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CPC10108 -- Training and assessment strategy -- School sample

    CPC10108 Certificate I in Construction

    Training and assessment strategy School sample

30 November 2009

This document is provided by the Queensland Studies Authority for the use of Queensland schools that are RTOs. Its

    primary purpose is as an example, but it may be modified freely by school RTOs for their use.

    Once altered by the school RTO, it becomes the responsibility of the RTO. The RTO must ensure that this assessment tool meets the requirements of the current AQTF.

    The RTO must ensure that trainers and assessors understand and apply the strategy for training and assessment. Any other documents that are used in conjunction with this document should be referred to and linked.

    Sample State College

    CPC10108 Certificate I in Construction

    Training and assessment strategy

School/RTO name Sample State College

Training Code Version CPC10108 1 package

    Title Certificate I in Construction

    Qualification National CPC10108 qualification

    code

    Title Certificate I in Construction

    Packaging 7 Core and 3 Electives rules Certificate packaging rules:

    www.ntis.gov.au/Default.aspx?/trainingpackage/CPC08/qualification/CPC10108/rules

    Download package from: http://www.ntis.gov.au/Default.aspx?/trainingpackage/CPC08 Units of National code Title Core / Pathway / competency Specialisation /

    Elective / etc.

    CPCCCM1002A Work effectively and sustainable in the construction industry C

    CPCCCM1003A Plan and organise work C

    CPCCCM1004A Conduct workplace communication C

    CPCCCM2001A Read and interpret plans and specifications C

    CPCCCM2005A Use construction tools and equipment C

    CPCCVE1001A Undertake a basic construction project C

    CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry C

    CPCCOHS2001A E Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the

    construction industry

    CPCCCM1005A Carry out measurements and calculations E

    CPCCCM2004A Handle construction materials E

    CPCCCM2006A Apply basic levelling procedures E

Clients and This qualification is designed for people seeking a pathway into the building industry via apprenticeships and environment traineeships.

    The qualification is targeted at:

    ; school Years 11 and 12

    ; those for whom access to VET and/or work is difficult (such as disengaged youth, indigenous people, people

    with disabilities and other equity groups)

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    CPC10108 Certificate I in Construction

    Training and Duration

    assessment The expected completion time for a Certificate I in Construction is 4 semesters / 220 hours. This will be achieved arrangements through 3 x 70 minute lessons per week.

    With Training Packages, assessment and training may be conducted at the workplace, off-the-job, at a training

    organisation, during regular work, or through work experience, work placement, work simulation or any

    combination of these.

    Organisation

    The program will be delivered through class based projects and simulated work environments. Course structure

    Term / Topic / Theme / Guidelines Units of competency Semester

    1 Safety

    Introduction to the Construction Industry CPCCCM1004A : 3.1 to 3.5

    (Power Point Presentation and Talk)

    Safety in Construction Industry (White Card) CPCCOHS1001A 1.1 to 4.3

    Apply OHS requirements in the Construction Industry (Wooden CPCCOHS2001A 1.1 to 5.4

    Float and Notched Trowel)

    CSQ Working safely in the Construction Industry CPCCOHS2001A 1.1 to 5.4

    Interactive DVD

    2 Site Preparation

    Levelling Techniques CPCCCM2006A1.1 to 3.2

    Reading plans and specifications CPCCCM2001A 1.1 to 6.3

    Communicating on the job CPCCCM1004A 1.1 to 4.4

    Using measuring devices CPCCCM1005A 1.1 to 4.4

    Carry All project CPCCVE1001A 1.1 to 7.2

    CPCCCM1004A 1.1 to 4.4

    CPCCOHS2001A 1.1 to 5.4 3 Planning and Preparing to Undertake a Task

    Saw Horse Project COCCVE1001A 1.1 to 7.2

     CPCCM1003A 1.1 to 4.2

    Minor Project e.g.: concreting, bench seat COCCVE1001A 1.1 to 7.2

     CPCCM1003A 1.1 to 4.2

    CPCCM2004A 1.1 to 4.2

    CPCCCM2005A 1.1 to 5.2 4 Major Project CPCCCM1002A

     CPCCCM1003A

    CPCCCM1004A

    CPCCCM2001A

    CPCCCM2005A

    CPCCVE1001A

    CPCCCM1005A

    CPCCCM2004A

    CPCCCM2006A

    CPCCOHS2001A

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    Training and Evidence gathering techniques

    assessment The following matrix identifies the type of evidence that will be collected towards competency and to enable arrangements judgements to be made about student’s competency in each unit. (continued)

    Key to techniques A Major project or tools used: B Teacher questioning

    C Written responses

    D Observations with checklists and self assessment

    E Minor project

    F Role play / Oral presentation

    G Work placement feedback or evidence gathered through work placement Units of competency Check (X) technique that applies

    A B C D E F G CPCCCM1002A X X X CPCCCM1003A X X X CPCCCM1004A X X X X CPCCCM2001A X X CPCCCM2005A X X X CPCCVE1001A X X X CPCCOHS1001A X X X CPCCOHS2001A X X X CPCCCM1005A X X CPCCCM2004A X X X CPCCCM2006A X X X

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Training and Staff Units of Training assessment competency arrangements Technical advisor Qualified assessor Qualified trainer staff

     CPCCCM1002A The RTO

    establishes and CPCCCM1003A verifies that trainers and

    assessors meet CPCCCM1004A nationally

    agreed CPCCCM2001A competency

    requirements CPCCCM2005A and continue to

    develop their CPCCVE1001A competencies as per these

    requirements. CPCCOHS1001A

     CPCCOHS2001A (For each unit of

    competency, CPCCCM1005A indicate the staff involved in

    CPCCCM2004A delivery with a brief summary

    of their CPCCCM2006A qualifications

    with links to any

    further detail,

    and identify if

    this is being

    delivered by one

    person, or in a

    team approach)

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    Assessment The processes used to validate assessment in this course are: validation Training and assessment strategies and assessment items are reviewed annually by industry personnel as process well as other trainers and assessors and comments for continual improvements are noted.

     Validation by industry

    An internal review conducted annually with an industry representative to check that standards expected of students are consistent with current industry practice

    Date of review Business name Contact person Contact details

     Mob:

    Tel:

    Email:

    Web:

     Mob:

    Tel:

    Email:

    Web:

     Mob:

    Tel:

    Email:

    Web:

     Mob:

    Tel:

    Email:

    Web: Record of consultations can be found at:

    Industry feedback summary of last consultation:

    Date of next consultation: Date of last consultation:

     Internal review findings

    [Insert summary of findings]

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     Internal audit findings

    The internal review will examine the training and assessment strategy and identify areas for improvement.

    [Insert summary of findings]

Date of next audit: Date of last internal:

     Assessment instrument review

    [Insert name of trainer to initiate review]

    The internal review will also review all assessment instruments to ensure they are appropriate for the units of

    competency and reflect information contained in the elements, performance criteria, range of variables, and

    evidence guide.

[Insert summary of findings]

Date of next review: Date of last review:

Internal moderation

    Where more than one teacher is involved in delivery and assessment, moderation of assessment judgments

    will occur regularly.

    Next internal moderation date:

    Resource Record of available resources for this course:

    requirements School resources

    ;

    Outside resources (agreement established)

    ;

    Training resources

    Note: These are links to real website resources.

    ; http://toolboxes.flexiblelearning.net.au/preview/index.htm

    ; http://industry.flexiblelearning.net.au/

    ; http://trainingsupport.skills.vic.gov.au/default.cfm

    ; http://vetinfonet.det.wa.edu.au/vet/resources_and_support.aspx Other resources

    Note: These are links to real website resources.

    ; QSA AQTF Resources Kit: http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/syllabus/1416.html ; QSA General VET information: http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/syllabus/3137.html ; EQ Education policy and procedures register (replacing the DOEM):

    http://education.qld.gov.au/strategic/eppr/

    ; HLS-PR-012: Curriculum Activity Risk Management Modules:

    http://education.qld.gov.au/strategic/eppr/health/hlspr012/index1.html ; EQ Maintaining a Safe Design Technology Workspace:

    http://education.qld.gov.au/strategic/eppr/health/hlspr012/designspace.html ; EQ Reporting Student Achievements for Year 10 VET students:

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    http://education.qld.gov.au/strategic/accountability/performance/faq_principals.html#14

    ; Queensland Transition and Mapping Guides (VET):

    http://www.trainandemploy.qld.gov.au/partners/training_packages_and_courses/

    training_materials/mapguides/index.html

    Pathways Students will develop skills that lead to:

    ; [Insert further study / career options]

    ; [Insert further study / career options]

    ; Follow link for qualifications pathway information within the Training Package [Insert hyperlink]

    Student Student feedback may be collected and analysed feedback To assist with continuous improvement processes, students are given opportunities to provide feedback

    during the course and after each assessment item. They are also given a satisfaction survey at the

    completion of each year.

    Students also participate in the internal review procedure.

    Student feedback is collected and analysed

    http://www.acer.edu.au/aqtf/learnerqi.html (link to Learner Engagement survey)

    [Insert description of data collection methods]

    Date data is submitted: [Insert date]

    Date data is analysed: [Insert date]

    SDCS Trainers and assessors provide student progress information to the SDCS operator and verify that accurate

    and up-to-date information is recorded.

    Note: Your description should be written so that a new trainer would understand the procedures and

    methods in use at your school. A sample process is set out below.

    [Insert description of methods]

    ; SDCS data is provided for input only after training has begun.

    ; A start date and anticipated end date is provided for each unit of competency.

    ; A list of units of competency in which the student is enrolled is also provided.

    ; The default outcome of ”continuing enrolment” is entered for courses spanning more than one calendar

    year; otherwise the outcome is left blank until the competency is established.

    ; Before each data submission to the QSA, outcomes and dates are reviewed and updated as required.

    ; Data is provided to the SDCS operator on hard copy each time competencies are achieved by students

    and when students have achieved the qualification.

    ; After data entry a printout from the SDCS system is provided to the trainer/assessor for checking, and

    returned with any corrections to the SDCS operator. This printout is signed and dated by the teachers as

    accurate.

    ; After adjustments or corrections, the SDCS operator provides an updated printout for the

    trainer/assessor.

    ; On completion of the course, unit outcomes are checked by the assessor to confirm outcomes and

    whether a certificate or a statement of attainment will be issued.

    ; The SDCS operator will check the radio button to indicate partial completion or successful completion of

    the qualification.

    ; The SDCS operator will provide the assessor with a final printout of results.

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Validation and moderation information

    Who will manage the process, when will it be done, who will follow through?

    Continuous improvement

    Continuous improvement is based upon assessment validation.

    Moderation: The process of bringing assessment judgements and standards into alignment. It is a process that ensures the same standards are applied to all assessment results within the same Units(s) of Competency. (Source: AQTF, Users’ Guide to the Essential Conditions and Standards for Continuing Registration, p.72) It

    enables assessors to develop a shared understanding of the requirements of specific Training Packages, including the relevant competency standards and assessment guidelines, the nature of evidence, how evidence is collected and the basis on which assessment decisions are made. (Source: TAA04 Training and Assessment Training

    Package Glossary of Terms).

    Validation is a quality review process. It involves checking that the assessment tool produced valid, reliable, sufficient, current and authentic evidence to enable reasonable judgements to be made as to whether the requirements of the relevant aspects of the Training Package or accredited course have been met. It includes reviewing and making recommendations for future improvements to the assessment tool, process and/or outcomes. (Source: AQTF, Users’ Guide to the Essential Conditions and Standards for Continuing Registration, p.80)

    Assessment validation includes, but goes beyond, assessment moderation.

    Industry consultation sample questions (Questions may need to be reworded to suit the audience.

    Those consulted must be current in the industry and the consultation should have a clear impact on the strategy for training and assessment.)

    Industry organisations Employers*

    Review questions ; Is the assessment process consistent ; Will the assessment process fit comfortably (before implementing with industry expectations as described within your organisation’s activities and the assessment in the Training Package Assessment workplace culture? process) Guidelines and units of competency? ;

    ; Do the selected assessment methods reflect current industry standards and work

    and tools reflect current industry practices used in your business?

    standards and practices?

    Evaluation questions ; Is the industry comfortable about ; Has the assessment process had a positive employing graduates who have impact on your organisation?

    demonstrated achievement through this ; Were supervisors able to use the assessment assessment process? tools effectively?

    ; Do you think that this assessment ; Did the assessment tools provide your process will preserve or improve organisation with useful information about your workplace performance standards in employees, trainees or apprentices? your industry? ; Were the judgments made about the

    candidates’ competencies consistent with your

    knowledge of these employees, trainees or

    apprentices?

    ; Have the candidates assessed as competent

    through the assessment process continued to

    perform at the appropriate level?

    *Questions for employers of candidates who are employees, trainees or apprentices or who have been placed

    through work placement or work experience and are being assessed in the workplace.

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