PSP Public Sector Training Package

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Neil Ray 09.08.2017

"Nice summary Michelle however manner is picked up in Point 5 "other depicting signs used to:" Then the 'how' is required. Then further down, second last point: "for actor and undergoer" Who uses that word? If "actor" is being used then we should also use "patient" - this refers to the person receiving the act of the verb. My biggest concern however relates more to the idea that no rubric is being implemented. I believe that even in a competency based system the concept of a rubric can be used in order to show where on the continuum of learning a learner is and how they are progressing. I have always like the graduations of "emerging" "consolidating" etc. This shows that not only is the skill being demonstrated it can also show how often this skill is evident."

Auslan Components Draft 1

PSPLAN001 Converse in Auslan at a basic user level_Draft 1 June 2017

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Neil Ray 09.08.2017

"I agree with Michelle. Also the subjective terms "slowly" and "clearly" should be avoided. How would these terms be defined anyway? "

Auslan Components Draft 1

PSPLAN001 Converse in Auslan at a basic user level_Draft 1 June 2017

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Paul Bartlett 08.08.2017

"although this is an Auslan language qualification the ability to use English at an equivalent level is required, in order to meet the reading and writing components of the assessments"

Auslan Components Draft 1

PSP20217_Certificate II in Auslan_Draft 1 June 2017

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The PSP Public Sector Training Package contains qualifications relating to a range of job roles in the public sector.

Qualifications within this package include those providing skills for people working in the public service in the areas of procurement & contracting, court operations, translating & interpreting, government security, fraud control, compliance, government investigations and heavy vehicle road compliance, to name a few. 

There is a range of qualifications in this package from Certificate II through to Graduate Certificate, as well as Skill Sets covering a variety of specific skill areas. These may be completed independently, or supplementary to a qualification to provide a definitive set of skills in a particular area or job role. Skill sets cover areas including procurement, government investigations, radiation safety and more. 

Components of the PSP Public Sector Training Package will be reviewed from time to time, generally according to the schedule outlined in the Industry Skills Forecast relevant to this training package. You can view and download the Industry Skills Forecast that relates to the PSP Public Sector Training Package by visiting our Public Sector Industry Reference Committee page. 

Projects that are currently open for feedback are listed below. We look forward to your involvement and receiving your input. For detailed instructions on how to submit your feedback, CLICK HERE.  

CLICK HERE to view and access a full list of the PSP Public Sector Training Package qualifications. 

Projects Open for Feedback

There are currently no open projects in this training package.

Projects Closed for Feedback

Auslan Components Draft 1

Feedback closed 07.08.2017

Existing accredited courses in Auslan which expire on 31 December 2017 are being re-developed as national qualifications and units of competency to sit within the PSP Public Sector Training package. 

Completion of the development of training package products and submission to the AISC for endorsement is expected to be November 2017.

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