Competency outcomes tracking

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  • Tom Clark

    Hi Julie, not sure if you’ve looked into setting assessments from the class. This can show the students assessments and whether they’ve been marked satisfactory. See screenshot in below URL. Hope that’s what you are after.

    https://ibb.co/wB5VTc3

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  • Julie Agnew

    Hi Tom

    Thankyou, do we need to be using Turbo to access this function?

    Thanks

    Julie

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  • Tom Clark

    No, we have standard and use it. Can also be used to get students to submit assessments via the learner portal via standard as well.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

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  • Julie Agnew

    Hi Tom

    Could you point me in the right direction so I can see how it works?

    Thanks

    Julie

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  • Tom Clark

    Hi Julie,

    To setup initially, you need to set up assessments against at a unit of competency level. Locate the UoC and edit to and you will see the assessments section bit over halfway down. You can name the assessments as you wish:

    Navigate to the class, update and scroll down to the relevant unit. You will see the assessments, tick the check box and put in a date in the results released field (required). This will add the assessment to all students in the class Note: training program is the name we've assigned to classes, hence the wording in the screenshot.

    Now against each student's enrolment you will see an icon for it. You can also see it in bulk via the class screen (Bulk Actions > Bulk Mark Assessments).

    When an assessment is marked, the icon updates to a tick if satisfactory or cross if non-satisfactory. You will still have to manually update the outcome from N.R to CA or C.

    The other benefit is by setting assessments, the "mode" you set can be used to populate delivery modes on a training plan.

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  • Julie Agnew

    Hi Tom

    Thanks for your response, this is most helpful

    Regards

    Julie

     

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