Course Content
Develop, conduct and validate assessments
Covering the requirements of the TAEASS411 and TAEASS413
Assessing competence
Assessing the vocational competence of a candidate is an extremely important responsibility. You are effectively ‘letting the candidate loose’ to work within an industry with your personal endorsement and that of your organisation. With such responsibility comes a legal duty of care to ensure you follow the appropriate steps and comply with the national standards and industry and organisational benchmarks. The steps used in assessing competence in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector are outlined below: 1. Prepare for the assessment by reviewing the assessment plan. 2. Brief the candidate clearly and accurately. 3. Gather valid, sufficient, current and authentic evidence. 4. Make an assessment decision. 5. Give feedback to the candidate regarding the process and outcomes. 6. Document and report the assessment outcomes. 7. Review the assessment for improvement.
TAE40122 Assessment Cluster
About Lesson

Now that you’re ready to practice assessing someone else, use this video simulation of a fictional person (Joe Bloggs) delivering a work skill training session via virtual training. In the exercise files, you’ll find a copy of Joe’s resources, and a copy of the Observation Checklist that is also on your Moodle site under: Assessment Planning Checklist and assessment review V1.3.docx 

Assess Joe and provide written feedback on the checklist template. 

Exercise Files
Assessment Planning Checklist and assessment review V1.3.docx
Size: 29.14 KB
Sample 1. BSBCMM211 Handout and Assessment.docx
Size: 2.54 MB
Sample 1. BSBCMM211 PowerPoint – Verbal Communication.pptx
Size: 663.97 KB
Sample 1. BSBCMM211 Session plan.docx
Size: 168.40 KB