A. Purpose of the assessment
The assessment for this unit is designed to help you gather evidence of your competence against the requirements of the unit of competency. Your evidence may take a variety of forms and must be:
- Authentic – your own work
- Valid – related to the competency
- Sufficient – appropriate quantity and quality
- Current – recent proof of your skills and knowledge
B. Adjustment and support
ACBI supports individual differences in the learning environment and provides ‘reasonable adjustment’ in training and assessment activities to support every learner. If you have any special needs that make it difficult for you to complete your learning or assessments, you should discuss this with your assessor. ACBI will endeavour to provide you with reasonable alternatives to assist you to complete the required tasks such as completing tests verbally or using an interpreter.
NOTE: If you have any special needs, you should discuss this with your assessor before starting your assessment.
While ACBI may not be able to assist you with language training or specific Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) training, our assessors will work with you to ensure that you are supported throughout your qualification. If you require individual tutoring this may attract an additional fee (please refer to the ACBI Student Handbook available from https://www.acbi.edu.au). Support may be offered by your assessor, or for more specialist support you may need to contact the RTO administration.
C. Assessment submission
Always submit assessments on time by the due date. You can find the due date in the unit course page on Moodle.
i. Assessment Coversheet
Once you have completed all the tasks of the assessment, you must complete the Assessment Cover Sheet, including signing the declaration.
ii. File naming conventions
When submitting assessments electronically follow the following standard for naming document files and subject line. You must insert the following information:
- Unit of Competency code (eg. BSBRSK401)
- ‘A’ for word assessment then followed by the assessment number [insert dash]
- Your first name and initial of last name. Capitalise only the first letter of names. Then insert a dash, followed by submission attempt.
Please refer to the “Instructions for Submitting Your Assessment” found within the unit course page on Moodle.
NOTE: Please take care to follow all instructions listed. Assessments uploaded with a draft status on Moodle may not be graded.
D. Assessment results and feedback
If your assessment is graded ‘Not Competent’, you receive instructions via the feedback form on components to be amended.
Your assessor is committed to providing you with detailed feedback on the outcomes of the assessment and will provide guidance on areas for improvement. In most instances, you should need only complete the sections of the assessment that were deemed ‘Not Satisfactory’. However, it is important to remember that depending on the task, it may be necessary to repeat the whole task (for example presentations or the delivery of a training session).
If resubmission is required, you will need to amend or update your assessment as a different version by the required term cut-off date, as detailed on Moodle.
NOTE: For further information on late assessment, please refer to the ‘Assessment Policy’ available on Moodle.
iii. What happens if you do not agree with the assessment result
If you do not think the assessment process is valid, or disagree with the decision once it is made, or believe that you have been treated unfairly, you can appeal.
The first step is to discuss the matter with your trainer. If you still do not agree with the assessment, you are able to request a re-assessment. It is possible to have your evidence assessed by a different trainer. If you remain dissatisfied after the re-assessment, you should contact the Director of Studies. Full details of the Appeals process are contained in your Student Handbook.
E. Technical tools for completing the assessment
To complete the assessment, you need access to:
- A computer with internet
- Word processing and other relevant programs to develop appropriate documentation and reports as required
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