EOI - CMTO Validation Activities

CBAA Communications, 2nd May 2019
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The Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO) are inviting Expressions of Interest from trainers to participate in our Pre-Assessment Quality Assurance Process and Post-Assessment Validation of various accredited course materials.
  • For Pre-Assessment Quality Assurance, you will review the Trainer Guide and the Resource Book, giving input on assessments, session plans and resources.
  • For Post-Assessment Validation will meet with the Head Trainer, reviewing student work and making sure that there is consistency in both assessor marking and student results. You will also provide feedback on assessments, session plans and resources.

The courses currently scheduled for Validation activities are listed here.

Who can conduct Validation?

Validation can be undertaken by one person or by a team of people, who collectively hold:

  • vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated
  • current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning, and
  • the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (or its successor TAE40116) or the TAESS00001 Assessor Skills Set (or its successor TAESS00011).

Validators can be employees of CMTO or from external organisations, including:

  • employers and employer associations
  • other industry bodies
  • trainers and assessors, or consultants.
  • other sector RTOs

The trainer and assessor who delivered/assessed the training product being validated:

  • can participate in the validation process as part of a team
  • cannot conduct the validation on his/her own
  • cannot determine the validation outcome for any assessment judgements they made, and
  • cannot be the lead validator in the assessment team

If you are interested being part of the validation process of any of these Skill Sets, please fill out the application form, or contact the CMTO on (02) 9318 9626.

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