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New Models for Skills Assessment: A provider perspective Coralie Morrissey Victoria University 1 The VETASSESS Consortium is the gazetted assessing authority of the new trade skills assessments Members
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New Models for Skills Assessment: A provider perspective Coralie Morrissey Victoria University 1 The VETASSESS Consortium is the gazetted assessing authority of the new trade skills assessments Members include Box Hill TAFE Overseas Trade Skills Assessment Central Gippsland TAFE Kangan Batman TAFE Victoria University Education Training International WA Swan TAFE, Great Southern TAFE and South West Regional College 2 1 Overseas Trade Skills Assessment Neville Penny Senior Program Manager Construction Industries Victoria University 3 Overseas Trade Skills Assessment In 2006 the Council of Australian Governments approved a new approach to skills recognition to deal with skill shortages. From 1 st September 2007 new arrangements for applicants intending to migrate to Australia began. 4 2 Overseas Trade Skills Assessment The VETASSESS Consortium is the gazetted assessing authority of the new trade skills assessments Members include Box Hill TAFE Central Gippsland TAFE Kangan Batman TAFE Victoria University South West Regional College Swan TAFE Great Southern TAFE Education Training International WA 5 Trade Occupations General electrician General plumber Refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanic Motor mechanic Cable joiner Carpenter Joiner Electrical powerline tradesperson Bricklayer Motor Mechanics 6 3 How does the assessment process work? The trade skills assessment involves an assessment of your skills obtained through formal and nonformal learning and work experience against the Australian standards. You are required to submit evidence of your skills and to demonstrate these in a practical assessment. The assessment is in two compulsory stages: a competency profile (paper based) assessment a practical skills assessment. 7 How does the assessment process work? Step 1 Information & self-assessment tool Provision of information (web site, telephone, enquiry service) Print-based or online application Self-assessment tool 8 4 How does the assessment process work? Step 2 Competency Profile (Paper-based) assessment Evidence review process Training - qualifications / training certificates Work experience Other - licenses / industry recognition Determine technical interview 9 How does the assessment process work? Step 3 Practical Skills assessment Technical interview (oral / written) Practical skills assessment challenge test simulated activities 10 5 How does the assessment process work? Outcome Assessment letter for migration Offshore Technical Skills Record (licensed trades) Qualification (non-licensed trades) 19 Overseas Trade Skills Assessment Questions Redesigning Furniture Studies In 2007 Furniture Studies were successful in obtaining TLS funding Skill sets were developed that would be project based 21 Design Brief Process Research Planning Design Approval Working drawings Construction Finishing 2008 Delivery Thinking for themselves Enthusiasm Getting through faster Ownership Teacher now giving classroom lessons 23 Trade Occupations General electrician General plumber Refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanic Motor mechanic Cable joiner Carpenter Joiner Electrical powerline tradesperson Bricklayer Motor Mechanics AUTOMOTIVE AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES IT AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGIES INDUSTRY SKILLS TRAINING 25 AUTOMOTIVE AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES IT AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGIES INDUSTRY SKILLS TRAINING HAYDN RAFORD AND TIM MALBERG SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES FACULTY OF TECHNICAL AND TRADES INNOVATION April 31 THEIR SIMILARITIES working with timber the hand tools the base skills the materials quality and precision job satisfaction THE CARPENTER builds the structure (domestic or commercial) works predominantly outside 33 THE JOINER builds the items to be fixed to the structure ie doors, windows, fitments works in a factory and installs the fitments THE CABINET MAKER makes what is housed in the structure ie kitchen cabinets, built-in furniture, furniture works in a factory and installs the cabinetry shop fitting and stair building 35 THE BRICKLAYER builds brick structures ie walls, arches, fencing, paths works predominantly outside does domestic and commercial work THE CARPENTER builder construction management building surveying self-employed trade teacher 37 THE JOINER builder self-employed trade teacher THE CABINET MAKER cabinet maker / designer factory management self-employed trade teacher 39 THE BRICKLAYER builder construction management self-employed trade teacher Carpentry Joinery Cabinet making Bricklaying APPRENTICE Domestic $250 - $600 Commercial $360 - $900 $250 - $554 $250 - $545 $280 - $540 QUALIFIED $1330 Domestic $750 Commercial $1000 $700 - $850 $ VCE VETiS Pre-apprenticeship Apprenticeship Qualified VCE VETiS Apprenticeship Qualified Pre-apprenticeship Apprenticeship Qualified Apprenticeship Qualified Pre-apprenticeship Duration 16 weeks Apprenticeship Duration 3.5 to 4 years 43 SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES FACULTY OF TECHNICAL AND TRADES INNOVATION VICTORIA UNIVERSITY PHONE CRICOS Provider No K Practical Skills Assessment Technical interview (oral / written) Practical skills assessment Challenge test Simulated activities 45 United Kingdom: Accrington, Glasgow, London, Blackburn India: Mumbai, Pune South Africa: Capetown Sri Lanka: Colombo Philippines: Manilla In country Assessments Getting Started Staff briefing Orientation Processes Getting there Getting started Getting back 47 United Kingdom Individual requirements College set up Equipment Technical Support Curriculum Communications In country qualifications/training Differences South Africa Challenges - security Cultural differences Existing training Terminology Communication barriers Facilities Equipment/materials Comparisons India/Sri Lanka Ability to assess in country Facilities Equipment/materials Cultural differences Lack of formal training Safety and security India/Sri Lanka/ Philippines 89 Why go? Benefits to staff Cultural experience Travel opportunity Build relationship Potential to grow/exchange ideas Offshore opportunities Gap training/pre-assessment training Future training Business building Expansion Countries Trades New partners Growth gap training Staffing Opportunities Debriefing for 1 st year Short term appointment Own venue What and where next? 91 Questions? Contact Details Coralie Morrissey Executive Director Faculty Technical & Trades Innovation Victoria University Thank you
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