Students are expected to traverse through the training information within a maximum 1 week bracket (leaving the remaining 1 week for completing the assessment tasks).
MED9103827 This unit of competency is offered in the qualifications: • Pre-med science (MED5118352)
Ensure students are able to demonstrate competency to biology. Learning is for life long learning, upgrading qualifications (for career progression), and gain employment.
Persons who need flexibility, as are engaged in full or part-time employment, or have other scheduled commitments (significant work/family commitments), or just cannot attend traditional classrooms (due to remote area, travel, illness, physically disabled, enrol in subject not offered by regular school).
Virtual MR. SHUM'S CLASSROOM classroom
In order to assess competency (or not yet competency), there is no distinction between formative and summative assessments. All assessments must be satisfactory. These assessments include a combination of in-class quizzes, in-line activities, simulation exercise and roll play, written knowledge based answers, filling out of RPL forms, e-portfolio of relevant evidence (e.g. work samples, testimonial/reports by supervisors, interview transcripts), Skype videoing of direct observation.
Compliance with elements/performance criteria, required skills and knowledge, in accordance with the evidence guide, as demonstrated through written prose, and attached evidence.
Special ed arrangements
Persons with physical disability, are able to work from home, making transport non-problematic. Visually impaired persons are able to use computer software to read pages aloud. Hearing impaired persons are able to read pages on screen. Olfactory and gustatory impairment is non-problematic as smell is not a major component of training; nor touch for somatosensory; or balance for balance. Intellectual disabled persons are able to extend deadlines unlimitlessly, until they are capable; as well as interweaved story lines; and color coding. Mental health persons are able to disengage from the classroom for any period of time. Developmental disability is non-problematic.
Students are encouraged to complete units within a maximum 4 week bracket (though we recommend a shorter period for those who are capable).
At end of semester, staff will report back to the HoS to determine benchmarking of the materials as well as the assessment against other training organizations, and student cohort.
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