Course Content
Develop evaluation data
Obtain and interpret information on organisation’s policies, procedures and compliance requirements. Develop evaluation methodology. Prepare evaluation plan, detailing established evaluation criteria and data to be collected. Confirm approval of plan from relevant stakeholders
Prepare and analyse evaluation data
Source required evaluation data according to evaluation plan. Organise, interpret and review collected data against established evaluation criteria. Discuss issues interpreting data and address in consultation with relevant stakeholders. Arrange evaluation data for analysis
Determine findings and reports on outcomes
Develop and discuss preliminary findings and any identified issues with relevant stakeholders. Source additional data required to clarify aspects of findings, and issues, where required. Prepare recommendations for actions to improve identified issues
BSBAUD515 Evaluate and review compliance (SINGLE UNIT)
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Download the example evaluation report presentation, and documented report to review the information that must be contained in these documents and presentations. 

The culmination of the compliance evaluation process involves the preparation of a comprehensive draft report that encapsulates the outcomes, findings, and recommendations derived from the evaluation. This report serves as a formal documentation of the evaluation process, presenting a detailed analysis of how the organisation aligns with the set compliance criteria, identifying any discrepancies or areas for improvement, and suggesting actionable steps to address these issues. The draft report is meticulously structured to ensure clarity, coherence, and accessibility of the information, thereby facilitating informed decision-making by the organisation’s leadership and relevant stakeholders.

Upon completion of the draft report, it is distributed among the relevant stakeholders for their review and input. This distribution is a critical step in ensuring the report’s accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. Stakeholders, with their diverse perspectives and expertise, can provide valuable feedback that may highlight additional considerations, propose alternative recommendations, or affirm the report’s findings. This collaborative review process not only enhances the quality and credibility of the report but also promotes stakeholder engagement and ownership of the compliance evaluation outcomes.

Following the receipt of feedback from stakeholders, the report undergoes a meticulous editing process to incorporate the feedback and refine the document. This may involve revising certain sections for clarity, adjusting recommendations based on stakeholder insights, or adding supplementary information to bolster the report’s comprehensiveness. Subsequent to the editing phase, the report is thoroughly proofread to eliminate any errors and ensure it meets the highest standards of professional documentation. Once the report is finalised, it requires formal sign-off by authorised personnel, signifying its accuracy and readiness for broader distribution.

This sign-off is an important step, as it officially endorses the report’s findings and recommendations, paving the way for implementation. The final report is then distributed to all relevant stakeholders in accordance with the evaluation plan, ensuring transparency and facilitating collective action towards enhancing compliance within the organisation.

Exercise Files
Evaluation report presentation example.pptx
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Compliance_Evaluation_Report_RTO Sample only.docx
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