UPDATE 010814 Very excited to say that since last month I have been exchanging thoughts and comments with other people interested about this – LLN, ACSF and the issue of being able to find ACSF level 4 and 5 tools (difficult – as most set to ACSF levels 1-3). Speaking with others on a LinkedIn group (AITD) has resulted in “my” tool being modified and improved and then submitted for validation. Result to come this week and it will be a genuinely collaborative, quality result. It is great to be able to share and collaborate in this way. The issues of 1. tools at higher ACSF levels (particularly if training TAELLN411 or TAELLN401A and needing participants to demonstrate their competence with using ASCF tools) and 2. the search for “validated tools’ are tricky ones (I speak as a TAE trainer, not an LLN Specialist, needing to train and assess the LLN unit as stand-alone and part of TAE40110). I am attaching the second version (improved by Ann Brady) of the generic tool and soon will be able to post the validated and improved third version following validation. I attach it in pdf because this one has already been modified so there is no point modifying V2 when V3 is coming already. Generic LLN Assessment Adapted Jul 2014 Love to get your feedback – via here or LinkedIn. People in Melb attending the FACE event if you would care to read this and comment on the night that would be great. Thanks! Karen RTO FACE Meeting 14/8/14 Collingwood Vic JULY 2014 Adding a form I made myself when my students (and I) were finding it hard to locate an ACSF tool at level 4 let alone 5. Has not been validated as yet. If you have found any or created any that you are happy to share (either for use or just for an example for trainer-use only) please let me know! Generic LLN Assessment
I have added two “how to…” videos and will add more as I find them or make them.
How to…locate a unit of competency (I have prepared)
How to…do a powerpoint 2010 presentation (mullinsj08, Windows Tutorials youtube)
Well what a classic combo..Bloom’s taxonomy of learning objectives and Seinfeld! I really love Seinfeld (and miss it). Not sure if this is a great example but it was fun rewatching!
From Community Services Health Industry Skills Council – a good overview with some health-related examples.
Overview of competency based assessment terms.
When using National Training Packages to train and assess staff we “validate” qualification units and their assessment kits (review and check). Often done face-to-face with a team of validators (who may be assessors, quality managers, assessment designers, trainers or others with a stake in the RTO providing compliant documentation and processes).
Attached is a light-hearted example of how these often kick off (though costumes are not usually necessary!)
Here are two clips – Intro of RPL Interview and then the remainder and close (Part 2). This is to give TAE students an idea of how it goes. This is a free (and fairly limited) animation program (Plotagon)…it is intended to give you an idea (rather than be a cinematic masterpiece!).
Adding some extra items re LLN. One is a form I devised myself – after finding that many of my participants spent longer trying to locate ACSF tools at Levels 4 and 5 than it might take to create their own. If you have also found this, or have some ideas and items for assessing LLN core skills at levels 4 and 5 please let me know – I would love to see them.
Adding in a few videos which may be useful when training.
Body Language – Amy Cuddy 2012 Ted Talk
In my “training clips” folder are several short clips on the following;
Groups, Andragogy/Adult learning, Learning Styles (VAK) and Learning Styles (Honey and Mumford).