the introduction of new workplace agreements, an emphasis on multi-skilling
and the move to competency based training there is an increasing
emphasis on recognition gained in the workplace. The role of the
Workplace Assessor is pivotal for the achievement and recognition
for workplace assessment is important if all the stakeholders -
workers, management, others in the industry and training providers
are to have confidence in the system.
nationally endorsed Competency Standards for Assessors.
an accredited program which is on the National Training Register
into TAFE courses
recognised by Dept. of Occupational Health and Safety in WA as
part of their requirements for registered Assessors for Certificates
Presenters of our program are extremely experienced trainers.
Each of them has actual experience in working in industry. They
have genuine concern for the learners and ensure learners are actively
At the end of the program which includes a workplace project and
workplace practice participants will be able to:
Identify and use the appropriate assessment methods for the context,
purpose and competencies to beassessed.
Use appropriate interpersonal skills in conducting an assessment
and giving feedback:
Organise assessments and record results
and list problems and issues faced in assessment and explain ways
to minimise the impact.
What assessment is
Competency Based systems
Methods of assessment
Planning and recording assessment
Designing assessment instrument
Relating to the candidate and using interpersonal skills
Putting it all together
person who is responsible for assessing performance in the workplace.
Industry Appointed Assessors
People seeking registration as assessors of Competency under Worksafe
who have high technical skills and are asked to judge the performance
PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE A NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION
A MORE COMPETENT WORKFORCE
GREATER VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF ASSESSMENT RESULTS
A SYSTEM WHICH IS SEEN AS FAIR AND RELEVANT BY PEOPLE IN THE WORKPLACE