Assessment “matching game”

I have been using WISC Online for online games and objects for a while now, this time I thought I would have a go at making my own (very basic!) game.  Have a go!  Or share with students. What do you think ?

Assessment Matching Game

This is not done as part of an e-learning program or via Moodle or Blackboard, rather, a stand-alone item which I could insert in e-learning (SCORM package) or use as suits the situation.  In this case just building a few items to have on hand.


Assessors’ Code of Practice

Adding this from Rel 3.4 of TAE10 (it has been appearing in Training Packages for the last 10+ years).Code of practice for assessors_from TAE10 rel 3.4

RPL Interview Example

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!).

RPL Interview begins

RPL Interview (Part 2)


Uploaded animations etc for my participants

For any of my participants reading this – I have added some animations and sound files (animation on doing an Introduction to Group Training, sound files on one-on-one coaching and assessments, the video version is at and also at so that you can better visualise what is coming up!