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Steps in Conducting

Assessment

CACO 1 TESDA

STEP 1 Establish the context and purpose of assessment The assessor must:  Familiarize self with the Qualification or UCs to be assessed  Ensure that the assessment site complies with the relevant OHS requirements.  Ensure that assessment resources are available CACO 2 TESDA .

STEP 2 Plan and prepare the evidence gathering process The assessor shall – Receive ASSESSMENT PACKAGE composed of the following from the TESDA Representative:  One copy of Assessor’s Guide and Assessment Guide (for selected Qualifications) CACO 3 TESDA .

g. Competency Assessment Results Summary (CARS) CACO 4 TESDA .. Demonstration with oral questioning and Written Test) 3. STEP 2/2 Plan and prepare the evidence gathering process Copies of the following corresponding to the number of candidates: 1. Rating Sheet (according to the methods of assessment to be used e. Specific Instruction to the Candidate 2.

STEP 3 Prepare the candidate The assessor shall -  Check attendance and identity of candidates and collect Admission Slips  Instruct the candidates to sign on the Attendance Sheet  Conduct orientation to candidates CACO 5 TESDA .

tools and equipment required to complete the tasks  Provide each candidate a copy of the “Specific Instructions to the Candidate”  Conduct assessment in accordance with the methodologies specified in the Evidence Plan and the Specific Instructions for the Competency Assessor CACO 6 TESDA .STEP 4 Collect the evidence and make the assessment decision The assessor shall:  Provide the candidates with all the materials.

performance criteria. range of variables and evidence guide in the relevant units of competency CACO 7 TESDA .STEP 4/2 Collect the evidence and make the assessment decision  implement the evidence gathering process and ensure its validity. fairness and flexibility  Observe the candidate and keep notes of unusual conditions or situation during the entire conduct of assessment  Collect appropriate evidence and match compatibility to the elements. reliability.

currency. contingency management skills and job/role environment skills Judge the evidence in terms of validity. authenticity. task management skills. and sufficiency (portfolio/documents) Record on Rating Sheets details of evidence collected and judgment made about the candidate’s performance CACO 8 TESDA . consistency.STEP 4/3 Collect the evidence and make the assessment decision Judge the evidence in terms of the dimensions of competency – task skills. recency.

This includes:  clear and constructive feedback on the assessment decision  information on ways of overcoming any identified gaps in competency revealed by the assessment  the opportunity to discuss the assessment process and outcome  information on reassessment process. STEP 5 Provide feedback on the assessment The assessor must provide candidate about the outcomes of the assessment process. if required  procedures inCACO claiming COC/NC 9 TESDA .

CARS)  Sign RWAC CACO 10 TESDA . accomplished Attendance Sheets. Admission Slips.STEP 6 Record and report the result The assessor shall:  Record the assessment outcome  Ensure Rating Sheets are signed by the candidate after providing feedback  Accomplish the CARS  maintain records of the assessment procedures. evidence collected and assessment outcome  Submit to CAC Manager assessment reports (Rating sheets.

Pointers… • All designed forms are completed in accordance with assessment system policies and guidelines • Attendance Sheet • Rating Sheets • Competency Assessment Results Summary (CARS) • Registry of Workers Assessed and Certified (RWAC) CACO 11 TESDA .

Pointers… • Recommendations for follow up action are indicated in the CARS and submitted to relevant people • Training to address/fill gaps • Reassessment in area/s with unsatisfactory performance • Issuance of COCs in area/s with satisfactory performance. when applicable CACO 12 TESDA .

STEP 5 Provide feedback on the assessment The assessor must provide candidate about the outcomes of the assessment process. if required  procedures in claiming COC/NC CACO 13 TESDA . This includes: clear and constructive feedback on the assessment decision  information on ways of overcoming any identified gaps in competency revealed by the assessment  the opportunity to discuss the assessment process and outcome  information on reassessment process.

accomplished Attendance Sheets. CARS)  Sign RWAC CACO 14 TESDA . Admission Slips.Step 6 Record and report the result The assessor shall:  Record the assessment outcome  Ensure Rating Sheets are signed by the candidate after providing feedback  Accomplish the CARS  Ensure accuracy of records of the assessment procedures. evidence collected and assessment outcome  Submit to CAC Manager assessment reports (Rating sheets.

Competency Assessment Results Summary (CARS) 10. Specific Instruction to the Candidate 7. Assessors Guide 6.Documents 1. Self-Assessment Guide 3. Answer Sheet 9. Rating Sheets 8. Registry of Workers Assessed and Certified (RWAC) CACO 15 TESDA . Application Form 2. Admission Slip 5. Attendance Sheet 4.