SYSTEMATIC VALIDATION OF ASSESSMENT: “This is your conscience speaking!”

OVERVIEW  

Sometimes we ‘cringe’ when we see Easter promotions immediately after Christmas. We know we have ‘heaps of time’ to get the Easter eggs or hot cross buns before Easter Sunday. But, if you are anything like me, you’ll be rushing down to the shops on the Saturday before!

So promoting the opportunity to ‘enjoy’ three years of validation opportunities well before the 1st April 2018 is an opportunity not to be missed.

Join John Price for this not-to-be-missed validation webinar reflecting on:

  • What we should have planned to validate over a five year period starting on the 1st April 2015 (50% of the training products on scope in the first three years and the remaining 50% in the next two years);

  • Why we planned it to happen (based on relative risk);

  • What we did to make it happen (determined the population size of our assessments and selected a statistically validate sample of completed assessments);

  • How we conducted the validation activities (the criteria we used to determine if we agreed on the judgements that had been made); and

  • What we did with the results we obtained (improved our assessment practices).

Of course, John will also give you some good tips to make the process more efficient whilst still maintaining the effectiveness of this important quality review of assessment practices.

Presenter: John Price

John has been an educator and trainer for over 40 years and in that time has worked as a Head of Department at TAFE, mentor, facilitator of national workshops covering delivery and assessment, risk management, auditing, leadership and interpersonal skill development.

John has been a keynote speaker at conventions and conferences, and maintained a grass roots level approach to dealing with people at all levels of the organisation.

He has also assisted over 300 organisations in Australia to achieve quality certification to the range of National Training Standards including: Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations (versions 2012 and 2015); Australian Quality Training Framework standards (AQTF from 2001 – 2010) Australian and International ISO9001 standards (AS/NZS and ISO from 1987 – 2008) and worked with these organisations in establishing continuous improvement systems and strategies.

Registrations close Monday 21 August.

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