Conduct Outcomes-based Assessment (Unit standard no 115753)
The course is presented over 3 days and candidates complete the Portfolio of Evidence after the workshop and submit it within 30 days for assessment. A half day and / or electronic support is provided for the preparation for the assessment assignment, if necessary.
A 5 day option - the Power course leads to the completion of the assessment assignment, known as the Portfolio of Evidence. The dates for the additional 2 days will depend on the number of candidates selecting the option and may be immediately after the initial workshop or 4 weeks later.
Candidates who have extensive outcomes-based assessment experience or have completed the course but not been assessed previously may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). A half day orientation is provided and the candidate then completes the Portfolio.
The course provides knowledge and skills relating to:
• National Qualifications Framework and the outcomes based education context
• Planning and conducting an assessment
• Quality Assurance of the assessment process
• Recognition of Prior Learning