The draft TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification and associated draft TAE units of competency have been released. There are six core units of competency:
- TAEASS412 Assess competence
- TAEASS413 Participate in assessment moderation and validation
- TAEDEL411 Facilitate accredited vocational training
- TAEDES411 Use nationally recognised training products for accredited vocational training and assessment
- TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for accredited vocational training
- TAEPDD401 Work effectively in vocational education and training.
The above list is in alphabetical order for units codes.
About this article
This article focuses on the TAEASS413 Participate in assessment moderation and validation unit of competency.
This unit has three elements:
- Prepare for assessment validation
- Participate in assessment validation
- Review assessment moderation and validation.
Assessment requirements for the TAEDES411 unit
An assessment task will be required to gather the specified Knowledge Evidence. A TAE Student must demonstrate they have the following knowledge:
- VET regulatory requirements relating to assessment moderation and validation activities, including:
- Key aspects of assessment moderation
- Key aspects of assessment validation
- Key features of the RTO’s assessment system
- Processes for analysing units of competency to identify evidence needed to demonstrate competence
- Key features of assessment tools
- Key features of common assessment methods
- Key features of training and assessment strategies
- WHS responsibilities relating to participating in assessment moderation and validation.
The specified volume of performance evidence will require the TAE Student to participate in a minimum of three assessment validation activities.
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