’s Reassessment Policy). If marked “NYC” in any unit of competency after all the allowed reassessment attempts have been exhausted, the learner will need to re- enrol in the unit according to college’s Reassessment Policy For a c omplete course, a “C” outcome in all the units of competency within the course must be achieved be able to gain the qualification. Learners who do not achieve “C” outcomes for all the units in a course, will be awarded a “Statement of Attainment” showing r espective competencies achieved Other assessment conditions such as assessment due dates and conditions for group assessments may be separately set by the assessor under advice to the course coordinator. These conditions may be shown in respective task description or negotiated by the trainer/assessor at the beginning of the term. Students must make note of these conditions. To maintain fairness in assessment, all the students will be provided with similar and equitable assessment conditions (place, time, opportunity and supervision) as applicable In-class assessment tasks must be completed during designated sessions in presence of an assessor Specific assessment conditions, such as group/team work, task schedules, in-class assessment time, submission method, penalties for late submission, assessment criteria etc., will be according to specific unit requirements and conveyed by the trainer/assessor at the beginning of the unit. Submission of Works All the written works must be submitted in a hard copy, and an additional soft/electronic copy if required by the trainer/assessor, with an accompanying “Assessment Cover Sheet”. Each Assessment Cover Sheet should be signed by the student and must contain student details and date of submission. Assessment Cover Sheets are available at the reception. Material submitted for assessment Word processed or handwritten assignments, reports, essays, projects, etc. must contain student’s name, ID (if available), address and contact details. Within the context of these assessment tasks, the assessor fulfils the role of client, manager or supervisor, as applicable. Work submitted for “approval” within this context must demonstrate care and attention to detail, such that the student inspires confidence that the work is being undertaken competently. Where soft copy/electronic files are submitted, students are encouraged to name the files according to established procedure. This would typically include a course or unit code, assessment or submission code, and in the case of multiple files an alphanumeric identifier. Multiple files may also be required to be submitted
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