Principles of Assessment Infographic

Our infographic succinctly presents the four core principles of assessment for RTOs: Validity, Reliability, Flexibility, and Fairness. These are critical for compliance within the Australian Vocational Education & Training space. These principles guarantee that assessments accurately measure learner competencies, maintain consistency across varying contexts, and adapt to diverse learner needs while ensuring equitable treatment for all.

This free downloadable PDF serves as an invaluable resource for RTO educators and staff, aiding in the design and execution of compliant assessment strategies. By adhering to these principles, as mandated by the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015, RTOs can significantly enhance the quality and integrity of their educational programs.

Be sure to check out our complete guide on RTO compliance to ensure you aren’t missing out on anything else critical to your organisation’s success.

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A free Principles of Assessment infographic for RTOs in the Australian VET industry. You can download the PDF to use in your own organisation.

The document breaks down the four principles of assessment for vocational education in Australia:

  • Fairness: Assessments must be equitable and free from bias.
  • Flexibility: Assessments must accommodate diverse learner needs.
  • Validity: Assessments must measure what they claim to measure.
  • Reliability: Assessments must be consistent and accurate across contexts.

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