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Evidence Plan

Planning tool First stage in developing an evidence gathering tool List of the evidence that the assessor must gather when conducting the assessment of a particular unit of competence

EVIDENCE PLAN
Occupational Area: Unit of Competence:

Evidence Gathering Method

Accounting
Maintain Financial Records
Observation with Oral questioning

Ways in which evidence will be collected:

Evidence Gathering Requirements


Theevidence evidencemust mustshow showthat thatthe thecandidate candidatecan can The

1. Maintain Maintaindaily daily financial financialrecords records correctly correctly based basedon on source. source. 1. documentsin in accordance accordancewith with organizational organizationalrequirements. requirements. documents 2. Identify Identify and and rectify rectify or or refer refer discrepancies discrepancies// errors errors in in 2. documentation/transactionto to designated designatedperson. person. documentation/transaction 3. Accurate Accurate and andpromptly promptly enter entercredit credit and anddebit debittransaction transaction 3. into journals journals in in accordance accordancewith with organizational organizationalrequirements requirements into

x x
x

x x

Performance Criteria Criteria Performance


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Elements x x
Critical Aspect x x Of Competency
x x x

4. Maintain Maintaingeneral generalledger. ledger. 4. 5. Verify Verify source source of of documents documentssuch such as asauthorization, authorization,balance, balance,formats formats etc. etc. 5.
6. Coordinate with other to complete data relating to financial records.

Dimensions of competence

Knowledge Test

Development of the Evidence Plan


Mode of Assessment

OS

Evidence Plan

Actual observation of the performing his/her job in industry.

candidate

Collection of evidences/ documents on his past and present work experiences and training. ( Portfolio of evidences)

Simulation of the a job performance, demonstrating his competencies in a designated Assessment Center.

All

the elements of the units of competencies covered by the Qualification. Covers the Core competencies , including the common & basic competencies

A. Observation / Demonstration in performing a practical project. This may be done in an Assessment Center or in an actual industry setting. Oral questioning accompanies this process, especially when assessor needs to verify the knowledge & skills of the candidate. Knowledge Tests: 1. Oral questions on the basic competencies are employed for Level I & II 2. Written tests will be given in Level III to V on some generic competencies and core competencies involving management or supervisory functions.

Evidence Gathering Methods


Evidence gathering methods describe the approach that is used by the assessor for collecting the evidence required for assessment

Types of Evidence Gathering Methods

Real work / real time observation third party reports Structured activities demonstration Questioning Oral / interview Written Portfolio candidate collection of evidence

Evidence

Gathering Tool is the actual instruments that the assessor uses to collect evidence. (Assessment Tool) Such as:

o Observation/Demonstration with oral questioning o Written test of underpinning knowledge

Purpose of evidence gathering tools

Help candidate understand what is expected Focus for the assessor in evidence gathering Record assessment outcome Identify what action is needed to address skill and knowledge gaps

Observation
Observation is a key form of evidence gathering

Observation should collect evidence of all components of

competence, including the dimensions of competence

Need evidence of everyday performance, not just

performance carried out as part of the assessment process

Observation Checklists
Checklists are extremely useful tools for structuring observations. They can act as a: prompt for the assessor guide for the candidate.

Observation is not appropriate for ...

activities that occur irregularly, take place over an extended period of time or are difficult to observe activities that require privacy and confidentiality situations where it may be culturally inappropriate to observe the activity situations where workplace safety may be compromised.

Questioning is appropriate for ...

Times when observation cannot be used

Verifying observations
Underpinning knowledge Dimensions of competence

Stages in preparing an evidence plan

Select and read full unit of competence.* Identify evidence requirements elements and performance criteria. dimensions of competence. underpinning skills and knowledge critical aspects of competence. Develop a list of evidence requirements Identify best ways of collecting evidence Document evidence plan

Evidence Plan
Occupation: Consumer Electronics Servicing

Level:
Unit of competence cover

III
All units of competences

Ways in which evidence will be collected:

Practical assessment

With Oral Questions

Demonstration

Observation/

The evidence must show that the candidate is able to:

Maintain and repair Audio/ Video Products Apply safety rules and procedures. Perform preventive maintenance. X X

Identify faults and defects in accordance with testing procedures.

Analyse Troubles and Isolation Techniques.

Understand the principle of operation of Electronic Components & Circuits.

Read and interpret electronic schematic symbols and diagram.

Assessment

Knowledge

Evidence Plan
Occupation:
Level: Unit of competence cover All units of competences Practical Ways in which evidence will be collected:

assessment
Demonstration

The evidence must show that the candidate is able to:

Assessment

Observation/

Knowledge

Questions

With Oral