The following resources have been developed by the QCAA to help Queensland school RTOs meet the requirements of VET Quality Framework, including the Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations.
These documents are examples only. Schools are not required to use them, and may use any other system that meets current requirements. Other people or organisations who wish to use QCAA materials must obtain permission as stated in the copyright notice.
While the QCAA provides some models and samples, it is the RTO's responsibility to ensure that their use meets current requirements.
These resources are available only from the secure section of the QCAA website. If you do not have a BIC (Brief identification code) and password to login, contact email@example.com
Training and assessment strategies must meet the requirements of the relevant training package (or accredited course) and be developed through effective consultation with industry.
The following resources are provided to help school RTOs in developing effective and meaningful training and assessment strategies.
- Training and assessment strategy model: Streamlined format (DOTX, 148 kB)
- Training and assessment strategy model: Comprehensive format (DOCX, 576 kB)
Staff, facilities, equipment and training, and assessment materials must be developed through effective consultation with industry.
The following resource is provided to help school RTOs consult with industry.
Assessment in VET is the process of collecting evidence and making judgments on whether competency has been achieved, to confirm that an individual can perform to the standard expected in the workplace. Assessment tools are used to guide the collection of quality evidence in the assessment process.
The following resources are provided to help school RTOs in developing assessment tools.
- Observation and demonstration checklist (DOCX, 134 kB)
- Question and answer checklist 1 (DOCX, 135 kB)
- Question and answer checklist 2 (DOCX, 130 kB)
- Student training and learning diary (DOCX, 133 kB)
- Third-party evidence report (DOCX, 131 kB)
Assessment must be moderated as well as systematically validated. Moderation is a process of bringing assessment judgments and standards into alignment. Validation is a quality review process.
The following resource is provided to help school RTOs in their moderation and validation processes.
Last reviewed: 1 July 2014