QUEENSFORD COLLEGECOMMUNITY SERVICESCHCAGE003 Coordinate services for older peopleASSESSMENT INFORMATION – STUDENTGeneral InformationThis assessment is suited as a summative assessment in a learning and assessmentpathway. The timeframe and deadlines for the assessment will be negotiatedbetween yourself, the student, and your assessor. Your assessor could be the sameor a different person to your trainer. In order to be assessed as competent, you will need to show sufficient evidencewhich demonstrates that you can perform the required competencies to therequired standard. You also need to show you can demonstrate these skills,attitude and knowledge consistently, confidently and sometimes in a variety ofsituations.Gathering evidenceQueensford College Assessors will use a variety of methods for gathering evidence.Assessments will be made up of a combinationof the following tasks:Question and Answer - (written or verbal) - You will have a set of writtenquestions to complete. Your assessor is likely to ask you to verbally verify some ofyour answers.Project - You will need to complete one or several projects that relate to thesimulated work environment. This will allow you to demonstrate the application ofyour knowledge and skills as required by the unit/s of competency.Activities - You will need to complete activities that relate to the simulated workenvironment to demonstrate your understanding of the unit/s. Assessor Observation/Demonstration - You will be asked to demonstrate sometasks directly to your assessor. This may happen, either in the classroom or in asimulated work-environment as you perform your usual tasks/ duties. Please make sure to write your name on all assessment documents. If you do not agree with an assessment decision you have the right to appeal. Seeother attachmentNote:Please ensure that all work/evidence provided is your own. If you are foundto have submitted work other than your own, your enrolment may be cancelled andyou may be withdrawn from the program. Your signed Student Declaration formspart of the assessment record. For further information, please refer to your StudentHandbook. Assessment resourcesFor classroom based assessments, your assessor will provide you with all necessaryresources to complete the assessment tasks. For simulated workplace basedassessments, Queensford College will ensure that you have access to the resourcesyou require to complete the assessment tasks.Please noteThe practice of plagiarism or collusion is prohibited. Plagiarism is the practice oftaking someone else’s work or ideas and passing it off as one’s own work andAssessment Workbook| Version 2.0 October 2016 Page 6of 13
QUEENSFORD COLLEGECOMMUNITY SERVICESCHCAGE003 Coordinate services for older peoplecollusion is the presentation another person’s assessment as one’s own and/orproviding your own work to another person to allow them to pass it off as their own.