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Published on June 24, 2007

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ICA20105 – 2007Certificate II in Information Technology :  ICA20105 – 2007 Certificate II in Information Technology Information for Coordinators Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Quick linksClick on the individual links below to go directly to the information on that slide. You can then come back to this page by clicking on Back to Links which appears on slides.To go through this slideshow step-by-step left-click on your mouse or press page down.:  Quick links Click on the individual links below to go directly to the information on that slide. You can then come back to this page by clicking on Back to Links which appears on slides. To go through this slideshow step-by-step left-click on your mouse or press page down. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Induction:  Induction An information kit is supplied to all OACs that commence work in this program. This PowerPoint presentation will answer many of your questions. Before offering this course you must phone Tony Hainsworth of TAFE Burnie IT to complete your induction. Tony can be contacted on 6434 5702. Tracy Riley from the Burnie IT admin area can be contacted on 6434 5872. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 An overview …:  An overview … The course is offered in partnership with TAFE Tasmania and Tasmanian Communities Online. This course would be of interest to all Centres who: would like to provide accredited training for their volunteers would like to offer further training to eLearn clients or who usually enrol Work for Dole participants in Cert II There are two ways clients or volunteers can do the course: By studying independently over the Internet. As a volunteer working in their local Online Access Centre getting help and guidance from the coordinator. This presentation concentrates on option two unless stated otherwise. The next slide describes these options more fully. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Do you have the pre-requisite Operate a personal computer?:  Do you have the pre-requisite Operate a personal computer? Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Course options:  Course options Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Features and benefits:  Features and benefits Online Access Centres get paid. Online Access Centre volunteers receive consistent training. By undertaking volunteering duties, people are working towards a nationally recognised qualification. Start and end dates for study are flexible. Watsonia training manuals are printed for Online Access Centres free of charge. Assessment can be provided by qualified Online Access Centre Coordinators and/or volunteers OR by TAFE. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Qualifications you need …:  Qualifications you need … Trainers must have A high level of computer competence Plus a minimum of Train Small Groups ???? AND are mentored by a qualified trainer and assessor??? Trainers undertaking training and assessment must have Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or be working towards gaining this accreditation AQF AUDIT REQUIREMENT: All Online Access Centre trainers and assessors involved in training delivery must provide full and complete current résumés, together with copies of all qualifications, to Tasmanian Communities Online. These must be updated and emailed to John Tucker in February each year. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Don’t have all the qualifications?:  Don’t have all the qualifications? If your Centre doesn’t have a suitably qualified assessor it’s still possible to enrol and support students. The coordinator must prove enrolment and activity towards gaining the required qualifications. This must be discussed with John Tucker of the TCO - CSU prior to any enrolments being taken. Students would enrol through the OAC as described later but all assignments would be uploaded to TAFE via the Moodle website to be assessed by a TAFE teacher. The Centre would still assess the student for the volunteer competencies through an 'auspiced' process (that is, the volunteer competency checklist would need to be counter-signed by a TAFE assessor). The Centre would only be paid for assessment of the volunteer competencies and for any support given. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Role of the OAC coordinator/trainer:  Role of the OAC coordinator/trainer Administrative Tasks Advertise course and recruit students Provide, on request, information relating to students to TAFE Respond to email or phone contact received from TAFE within two (2) working days Encourage students to complete post-course feedback forms Enrol students as volunteers if applicable Keep student/volunteer attendance records noting activity per enrolled units. Provide assessment of competencies, as covered by volunteering duties and other set tasks, to TAFE. Retain evidence of student achievements and send to the Burnie TAFE school of IT, upon course completion. Supporting Students Assist students to enrol and complete pre-course surveys Provide information to students on what OAC support is given throughout the course Arrange for students to collect manuals provided by TAFE Explain to potential students the different options for undertaking the course Provide student induction to the TAFE site as necessary Undertake Volunteer Induction as per recommendations from the TCO Volunteer Induction Manual. Provide 1to 1 assistance and group support for students as required Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Enrolment:  Enrolment By not over-enrolling, more clients can participate. Volunteer Competency enrolments should be in either of the systems admin or workplace interaction streams. Only enrol clients in as many competencies that they can reasonably be expected to complete in about 90 days. It is recommended that two (2) only Software Competencies be undertaken in any single enrolment. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Enrolment process and forms:  Enrolment process and forms Pre-enrolment checklist Tick sheet Copy the tick sheet and indicate on the copy who is doing the assessment. Mark T for TAFE or an O for OAC in the class group column. Then return both copies to TAFE. Grey enrolment form Sponsor Authorisation Form If OAC is sponsoring Return these forms with payment and with a photocopy of any concession card held. Sponsored enrolments do not need payment on enrolment. Once the forms are received and accurately completed they are entered onto the TAFE enrolment system. Students will then receive: Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Certificate II in Information Technology:  Certificate II in Information Technology This is a full list of the competencies available to OAC students. Others are available to TAFE 'Online' students. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Certificate II in Information Technology:  Certificate II in Information Technology Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Cost to students:  Cost to students Costs vary between competencies and concessions are available for those with a current Centrelink concession card. Approximate full fees $580 Approximate concession fees $190 Detailed costs of individual competencies are shown on the next slide. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Cost to students:  Cost to students Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Competencies for volunteers:  Competencies for volunteers These competencies were selected as being the nearest to the work undertaken by OAC volunteers. Qualified OAC coordinators are provided with a checklist to sign off these units as the tasks are completed. A manual is provided for Follow Workplace Safety Procedures. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Transition arrangementsCore subjects:  Transition arrangements Core subjects Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Transition arrangementsElective subjects:  Transition arrangements Elective subjects Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Software Competencies:  Software Competencies A learning guide or manual is provided for each of these units. Record books are also provided for each of these units. The record books contain practice exercises that will assist with learning and provide evidence of student activity. It’s recommended that learners complete the entire manual from beginning to end and work through each of the practice exercises before undertaking the assessment. Some people may come with prior knowledge and may request assessment before completing a training manual. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Student support:  Student support Online Access Centre students have the same rights, responsibilities and benefits that TAFE face-to-face students have. Details of these rights and benefits are found in the TAFE student diary which is supplied on enrolment. For example, a student ID card may provide some people with discounts and concessions. Online Access Centre coordinators should follow the recommendations in their OAC Service Agreement, Schedule 12, for supporting students. These are … Ensure students have the prerequisite computer skills to undertake the course Create Learning Communities including by: – encouraging a social environment amongst students in the Centre – scheduling regular 'whole of Centre' sessions dedicated to study – facilitating study circles for course support and lifelong learning discussion – arranging face to face 'teaching' sessions where appropriate Monitor student progress to ensure course timelines are met Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Assessments with Moodle:  Assessments with Moodle An electronic copy of assessments are available on the OAC DVD-ROM or can be downloaded from the Moodle server at TAFE. If an assessment is to be conducted by TAFE then it should be uploaded to the Moodle online learning management website. Anything uploaded to Moodle is seen and then assessed by a TAFE teacher. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Your results online:  Your results online Students can view their results online shortly after submitting a assessment return to TAFE. The web link is http://www.tafe.tas.edu.au/students/index.htm Then click on the Student Results link. A log in screen is presented that asks for a Student ID and password. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Quality assurance (AQF):  Quality assurance (AQF) TAFE and the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) require that Online Access Centres keep a copy (or the original) of all work submitted by their students. When a student has passed one or more modules you must send the copies of the work to TAFE, Burnie IT department. Your OAC may be randomly audited by TAFE to ensure there has been provable activity for any unit a student may be enrolled in. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Record keeping:  Record keeping You must keep a record of any student attending your OAC for the purpose of studying for their Certificate 2. This includes volunteering hours and which competency is being undertaken at that time. Your booking system could demonstrate that someone has attended for study purposes, if not you may need to devise a separate attendance record. Here’s a sample booking sheet showing the details needed. Student Competency Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 $$$ How centres are paid:  $$$ How centres are paid Blank student results forms are available from Tracy Riley at the Burnie IT department office or on the OAC DVD-ROM. Advise TAFE when a student has provable activity, is assessed or in some cases when the student will not complete. Final assessments results must be provided to TAFE to ensure payment for your Centre. Based on advice from TAFE, TCO-CSU charge TAFE for OAC study and assessment services. TCO then direct deposits payment for your centre. Depending upon when results are received, payments are made three times per year in June, September and December. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Pricing – what centres get paid for:  Pricing – what centres get paid for OACs get paid for enrolling and supporting students with further amounts being allocated for assessing students. Payments vary between competencies. The list of competencies with payment amounts is shown on the next slide. A typical full enrolment that is assessed by the OAC would result in payment of approx. $600 to your centre. Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Centre payment details:  Centre payment details Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 What’s on the support DVD:  What’s on the support DVD Assessments Induction Recognition of Prior Learning proformas Student Progress and Results form Watsonia manuals and student files Trainee record books Volunteer checklist Virtual Personal Computer – (VMware) Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Key contacts:  Key contacts TAFE Administration – Tracy Riley [email protected] Phone 6434 5872 Fax 6434 5858 TAFE Coordinator – Tony Hainsworth [email protected] Phone 6434 5702 Online Access Centre Facilitator – John Tucker [email protected] Phone 0418 394 509 Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007 Some key points …:  Some key points … Students can enrol at any time Payments are based on assessments submitted by Centres Assessments are available on the OAC DVDROM Volunteer competencies are grouped into two streams Moodle is the online learning platform not WebCT Record books with practice exercises are provided for most of the software competencies MS Access database is not required?? Student diary has been replaced with an information booklet Ver 2.2, 2 Mar 2007

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