The Advanced Assessor Course is intended to provide experienced practitioners with a deeper understanding of formative and summative assessment processes by planning, designing, and developing assessment instruments. You will gain further skills and knowledge on what quality evidence looks like and get to see how assessment tools work when used by others. Not only will you practice receiving feedback from other assessors to continually improve assessment processes, but you’ll also strengthen your ability to apply Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) practices.
To attend this course, you must hold the three units of competency from the Assessor Course course. See details under “more information”.
Note: This course contributes towards the nationally recognised TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Note: This course is also a component of the Upgrade TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Participants in this program will be able to:
- Determine the focus of the assessment tool;
- Understand the collection of quality evidence;
- Determine different assessment methods including RPL options;
- Appreciate the contextual assessment needs for different environments;
- Apply formative and summative assessment;
- Review and trial assessment tools; and,
- Address document control processes.
Unit of Competency:
- TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
As indicated above, to attend this course, evidence must be submitted that the participant already holds the following Units of Competency (or equivalent) from the Assessor Course:
- TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes;
- TAEASS402 Assess competence; and,
- TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation.
To enrol into this qualification, you must be able to demonstrate vocational competency in your proposed training and assessment areas. This includes an understanding of the content in the vocation and current experience in the industry.
It is also vital for participants to have access to a workplace and to a person who holds the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification or equivalent. If you don’t have a workplace or access to a qualified person, please contact AVELING and we can look at ways to assist you complete your workplace assignments. (Charges may apply).
Upon booking to complete your first AVELING program, participants will be required to complete a LLN Learner Survey which will be reviewed prior to attending the program. Based on the outcome of the survey, AVELING may contact you to discuss options that will best suit your individual learning needs. This survey will allow AVELING to cater program delivery to meet the needs of all learners. Please note that additional costs may be incurred if literacy support is required.
AVELING’s Competitive Advantage
AVELING takes a holistic approach in the design and delivery of units and courses within the Training and Assessment suite of programs. We optimise the learning delivery time by sequencing units and courses in flexible program options. Our world class facilities, experienced trainers, comprehensive learning materials and outstanding assessment support capabilities culminate in training and assessment programs where the learner feels fully supported along the journey. Not only will participants have an experiential program engagement with the trainer, but the AVELING learning cohort will link you to other training and assessment practitioners with whom you’ll have a deep learning experience.
$820 (GST Free)
Those who plan, organise and conduct competency based assessments in the workplace, including Verification of Competencies (VOCs).
For individuals completing the course only, a statement of attainment will be issued after being deemed competent having successfully:
1. Attended the course and completed all in-class assessments.
2. Completed all the relevant workplace assignments.
Workplace assignments must be submitted within 12 months of course completion.
If you have eight (8) or more participants, this course can be presented at your workplace using customised site based examples.