Principles of on-job assessment for industry training

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Author: Alkema, Anne; McDonald, Heather

Abstract:

A consortium of New Zealand industry training organisations (ITOs) - ServiceIQ, BCITO, Primary ITO, The Skills Organisation, and Competenz - undertook an evidence-based review of assessment practices in industry training to identify models of 'good practice'. The research found that the workplace provides an authentic context for learning and as such provides a genuine context for assessing the progress, skills, knowledge and competencies of trainees. It provides opportunities for on-job assessment that are fair, valid, feasible to undertake and not overly onerous for trainees, employers...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Assessment; Vocational education and training; Quality; Industry; Providers of education and training; Workforce development

Keywords: Competency based assessment; Industry training body; Partnership in education and training; Best practice; On the job training; Work based learning

Geographic subjects: New Zealand; Oceania

Published: Wellington, New Zealand: Ako Aotearoa (National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence), 2016

Physical description: 19 p. (report) + [4] p. (summary)

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https://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/assessment-practice-industry-training

ISBN: 9780947516123 (report print); 9780947516130 (report online); 9780947516154 (summary print); 9780947516147 (summary online)

Statement of responsibility: Prepared for ServiceIQ and Ako Aotearoa by Anne Alkema and Heather McDonald, Heathrose Research

Notes:
The summary report was produced by Anne Alkema and Heather McDonald with Natalie Bourke, Nyk Huntington, Leeann Clark, Graeme Couper, Lorretta Garrow, Mark Williams, and Martin MacLean.

Resource type: Report

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Document number: TD/TNC 126.212

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