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Provide organisational context and role play opportunitiesWork with others in a teamCommunicate with diverse groupsUse up to date equipment and software toolsReflect time pressures and deadlinesShow the complexity of dealing with multiple tasksInvolve prioritising among competing tasksDeal with internal and/or external customers or clientsFind, discuss and test solutions to problemsAnswer practically oriented, applied knowledge questionsShow the level of written and verbal expression sufficient for, but not exceeding, the workrequirementsAddress OH&S issues relevant to the unit of competency and contextAllows trainers/assessors to assess skills in an objective mannerAllows assessment of complex interactions, skills and attributes that may be difficult to reproduce orassessThe challenge for assessors is to create/use realistic simulations that enable valid and reliable assessment tooccur, and to ensure that assessment decisions made on this basis are considered to be as credible as thosemade in the workplace (Training WA, 2012).Assessment MethodAssessment in this unit is based on assessment and evidence guidelines provided in the unit of competencyand the training package. The evidence is generated through summative assessment tasks. However, the roleof Formative Tasks is crucial in developing the required skills and knowledge in completing the summativetasks. Formative tasks enable the trainers to evaluate their own delivery and adjust their facilitation based onthe outcomes from these tasks. The role of formative assessments is to improve learning and adapt to studentneeds.
BSB40215 | BSBCMM401 Make a Presentation Trainer’s Guide | V 1.0 | June 2015 Macquarie Education Group Australia Pty Ltd t/a Macquarie Institute | RTO Code 91305 | CRICOS Code 02657J Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2016 Page 20of 49These tasks and activities usually take place throughout the unit and planned in accordance with thesummative assessment plan/schedule. The formative tasks are generally referred to as “Portfolio” tasks.Portfolio is a collection of all the formative tasks completed during the learning sessions. The portfolio can beused by students as an evidence of participation or example of work completed as part of their learning.Formative tasks are not assessed.For summative tasks, the following assessment methods are available to collect the aforementioned evidenceto demonstrate satisfactory performance in this unit;Written Assessment TasksPractical/Analytical TasksTest/ExaminationsProjectsObservationIntegrated AssessmentTheWritten Assessment Tasks and Testshave been developed to address various parts of PerformanceCriteria as well as Required Knowledge.ThePractical Tasksare developed to demonstrate competence in Required Skills. These assessment tasks andactivities are mostly designed as in‐class assessments, enabling the trainers to observe the work beingundertaken and completed (i.e. demonstration of a specific/required skill). Practical tasks may also include use
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