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The course provides teams of educators with shared knowledge and understanding of contemporary research in assessment and the practical application of this research in their current teaching practice. Participants engage as critical and reflective thinkers as they develop their capacity to construct, analyse, and evaluate current and future assessment practices.
The AES course comprises five modules, each intended to develop and improve a different skill set, which combine to form the basis of valid and reliable assessment practice.
Each module provides eight hours of professional learning; six hours of face-to-face professional learning presented by our experienced and qualified Prescient team members, and two hours of supporting activities to consolidate learning.
Modules may be undertaken individually, or as a comprehensive course.
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AITSL & TRB requirements
Each module is referenced to the AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. The modules meet the requirements for accumulation of standards referenced professional learning hours required by teacher registration boards (TRB).
If you are looking to strengthen your expertise in assessment knowledge and practice, you may be interested in undertaking our Certified Educational Assessors course, which provides the opportunity to develop evidence that could be used to meet the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at the Highly Accomplished or Lead Teacher career stages.
If you are looking for something more tailored, please see our Consultancy page.