Assessment Validation Policy Management and training staff are committed to the

Assessment validation policy management and training

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Assessment Validation Policy Management and training staff are committed to the continuous improvement of its assessment process, tools and outcomes. Details of the validation policy are below; i. All assessment strategies, processes and tools are validated every six (6) months. ii. The assessments are validated by trainers and assessors who were not involved in the training and assessment of the course (complies with Clause 1.11). Assessment validation will be conducted by a panel consisting of industry experts, trainers, assessors and management personnel who meet the requirements outlined in Clause 1.11. iii. All validation findings will be recorded in the Assessment Validation Review document, including any suggested changes. iv. All issues that arise from the validation process of assessment tools will be documented and tabled prior to the commencement of the next program to ensure further issues are prevented. This will take place at the bi-monthly management meeting. v. The company will apply a process that is transparent, representative, confidential, educative, and equitable and accepts tolerable variation in interpretation of standards. vi. The company will comply with the guiding principles of assessment and rules of evidence Transition requirements A maximum of 6 months to transition to the new training product from the release date on traiing.gov.au Manager’s name Richard Jackson: Director Date approved 01.01.2015 a) List two (2) major issues with the content in the sample TAS.12b) Based on the issues identified above, what adjustments will need to be made to the TAS?c) List at least three (3) stakeholders who should be involved in the development of a TAS and explain why. 1 2 TAEDES401A & TAEDES402A – Learner Workbook Version 4.1
Page 26 of 35 3 d) Why is it important to include stakeholders in the design and review phase of a training and assessment strategy (TAS)? Assessment Two – Case Study You work for a Registered Training Organisation that has recently secured a contract with a large company that operates in numerous sites across Australia. The contract involves the development of a learning program for their yearly trainee intake of approximately fifty (50) staff. All trainees will be enrolled in the BSB30415 TAEDES401A & TAEDES402A – Learner Workbook Version 4.1
Page 27 of 35 Certificate III in Business Administration. While each trainee's job may vary slightly based on the site they are employed in, they are all given the same role description (see below). You are required to develop a suitable course structure for this group by completing Task 1 - 4. Business Administration Trainee – Position Description Core duties include: Answering phone calls Booking appointments Customer service and liaising with clients Data entry relating to sales and client management Processing sales Ordering and restocking office equipment and stationary Preparation of letters, memos and other documentation as required Basic housekeeping Desirable skills and characteristics include: Must be able to work as a team and as an individual Ability to use initiative and judgement Positive attitude

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