HLTWHS300A Contribute to WHS Processes
Questions and Answers
Assessment instruction to students- Question and Answers
Submit the completed assessment along with the assessment outcome cover sheet. Enter your response to each question in the space provided. You can use additional A4 size white papers if the space given is inadequate. These additional pages should be attached to the back of the question booklet clearly identifying the question number of this response. To achieve satisfactory outcome for this assessment task, the student should attempt and answer all questions in the assessment task. Written assessment tasks should be typed or written clearly. Answers should be typed in Calibri (Body), double spaced, and written in 12-point font size. Do not e-mail or hand in the assignments to any trainer/assessor directly. Please keep a copy of the completed task for your reference. Please do not put papers into folders or plastic sleeves. After evaluation, the written paper will be uploaded in the student hub. If you are not satisfied with the assessment process please contact the course coordinator for further proceedings. Once completed, this document will be kept at IHNA as part of the evidence of your underpinning knowledge and competency as it may also be required for the auditing process.
Students are required to refer to the additional resources available in student hub or on campus as required; for e.g sample work place policies and procedures, forms etc. Please liaise with trainers/assessors if you require assistance to sources these resources.
Assignment Extension Application Form needs to be completed by the student requesting extension to assessment submission. An extension will only be granted by the Course Coordinator for one week on receipt of application with supporting documents of extenuating circumstances. The Assignment Extension Application Form needs to be submitted minimum three working days prior to the assessment submission due date. Failure to submit an assignment by the agreed deadline will result in a ‘Not Satisfactory’ outcome for the assessment considering it as the first chance to submit the assessment. The late submissions will be regarded as second chance to submit the assessments.
Students are required to submit their own work for assessment. The presentation of someone else’s work, words or ideas as one’s own is plagiarism and therefore unacceptable. Cheating and collusion are also not acceptable.
At the end of each task, the student’s progress will be marked by the assessor as ‘satisfactory’ or ‘not satisfactory’. The assessments will be evaluated based on the marking guides provided to the assessors for each assessment item. The feedback on assessment will be given back to the students in two weeks’ time after submission of the assessment. If the students receive an outcome ‘not satisfactory’, they will be allowed to repeat the assessment task after specific reading activities. Students who are marked ‘not satisfactory’ on a second attempt will be subject to IHNA’s intervention strategy.
Refer to the Delivery and Assessment Guidelines for the Students for detailed assessment instructions.
Version: 2.2 HLTWHS300A –Q&A Page 2 of 17
Date: February 2016
To be completed by the student
Course Code and Title:
Student Name: Student ID:
? First Attempt Date: ? Second Attempt Date
I declare that the evidence provided herewith is my own work and that I did not
Declaration: cheat or plagiarise.
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