HLTAID003 Provide First Aid Training and Assessment Resource

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HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

Assessment Resource

Master Assessment Tool: Technical Specifications

SISFFIT001 The HLTAID003 Master Assessment Tool consists of three (3) Assessment Tasks that are mapped to the unit of competence.

The Assessment Tasks are:

  1. Assessment Task 1: Practical Observation (CPR)
  2. Assessment Task 2: Practical Observation (First Aid)
  3. Assessment Task 3: Written Assessment

 

All our Master Assessment Tool contain the following features:

Assessment title page Assessment summary page
Unit summary information General assessor instructions* (NOTE 1)
Assessment result cover sheet – Individual unit result sheet General student assessment information** (NOTE 2)
Detailed student instructions for each assessment task Detailed assessor instructions for each assessment task
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*NOTE 1: These instructions provide your assessor with an overview of the assessment and with information on what to do before the assessment, rules for conducting the assessment, rules for making the assessment decision, and what to do after the assessment. This section also provides your assessor with familiarity on the assessment tool by providing them with information on how and why our documents are color coded, and electronic file naming rules for creating student and assessor versions of this assessment. This section also provides your assessor with a support contact from your RTO.

**NOTE 2: This information provides the student with the overview of the assessment, conditions of the assessment, reasons why an assessor would stop an assessment, referencing rules for the student to follow, information on the reasonable adjustment that can be made by the assessor, and information on late submissions.

Scroll down and click on the assessment task links below to view the technical specifications of each assessment task

ASSESSMENT TASK 1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Assessment Task One: Technical Summary

For this assessment task, your students will be observed undertaking role-plays that define an emergency CPR situation where care for the victim is required.

Assessment TASK 1 contains:

Information
Student instructions available YES
Assessor instructions available YES

Assessment method and environment:

This assessment task has been designed for:

In-class as a Practical Assessment

Anticipated assessment duration 20 minutes
Number of questions N/A
Types of questions N/A
Types of project(s) N/A
Observation checklist available YES
Third party supervisor instructions available N/A
iPad application available NO, coming in 2017
Moodle quiz available N/A
Moodle hosting available YES, Contact Us
Assessment TASK student result's record sheet YES
Learner and assessor declarations YES

 

ASSESSMENT TASK 2: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Assessment Task 2: Technical Specifications

For this assessment task, your students will be observed undertaking seven (7) different role-plays that define an emergency first aid situations.

Assessment TASK 2 contains:

Information
Student instructions available YES
Assessor instructions available YES

Assessment method and environment:

This assessment task has been designed for:

In-class as a Practical Assessment

Anticipated assessment duration 25 minutes
Number of questions N/A
Types of questions N/A
Types of project(s) N/A
Observation checklist available YES
Third party supervisor instructions available N/A
iPad application available NO, coming in 2017
Moodle quiz available N/A
Moodle hosting available YES, Contact Us
Assessment TASK student result's record sheet YES
Learner and assessor declarations YES

 

ASSESSMENT TASK 3: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

For this assessment task, your students will be required to answer a few questions based on the first aid topic. This assessment task has been designed in two different formats.

FORMAT ONE)

Format one is the traditional method of delivery which provides the student class time to complete the required questions. This generally lends itself to a two-day course.

FORMAT TWO)

Format two is considered a Blended Delivery approach were the questions are segmented. Your students will answer approximately 31 questions in class and the remaining questions in their personal study time. This approach generally lends itself to a one-day express course format.

 

Assessment Task 3: Technical Specifications

Assessment TASK 3 contains:

Information
Student instructions available YES
Assessor instructions available YES

Assessment method and environment:

This assessment task has been designed for:

In-class as a Written Assessment – two-day course approach OR;

Written Project completed in personal study – one-day approach

Anticipated assessment duration 4 to 8 hours
Number of questions 91
Types of questions Short Answer, Multiple Choice, Word Match
Types of project(s) N/A
Observation checklist available N/A
Third party supervisor instructions available N/A
iPad application available NO
Moodle quiz available YES, Contact Us
Moodle hosting available YES, Contact Us
Assessment TASK student result's record sheet YES
Learner and assessor declarations YES

 

 

 

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